Júlia Brümmer is a 21 year old fashion designer, analog fashion photographer and conceptual art-worker from Brazil. This series she submitted is one of her fashion series that became an exhibition. Shiny and sparkling, a wonderful variation of colours and an artistic visualization are just some aspects of this nostalgic-looking and eye-catching photo-selection.
All photos were taken with a Yashica 108 multiprogram by using Fujichrome Sensia 100 (expired), Lomography Redscale XR 50 – 200, Fujicolor Superia 400, Fujicolor Superia 800, Kodak Colorplus 200, Kodak Pro Image 100 and Kodak Gold 100 expired films.
“I always loved the fashion from the 60’s and 70’s, so I thought about the social identity of those periods and created an editorial based on the soft feeling of drugs, prostitution and fashion revolution. it took me two years to elaborate everything because I made basically all parts of the project. I did the styling, including make up and hair and the clothes came from my wardrobe and my mother’s wardrobe, all the production, photography and developing process. I used a lot of films, including discontinued medias modified by temperature and age.”
Photography: Júlia Brümmer ☆ Facebook ☆ Lomography
Models: Flávia Fachini, Sabrina Kalkmann, Angela Maroni, Lorena Siegler & Jenifer Ramos
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