Monthly Archives: March 2014

MESSAGES FROM THE TOP

Instead of holding meetings, the larger-than-life Vogue editrix Diana Vreeland communicated through memos, dictated from the privacy of her office (and sometimes her bathroom, where she had a phone installed). She sent them to editors, fashion designers, photographers, and anyone … Continue reading

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FIT STUDENTS PHOTOGRAPH VANISHING AFRICAN TRIBES

Last January, FIT students Trupal Pandya, Photography ’14, and Alexander Papakonstadinou, Photography ’14, visited the Omo Valley in Ethiopia to document five tribes: the Bena, Mursi, Hamar, Arbore, and Ari. Just in time, too: the traditional ways of these peoples … Continue reading

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TATTOO ARTISTS IN MOTION, PART FIVE: CHRIS TORRES

Hue presents the last in a five-part video series highlighting alumni tattoo artists. If you haven’t yet, check out part one, part two, part three, and part four. Chris Torres, Illustration ’97, is co-owner of Chris Torres’ Red Legged Devils … Continue reading

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TATTOO ARTISTS IN MOTION, PART FOUR: VINCENT CASTIGLIA

Here’s video number four in our ongoing series featuring tattoo artists who graduated from FIT. Vincent Castiglia, Illustration ’04, owner of Arcanum Studio, creates chillingly lifelike work on skin. In this video, he shows off his version of the Coney … Continue reading

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TATTOO ARTISTS IN MOTION, PART THREE: MAGIE SERPICA

Magie Serpica, Illustration ’07, is co-owner of Milk and Honey Tattoo on Castleton Avenue in Staten Island, NY. Here she explains how cover-ups are done. When tattoos get old, they begin to fade and warp, or they no longer represent … Continue reading

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