Tag: photography

If it is shoved away in a draw - shame on you.

All it takes is a little bit of inspiration to make both your dildo and any other nestled away kinky items fit right in with your decor - as perfectly demonstrated by photographer Will Ablett in this new series of photographs for sex toy retailer Lovehoney.

It's only a matter of time until 50 Shades part deux comes our way London! With it will come another large sway of excitement when it comes to sex toys and everyone across the capital will start toying with the idea of butt plugs... mark our words. So why not get ahead of the game - instagram your desk space fully utilising nipple clips, share a picture of your latest Bake Off effort with a cheeky paddle in the background....be proud of your naughties!

For further inspiration here is Will Ablett's new set of photographs entitled Domesticated Sex Toys.

For the photographs, Lovehoney’s best-selling sex toys were placed in domestic settings, in a subtle and original set of images that would not look out of place in a high-end, glossy magazine.

Ballgag Tie Bathroom Vibrator Butt Plug Cactus Nipple Clips Spaddle

Will’s unique collection of photographs has earned him a place as a finalist in the TRAJECTORY Graduate showcase, taking place at theprintspace Gallery between 20 Oct – 2 November 2016. The highly competitive competition is to find the most talented photography graduates in the UK.

Will said, “This project is a visual response to the increase in sales seen by Lovehoney after the release of the official Fifty Shades of Grey Pleasure Collection. The images point to a growing popularity of sex toys and their place in people's homes and call to question our conception of sex toys, normality and day-to-day life.”

Helen Balmer, Brand & Marketing Director at Lovehoney said, “We were delighted to collaborate with Will and we’re thrilled that his work has started to achieve the recognition it deserves.”

To reserve tickets to TRAJECTORY and to view Domesticated Sex Toys please visit www.theprintspace.co.uk

TRAJECTORY 20 Oct – 2 November 2016

theprintspace, 74 Kingsland Rd London E2 8DL

tel: 0207 739 1060 - Nearest tube: Old Street - Opening times: 9am-7pm


We popped along to the launch of Tony Briggs new book, Your Own Soho last week at Blacks in Soho. Full to the bring of creatives inspired to save Soho from impending development and loss of deep rooted, long cultivated creativity.

A collaboration with fashion label Roux and Kastner & Partners the book aims to raise both money and awareness for the cause close to many creative Londoner's hearts, including our own.

Tony Briggs Your Own Soho is the product of a collaboration between iconic photographer Tony Briggs, menswear label Roux. and advertising agency Kastner & Partners in London (K&P). Captured during the spring and summer of 2015, this selection of images is a snapshot in time, showcasing the many, varied and unique faces and voices that make Soho one of the most fascinating and colourful corners of planet earth.

Tony was initially approached to shoot authentic Soho characters for Roux.’s Autumn/Winter 15 advertising campaign. But it soon became apparent that agency, brand and Tony all shared a common concern about the future of this fabulous square mile. As property developers make increasing inroads into the fabric of the area, will it still be the same in another five years? Can its spirit survive the onslaught? It was these concerns, with the backing of Roux., K&P and the support of so many Soho people, businesses and institutions, that brought Your Own Soho to life. ROUX_TonyBriggsBook_Spreads_AW.indd

Every penny of profit from sales goes towards the Save Soho campaign (savesoho.com) so ably led by Tim Arnold. And to raising awareness around what we stand to lose if we don’t stand together. ROUX_TonyBriggsBook_Spreads_AW.indd

www.tonybriggs.com | www.weareroux.com | www.kastnerandpartners.co.uk

have your portrait taken westfield fashion weekCalling all fashionistas, style mavens and trend eccentrics! On Saturday 12th September,Westfield will be teaming-up with renowned fashion photographer, Brendan Freeman, to host a one-day portraiture photographic studio to capture the individual style of Londoners, which will later appear in a pop-up exhibition.unnamed

To celebrate the launch of autumn/winter fashion, Westfield will be giving members of the public the unique opportunity to drop-in and be photographed by renowned photographer Brendan Freeman and receive a printed professional portrait.unnamed

Westfield will then bring all the portraits to life in a vibrant public exhibition celebrating individual style at Soho Square (2nd - 4th October). All those who took part will be invited to come along and see their photo beautifully exhibited.

At the pop-up studio, each sitter will chose a word or words that sum up their individual style which will feature in the shot. After being snapped by Brendan, participants will be given an ‘Individual Style’ goody bag, filled with fashion and beauty giveaways.

What’s more, model hopefuls will have the chance to be scouted by established casting agency, Models1. The agency will be onsite at the pop-up reviewing each portrait to sign any potential new talent to their books!

Myf Ryan, Westfield’s Marketing Director - UK & Europe, comments: “London is the epicentre of individual style. Walking through Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City, individuality is apparent through the vast fashion retail mix available and the varied style of our customers. With this in mind, we wanted to create a multi-dimensional campaign that our consumers could relate to by celebrating unique and distinctive style and we are really excited that renowned photographer Brendan Freeman will also capture 50 of faces of individual style in our pop up photographic studio. The portraits will go on display on the streets of London at Soho Square from 2 – 4 October. ”




The Little Black Gallery is proud to present


from 17 September - 31 October 2015

featuring the photographs of

Bruno Bisang

Bob Carlos Clarke

Corinne Day

Mike Figgis

Marco Glaviano

Patrick Lichfield

Roxanne Lowit

Alistair Taylor-Young

Vee Speers


The show includes more than 50 pictures by some of the world's greatest photographers of some of the most gorgeous girls - including Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Kate Moss, Stephanie Seymour, Irina Shayk, Dita Von Teese, and Rachel Weisz.

Picture: Kate Moss, 1990 © Corinne Day

The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, London SW10 0AJ
Tel: 020-7349 9332. www.thelittleblackgallery.com
Opening hours: Tuesday & Thursday 11am-1pm & 2-6pm,
Saturday 11am-4pm, or by appointment.


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This is Iris Della Roca's debut London solo show.

In 2009, photographer Iris Della Roca moved to Rio, Brazil and start living in the favela of Rocinha. There she worked for a NGO with kids and built a special bound with them.

As she considers photography a collaborative art, she began a project where the kids could express their unique personality and show who they really are, far from social membership and cliché. She asked the question: "How do you want to be seen by others?" 

Each child poses in their own way, some imagine themselves as movie stars, others as models of glamorous fashion magazines or fairytale characters.

Iris Della Roca, 29, works and lives between France and Brazil. She grew up on her dad's boat, moving from place to place giving her the joy of not being attached to anyone.  She chooses photography as her medium as it is connected to reality and permits interaction with  others. She needs to tell true stories, about people and their realities, seeking for hope and poetry, in everyone’s intimity.

Iris Della Roca is part of World Wide Women, a creative collective of female photographers and artists from around the world. World Wide Women represents the free, indomitable spirit of women in the world of art today.