There is really something special about the way photographer Alexander Straulino shoots a face. Be it zoomed in, cut up, or heavily dripping in paint, your everyday face turns into a bold, almost abstract statement through Alexander’s lens. IN THIS WAY, STRAULINO ANSWERS THE QUESTION WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL ON A HUMAN BEING OR WHAT MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL IN HIS VERY OWN, SO FAR UNSEEN WAY. —CITED FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S OWN BIOGRAPHY
Ulla Poulsen in the ballet Chopiniana by Gerda Wegener in 1927 || The Danish Girl tells the story of the painter Einar Wegener, who had the world’s first gender-reassignment surgery and became Lili Elbe. But his wife Gerda had a fascinating life and career of her own
Angie and David Bowie. This chick inspired Mick Jagger to write the popular Stones song named for her. As well as Eric Clapton's 'Bell Bottom Blues' She also married David Bowie. The envy of every rock groupie in the 70's.