Tuesday, January 04, 2011

shelter island the finale

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john took this magical picture. i had perfect lighting coming from above, hitting my hair and shoulder, very julia roberts in eat pray love
flys
slip on sneakers covered with flies by the japanese cult street brand PHENOMENON, eww
piglet
after the directional shoot with hair extensions and stuff, things began to get spooky and went another direction
wicked witch
the wicked witch of the west emerged! and john here was not sacred, he's just happy to see her
grey garden
our version of the grey gardens. and i think it's fumi who took this, capturing the candid moment
ball
the boys turned goth! and i was like, stephan just didn't look right with all the guy-liners and black nails -_-"
fumi headpiece
fumi created this spikey headpiece. he also makes leather totes, cooks curry with beer and freaks the hell out when fisher told him to share the same bed with me
sebas fire
after a hard days work we had a bonfire at fisher's backyard, there were stars in the night skies, pizzas, and many cigarettes
halo
this is when stephan started to get tired and had to lay down. he was the first to show up on time but he's also the one who didn't sleep at all the night before
smores
roasting marsh mellows and making smores under the stars. ahh little things that make life beautiful

7 comments :

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Happy New Year!

BJ Pascual said...

LOL @ eat pray love lighting!!! The light on the hair and shoulder was the only thing I could see throughout the whole movie lol

Anyway, I really enjoyed the shelter island series! Super funny and charming especially with the graphics!

Happy new year!

jordon said...

smores. another we could grow up together essential

liyana said...

your sneakers that covered with flies was awesome & unique..heart them :)

happy new year!

TheBlueEyedBoy said...

What an atmosphere ! Nice shoot !

Label Deficiency said...

I want those Phehomenon sneakers! do you know how I can get a hold of a pair?

alisonmarieisbell@gmail.com said...

How can one get in touch with Fumi about using his pieces in an editorial?!