French person: *speaks only in french*
Swedish commentator: “I don’t know what she is saying but I know she is exactly as tall as the eiffel tower”
Graham Norton: She speaks very good French. She must have taken a night course.
Andy Julia (b.1982, France)
Andy Julia is a french freelance artist photographer based in Montmartre, Paris. He began studying photography at 17 years old, after studying painting, drawing and art history at “L’école des Beaux Arts” of Toulouse in France. Following a technical, audiovisual photography internship, he began working as an assistant at the Daylight Studios in Paris, often working with Willy Vanderpeere. The more minds wander, the best universes connect. Following this idea, Andy drives his different projects in combining all his influences drifted from the practicing of photography painting and music to the elaboration of a singular visual universe. Above all, Andy captures the essence of things, to keep and share the vibration of life, through the filter of an everyday redefined beauty. After 10 years of artistic evolution and two books published about his personal work, Andy begins today a new cycle of creation based on perpetual traveling and renewal. Many thanks to Diane Drubay, founder of Buzzeum and curator of creamoftheirskin, for being this Curator’s Monday!
A worker at the Roure perfume plant in Grasse, France, scoops up the morning’s rose harvest at the end of May. These rose petals will be processed immediately into an absolute, the aromatic liquid which is the basic component of perfume; photographed by Michael Freeman
Philippe Pasqua recently completed an installation of a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton that now stands watch over the Seine river in Paris. the structure is made from 350 chrome molded bones and measures a full 21’ x 12’.
The Milky Way above Tête des Fétoules, the French Alps | image by Joris Kiredjian
French designer Bernard Bailly created this intriguing series of photo manipulations featuring astronauts in unusual scenarios.
Thanks for the submission rougerothko!
Michel et Lorenzo. Paris. 1959
photo by Frank Horvat