LASTLOOK Team

4 articles written by LASTLOOK Team
Catinca Tabacaru


1. “I felt like I’d added a bit of magic to the world.” – Catinca Tabacaru, Art dealer and owner of the CATINCA TABACARU GALLERY

 

Wendy McNett, photo by Michael Williams


2. “… like minded people can expand your work in new directions” – Wendy McNett, Freelance Fashion Stylist

 

Sarah Barclay in Australia


3. “The director miraculously extracted performances from cats…” – Sarah Barclay, Executive Creative Director at Ad Agency JWT

 

Pieces from the "It Begins on Paper" inaugural show at CATINCA TABACARU Gallery


4. “I would love to build a prison with Gaudi… for so many reasons.” – Catinca Tabacaru, Art dealer and owner of the CATINCA TABACARU GALLERY

 

Chromat Dance story for Imagista featuring Eila Valls, photo by Carlos Serrao


5. “… there’s something about her beauty that is natural and uncultivated.” – Wendy McNett, Freelance Fashion Stylist

1. "I do think that everything can be inspiring, what I think is more important is to be inspired. There is a big difference." – Antoaneta Metchanova

 

1. “I do think that everything can be inspiring, what I think is more important is to be inspired. There is a big difference.” – Antoaneta Metchanova, Global Créative Director at Publicis 133 Lux

 

 

2.Just to see a McQueen show was worth all my years of styling. It was like “This is why I do what I do,” and my stories for the season were always, on some level, inspired by his clothes, because I wanted to make sure i could use his clothes in my stories." – Christine de Lassus

 

2. “Just to see a McQueen show was worth all my years of styling. It was like “This is why I do what I do,” and my stories for the season were always, on some level, inspired by his clothes, because I wanted to make sure i could use his clothes in my stories.” – Christine de Lassus, Fashion Stylist

 

3. "...I find with experience, it all accumulates and rattles around in the depth of my brain." – Daniela Federici

3. “…I find with experience, it all accumulates and rattles around in the depth of my brain.” – Daniela Federici, Photographer and Director

 

4. "It all starts with a doodle." – Antoaneta Metchanova

4. “It all starts with a doodle.” – Antoaneta Metchanova, Global Créative Director at Publicis 133 Lux

 

5. "I was always fighting for freedom, [the] freedom to express yourself through fashion, more than for fashion itself." – Christine de Lassus, Fashion Stylist

5. “I was always fighting for freedom, [the] freedom to express yourself through fashion, more than for fashion itself.” – Christine de Lassus, Fashion Stylist

Studio_Zung_TommyZung

1. “[I] needed to live life in order to have substance and authenticity behind the design” – Tommy Zung

 

 

2. “It doesn’t take a lot of people to create something amazing. It can take one or four people who are really driven and like minded to create something that has amazing meaning and value to millions of people in the world.” – Ji Lee

2. “It doesn’t take a lot of people to create something amazing. It can take one or four people who are really driven and like minded to create something that has amazing meaning and value to millions of people in the world.” – Ji Lee

3. “Ideas come more freely when I’m in open air. Designing has less limitations without the constrictions and distractions of the city.” – Lynne Hiriak photo by Trevor Smith

3. “Ideas come more freely when I’m in open air. Designing has less limitations without the constrictions and distractions of the city.” – Lynne Hiriak

photo by Trevor Smith

 

 

4. “I think at this point with the world being flat, or smaller, or however you want to say it, there’s not seven degrees of separation any more. There’s two, there’s three. There’s more connectedness within the world. There’s a knowledge of what’s happening.” – Tommy Zung

4. “I think at this point with the world being flat, or smaller, or however you want to say it, there’s not seven degrees of separation any more. There’s two, there’s three. There’s more connectedness within the world. There’s a knowledge of what’s happening.” – Tommy Zung

 

5.  "... the main producer is usually involved in a project from inception to release, and the job involves overseeing all aspects of the process. You could compare it to putting a jigsaw puzzle together." – Richard Brown

5.  “… the main producer is usually involved in a project from inception to release, and the job involves overseeing all aspects of the process. You could compare it to putting a jigsaw puzzle together.” – Richard Brown

Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, photo by Blossom Berkofsky

1. “The ideas are never too big, the budgets are too small.”
Justin Lowe

photo by Blossom Berkofsky

 

Laura Albert, Photo by  Laura Chivet

2. “Art is the opportunity to change the way you think, which means you can never be fooled…”
Laura Albert

photo by Laura Chivet

 

Diane Pernet at ASVOFF6 Tokyo

3. “I champion creativity. That is what interests me most.”
Diane Pernet

 

 

Black Acid co op - 2009

4. “We want it to have the quality of the uncanny. You know it but it’s different – like traveling through a foreign country might be.”
Jonah Freeman

 

 

Sebastien Leon, photo by Thomas Derain

5. “Most of the time I feel as if I donʼt control my work as much as I channel it, so I welcome accidents, limitations and explorations.”
- Sebastien Leon

photo by Thomas Derain