WANNA BE ON YOUR SHOES, SEBASTIAN ERRAS

Travel and interior photografer. Germany, Kenya, Paris and Barcelona are some of the destinations he has visited with his inseparable analogue SLR. His passion for design and architecture led him to create Parisianfloors, an account at Instagram which is showing some of his work photographing the most showiest floors cities and important places of the world.

Travel and interior photographer. Germany, Kenya, Paris and Barcelona are some of the destinations he has visited with his inseparable camera. His passion for design and architecture led him to create Parisianfloors, an account at Instagram which is showing some of his work photographing the most showiest floors cities and important places of the world.

AS: Where did your start your interest in photography?

My interest for photography started with a trip Kenya in 2004. I went there with my family and my idea was to capture some of the beautiful memories from the journey on a camera.  So I got myself an analogue camera and started taking pictures of wildlife and the landscape there. Since then my passion for photography hasn’t stopped and it has even become my full-time job now. Continue reading

WANNA BE ON YOUR SHOES, MARIO MONFORTE


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AS: How does a contemporary artist just being a reference for menswear among many other facets, as trendsetter and content creator?

Everything comes after a season of changes, the death of my father, etc … I took a year off to rest from everything and focus on my new work. During this period I needed to have fun and do new things to refresh my ideas. So I started the typical photographer web of  street-styles to entertain by myself, but I found a nondescript world, lacking creativity and with pre-existing formulas. So I turned that on, I professionalized as content creator and invested in creating a new form of menswear web content, I bet by the 16: 9 sources large, simple articles and photographs with personal style and creativity . Continue reading

WANNA BE ON YOUR SHOES, SUNFLOWERMAN

AS: In love of men’s fashion understood as an art form, Sunflowerman dedicates their day to day to gentlemen’s fashion illustration in different areas. And of course, we did not want to miss the chance to be in his shoes. Why ‘Sunflowerman’?

I had a dream one night. Everything in the world was in decay. Governments were falling apart, gun violence was on the rise, rights were being stripped from citizens, there was crying in the streets. I looked up to the sky and falling all around me were round objects. They seemed foreign, at first glance I thought of flying saucers but at closer inspection I knew them as the head of Sunflowers. As they landed on the ground they grew stalks and reached toward the sky. In the midst of the field of sunflowers I was safe and all was good in the world.

AS: male fashion illustrator for magazines, stores, brands and personalities is its leitmotif. Where does your passion born about men’s fashion?

It began as a bit of a mistake. I didn’t grow up in love with clothing or fashion. I was lacking even a remote awareness of an existence of fashion culture. Somewhere between painting and traveling I began painting my friends wearing suits and ties and from there it was off to the races. My time was immediately consumed with learning about menswear, painting menswear, becoming one with the movements of cloth on the body.

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