Tonight, I’m heading down to Rankin HQ, to get set my eyes upon Johny Dar’s special preview of ‘Tuuli by Dar’; a series of unique and beautiful images, inspired by the art series ‘DAR THE BOOK’, an artistic journey into the heart of the feminine.
I loathe my use of the word fan, but I am, admittedly, a huge fan of Hunger Magazine, and Rankin Photography, so needless to say, I’m eager to see the art that awaits me.
Last week I was invited to the series of short screenings by Rankin Film Production and The Full Service, showcasing six short films, one of which was The EXCHANGE, for Louis Vuitton, a coy and seductive tale of courtship, filmed at the Hotel Café Royal. All six of the short films shown succeeded in their efforts to captivate and around curiosity. This is why I rate Rankin. They continue to push the boundaries of art, beauty and photography through creative collaborations, with a mixture of visionary designers.
‘Tuuli by Dar’ will be crafted into a limited edition calendar and created specifically with Tuuli in mind, weaving across her bare skin, exploring the beauty of the female form as Rankin’s lens beautifully captures Johny’s original artwork.
As of today, ‘Tuuli by DAR’ will be published by Rankin Photography and distributed by Turnaround Publisher Services, and available for viewing at ANNROY, Rankin’s London Gallery.
I’ll likely be ‘graming’ tonight, so if you don’t follow me already on instagram it’s @afroblush.
To find out more on ‘Johny Dar and his work, click here: http://darthebook.com