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I decided to make a Fashion/design/art blog, after a longtime thinking about it, so why not! I have been searching for inspiration for my next photo shot and did a little research on well known photographers and found Annie Leibovitz and her older photos. 61 more words


Ad of the Day - September 10 (New York)

Your daily dose of advertising awesomeness from around the world!


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Today’s pick:

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  • Location: New York
  • Client: Corcoran (real estate company)
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Ad Of The Day

Annie Leibovitz: Life Through A Lens

One of the very first things that surprised me was how much name recognition Annie Leibovitz has as the opening introduction featured a number of well known faces (the two I recognized were Hillary Clinton and Whoopi Goldberg). 176 more words

Preach, Meryl, Preach!

I no longer have patience for certain things, not because I’ve become arrogant, but simply because I reached a point in my life where I do not want to waste more time with what displeases me or hurts me.

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Email in from Ireland’s Homes Interiors & living magazine to say:

Hi Ashley

I am sure you know we are approaching our 20th birthday and we are planning on dedicating a page to our contributors over the years, we would like to include you in this page, would you be able to supply me with a head shot of yourself and 50 words or so on working with the magazine.

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TBT: Michael Jackson’s 1989 Vanity Fair Cover - By Annie Leibovitz

Sources: Vanity Fair – By Sarah Schmidt | All Things Michael

Michael Jackson would have turned 56 this Friday. In celebration of his enduring legacy, we’re throwing it back to this iconic photograph by Annie Leibovitz that appeared on Vanity Fair’s December 1989 cover and introduced the 80s’ end-of-the-decade Hall of Fame. 66 more words

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Luxury outdoor brand Moncler has acquired the services of legendary photog Annie Leibovitz for their Fall/Winter 2014-15 ad campaign. Leibovitz was drawn to the iconic Chrysler building in New York and used the location to shoot key visuals for the campaign. 48 more words