I really miss New York City. And seeing a lot of my friends travel every now and then or even move to NYC strengthens my desire to visit the Big Apple once again soon. The food, the lights, all those creative people floating through the streets, dreaming of making something huge in the near future, something influential, something monumental for themselves and everyone else in NYC.
Local photographer Atisha Paulson, who already worked for David LaChapelle and was able to make his work internationally recognized thanks to brands like Samsung, Reebok and Pepsi, shows us a slightly different beauty of New York City, by immortalizing artist and model Lea Simone Allegria in “How to say Brooklyn in French” for Sticks & Stones.
But Lea Simone Allegria not only knows how to model, nope, she also’s a talented drawer with a message. Or, better put, multiple messages. She regularly publishes her work on Instagram, like this airplane telling us “There’s no escape” or this note wanting to remind us to “never trust anyone, especially if they’re in love“. Or this self portrait where she “just needs something to wait for.” Amen.
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