end of the day photos by The Rev. Malcolm, pictured below
We worked on another story for Wylde Magazine, with our mad muse Daphne Guinness. This is one in a long line of evolving Fashtons experiments with Daphne and her partner in crime, (and our dear friend) Malcolm Doherty. We shot this in the cavernous hall at Hornsey Arts Centre, a fantastic artist-run centre in a 1935 art deco town hall building.
This is one of our favourite images of Maya Jane. We love having her round the Mews studio and just experimenting.
Ben painting on set, below.
We worked with our long-time collaborator Stars Redmond on this project - in true Fashtons style, the end product looks like photoshop but is very much tangible with little to no post-production.
Below, Fiona tries out the kaleidoscope in the Mews studio.
In addition to the concept, design, build and photography, we delivered the layout and design of all formats of the album.
Some process shots from our design and build of the album artwork for Peace 'Happy People'. The problem that needed solving was how to have the band reflected in a mirror without seeing the photographer as well. Ben designed a mirror made up of angled sections, designed to selectively reflect certain areas of the set.
Another very Fashtons example of doing something tactile that could have been done much simpler in post, but where's the fun in that?