American fashion designer Kasper has long been an avid collector of contemporary art. The steel-gray walls of his Manhattan apartment’s dining room beautifully offset works by Edward Burtynsky and Anselm Kiefer.
For a recent assignment, Sydney-based photographer Toby Dixon created these two awesome split personality portraits not with fancy Photoshop but with the help of two talented friends. Monique Moynihan, who was in charge of styling and Budi, who handled make-up, transformed a man and a woman each into two distinct halves.
I like this picture because the sparkler in the jar are the main focal point because the background is dark. I also like this picture because the jar if only taking a third of the picture but the sparkler is centered.