Monday, August 30, 2010

RIP Corrine Day

I was completely sad when first time i heard this news last saturday. One of the greatest british fashion photographer known by her rawness style on subject and the one who responsible discovering Kate from rise to fame had passed away. Corrine lost her fight againts the brain tumor she had been battling since being diagnosed last year.

Corrine known as an 'Anti Glamour' artist in the early 90s and the one who create 'waif' look through Kate Moss that change british fashion on this day. Despite a recent return to the fashion fold, Corinne Day remains unapologetic for taking a raw, unflinching look at the world. She ever says, "Photography is getting as close as you can to real life, showing us things we don't normally see. These are people's most intimate moments, and sometimes intimacy is sad."

But for some right reason she turned her back on the airbrushed glossiness of magazines, complaining "they're stale, just about sex and glamour, when there are other elements of beauty." This is the same feeling that have been confusing me since a couple of months ago, when people only followed and forget a honesty side of their artwork. Sometimes rawness become similarity, and characteristic being staked.

Corrine's work reminds me back actually, about our main purpose while producing an artwork. Which mean to entertain people as well as an ourself being entertained. I hope people will recognize this period, same as like Corrine thought about her times more than a decade ago.

"The 3rd Summer of Love"
Kate Moss / Photography Corrine Day
(The Face Magazine, July 1990)

My condolences go out to all her friends and family.
We know that she will be sorely missed.
Farewell my dear Corrine...

TRENDHUNTER : Enigmatic Photography

I don't know if this coincidence or not, but I'm trully feel a honored right now being featured again by TRENDHUNTER after Design Scene featured. Thank you TRENDHUNTER for always appreciate my recent work so far. Once again thank you so much :)))

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Design Scene : Teuku Ajie for DEW Magazine

For the 2nd time my work has been featured on Design Scene.
Thank you Design Scene for all the opportunity that you gave to me :))

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Teuku Ajie for DEW Magazine

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

DEW Magazine Midnight Issue : Midnight Souls Still Remain

"Midnight Souls Still Remain"

DEW Magazine Midnight Issue
Photography Teuku Ajie
Styling Aldi Indrajaya
Hair and Make Up Philips Kwok
Model Renata Calheiros @ VTM
Dara Warganegara @ B-MGT

Outfit represented by three noted fashion designers from Indonesia :
Didi Budiardjo, Rinaldy A. Yunardi and Sapto Djojokartiko.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Exclusive : DEW Magazine Midnight Issue Preview

"DEW Magazine Midnight Issue exclusively preview on Design Scene"

We are honored as an Indonesian artist to be preview on Design Scene. Such a remarkable movement by  all the contributors in this zero issue to say more through their artwork. We believe that we are one step ahead to raise the standart of quality in the Industry. It's a good start by now, but still coming up for full coverage from our site to view complete whole midnight issue.

Thank you for Design Scene to give us such a great opportunity to showed a little bit our show case. It's really mean so much to us, and I hope in present near to future we still on the same boat, sailing together :)