photographers, designers, writers, models, artists, stylists, MUAHs, artistic directors and others alike
there is the challenge described:
The new key word for our next issue is:
the tenderness you feel when someone shares an idea, a photo, a song, a passage etc., accompanied by a note that conveys that you were the face that came to the forefront of his mind when this thing first occupied his senses- that you’ve organically nestled your way into this other person’s cortices so that he no longer just sees remote objects in time and space, but rather a set of associations that lead back to you- recovering you once again from the self-inflicted fallacy of aloneness.
As an "opposer" to John Koenig’s Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
there is a new source of "words" in the DICTIONARY OF PERCEPTIBLE JOYS. The owner and the creator of these words in his own expression "is taking to the same spirit of John Koenig’s Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, [he] builds the words by combining other words that mean something similar etymologically (in English and in other languages). [The author's] hope is to define and characterize feelings and emotions that others may relate to.
As the American lexicographer Erin McKean finely put it, “If you love a word, use it- that makes it real. Being in the dictionary is an arbitrary distinction; it doesn’t make a word any more real than any other way. If you love a word, it becomes real.”
[He is] just creating words for those pleasures in [his] own life that have yet to be spelled out in a single, operative word. "
on the best concept / style photograph or set of photographs that will fit into the category "GNOMESHGH" with the focus on "milk and honey of statements and ideas" theme.
We publish the best photos in DECEMBER issue 2020 of MARQUIS FASHION MAGAZINE.
The due date for submission is 5 November 2020 1200pm
The works of art should be sent in the form of a direct dropbox link or direct wetransfer link with the full list of credits and your story of inspiration to accompany it
to firstname.lastname@example.org or in PM.
Your photos should be a highly acclaimed art in fashion - each image should be like a part of a collective story for the magazine pages therefore making it more readable for everyone who opens it.