We already talked about Bryan Adams and his non-singing talents behind the camera. And here I am at it again, praising the eye and the sensitivity of Bryan Adams, the photographer!
Anne Vyalitsyna is the oh-so-beautiful covergirl of Dutch Zoo magazine, for their Spring Summer 2013 38th issue (which also has a second cover, see it after the jump!). A gorgeous black and white image (Anne is wearing Dior) that goes way beyond the usual blunt fashion-stare we’re treated with from countless fashion magazines covers every month. Anne V. is great modeling material and we’ve seen her doing haute fashion before – the girl really has it!
This time, however, I really do think it’s the photographer’s merit: Bryan Adams has his portrait suit on and he’s wearing it well! And how about Dizee Rascal’s Zoo cover? As striking as is it a perfectly balanced photo moment, I’d really like to know more about this cover and associated cover story! Not that Anne V’s pictorial wouldn’t interest me, but this second one – it intrigues me!
A Dutch magazine? A crown? No 38 already? Huh? I must take note then! I never ever have noticed this magazine?
OMG, I have to check this out in my “wanna-have-could-not-resist-bookstore”…..
I find Bryan Adams almost a better photographer than a singer. I like his work. I like this photos.
I don’t even know, Appollonia: here’s what I found under their ‘Contact’ field:
Rozengracht 207-213, 3rd floor
1016 LZ Amsterdam
… I initially thought it was German made, but then I read their ‘contact’ and this is what I came up with…
I googled ZOO Magazine. Found their website. It’s in English. But then I browsed to Facebook. And found this and the info:
“ZOO Magazine is a globally-oriented quarterly style title for women and men, focusing on German/English readers. ZOO is an inspirational platform that targets fashion and everything to do with it, such as music, cinema, art, interior design and architecture. The intelligent and cutting-edge approach of Zoo sets the magazine apart from the mainstream, highlighting avant-gardist personalities and themes in an extraordinary, eccentric way.”
GERMANY in capitals? See the upper left corner of the covers. No wonder you thought it was German. But probably based in Amsterdam? More tax friendly in the “united EU”.?
To be honest since the internet I am less and less interested in magazines as I have been. It’s so much of the same, same….too bad. But cheaper. Because I’d use to spent a lot of money on magazines and news papers. Going to check this one out for anyway. :)
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