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Wednesday
Jan082014

Missoni Summer 2014 Campaign by Viviane Sassen

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01. Check blazer.
02. Signature knit.

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Shot in Tenerife by Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen, Missoni's Summer 2014 menswear campaign has now started to appear in magazines. Featuring styling by Stephen Mann, the "multifaceted sequence of portraits" highlight the texture and details of each outfit amidst flashes of primary colour.

Missoni
Viviane Sassen

Sunday
Apr282013

Sol & Luna - Second Edition

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—01. Released May 13th.
—02. Edited and designed by Tony Cederteg.

Words

Originally photographed by Viviane Sassen in 2009, Sol & Luna is a book project published by Libraryman, for the Swedish brand Our Legacy. The small hardbound book was extremely well received upon its initial release and the first edition sold out quickly. Now, some four years later, Libraryman are set to release a brand new edition of the clothbound book, complete with a folded paper insert.

Libraryman

Thursday
Dec132012

Viviane Sasson - Roxane

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Info

—01-03. 76 pages, with 43 colour photographs.

Words

The independent publishing house Oodee have just released an excellent new book featuring the work of Dutch photographer Viviane Sasson. Entitled Roxane the book explores the relationship between the photographer and her muse, and allows the viewer a glimpse inside Sasson's creative process. Featuring a poem by Maria Barnas, and printed in an edition of 1000, the book is available directly from the Oodee website.

Roxane

Sunday
Apr222012

Viviane Sassen's Die Son Sien Alles by LibraryMan

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—01. Cloth bound.
—02. 40 pages, colour offset.

Words

Viviane Sassen's 3rd bood for the Libraryman imprint is currently available for pre-order from their website. A first edition of 400 copies will be released on the 3rd of May, and features a series of photographs Sassen shot in the townships of Cape Town between 2002 and 2004. The bright and colourful body of work focusses predominantly on the interior decorations of peoples homes, alongside those of local shops and bars.

LIBRARYMAN