Bela Borsodi

Monday 01st, July 2013 / 14:07
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We are obsessed with photographer Bela Borsodi. Born in Vienna 1966, studying graphic design and fine art, he moved to New York in 1992 to be a still life photographer. Some of his clients include New York Times Magazine, V Magazine, Vogue Nippon, Elle Italy, Glamour Italy, Wall Street Journal, Teen Vogue, Wired Magazine, Esquire, as well as Bloomingdales, Galeries Lafayette, Hermes, Lane Crawford, Puma, Rocawear, Nike, Uniqlo.

With his heavy hitting optical illusion trademark photo sets it is no wonder he remains in the spot light.
Check out this VLP Terrain Cover story where the still life objects in one photograph are so carefully arranged so as to create the illusion that there are 4 photographs VLP Terrain

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Since graduating from the Lasalle College fashion design program in 2010 Robyn has sought to ground herself within the fashion, styling and art communities. She has taken part in Art of Fashion for Nuit Blanche Toronto, and has established her label Eating Black Feathers. She is interested in collaborate art, and fashion shows, and pretty much anything else that allows her to push the boundaries of beauty, fashion, and experiences. Currently she is enrolled in French so she can communicate with the Francophone community she lives with.

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