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THE LAST MAGAZINE - HEAVY HANDS
Photography by Nadya Wasylko, Styling by Dwight Reeves, Hair by Yukiko Tajima, Makeup by Georgi Sandev, Model - Anniek Kortleve at New York Model Management, shot at Fast Ashleys Studios, Brooklyn.

THE LAST MAGAZINE - HEAVY HANDS

Photography by Nadya Wasylko, Styling by Dwight Reeves, Hair by Yukiko Tajima, Makeup by Georgi Sandev, Model - Anniek Kortleve at New York Model Management, shot at Fast Ashleys Studios, Brooklyn.

My editorial for The Last Magazine, featuring model Anniek Kortleve, Styling by Dwight Reeves, Makeup by Georgi Sandev, Hair by Yukiko Tajima, shot at Fast Ashleys Studios.

My editorial for The Last Magazine, featuring model Anniek Kortleve, Styling by Dwight Reeves, Makeup by Georgi Sandev, Hair by Yukiko Tajima, shot at Fast Ashleys Studios.

Taras Shevchenko (1814-1861) Ukrainian poet and artist, champion of Ukrainian language, self-determination of peoples, human rights and social justice, on the bicentennial anniversary of his birth. His words and work still hold powerful meaning and serve as inspiration to Ukrainians, and other nations and people of the world, who continue to fight for their rights of self-determination and freedom from oppression.

Taras Shevchenko (1814-1861) Ukrainian poet and artist, champion of Ukrainian language, self-determination of peoples, human rights and social justice, on the bicentennial anniversary of his birth. His words and work still hold powerful meaning and serve as inspiration to Ukrainians, and other nations and people of the world, who continue to fight for their rights of self-determination and freedom from oppression.

Visited the UN yesterday to attend  a commemorative concert honoring Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko on the 200th anniversary of his birth. Shevchenko was a champion of self-determination, human rights and social justice. The event felt even more meaningful as it occurred on the same day that the UN General Assembly voted in affirmation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and deemed the referendum that led to Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula illegal.

Visited the UN yesterday to attend a commemorative concert honoring Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko on the 200th anniversary of his birth. Shevchenko was a champion of self-determination, human rights and social justice. The event felt even more meaningful as it occurred on the same day that the UN General Assembly voted in affirmation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and deemed the referendum that led to Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula illegal.

Old fashion switchboard wall used at the UN in the early days.

Old fashion switchboard wall used at the UN in the early days.

"Trophy of Civil Rights"- inscribed on a section of the Berlin Wall, at the UN in NYC.

"Trophy of Civil Rights"- inscribed on a section of the Berlin Wall, at the UN in NYC.

"Chernobyl" by Alexander Kishchenko. This woven tapestry was gifted to the UN from Belarus in 1991.

"Chernobyl" by Alexander Kishchenko. This woven tapestry was gifted to the UN from Belarus in 1991.

"Let Us Beat Swords into Ploughshears" - Bronze sculpture by Yevgeny Vuchetich, gifted to the UN in 1959

"Let Us Beat Swords into Ploughshears" - Bronze sculpture by Yevgeny Vuchetich, gifted to the UN in 1959

"Mankind’s Struggle For Lasting Peace" (1853) by Spanish artist Jose Vela Zanetti. The 64 ft long and 9.5 ft high mural depicts the ravages of war and concentration camps and shows people working together to rebuild the shattered globe. The mural is in the hallway outside the United Nations Security Council chambers.

"Mankind’s Struggle For Lasting Peace" (1853) by Spanish artist Jose Vela Zanetti. The 64 ft long and 9.5 ft high mural depicts the ravages of war and concentration camps and shows people working together to rebuild the shattered globe. The mural is in the hallway outside the United Nations Security Council chambers.

Visiting the UN

Visiting the UN

"New York - New York" by Arne Olsson (1991). A gift to the UN from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

"New York - New York" by Arne Olsson (1991). A gift to the UN from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

"Good Defeats Evil" by Zurab Tsereteli (1990). This massive bronze sculpture at the UN building in NYC depicts St. George slaying a dragon. The dragon’s writhing body is made of an American Pershing II missile and a Soviet SS20 missile.

"Good Defeats Evil" by Zurab Tsereteli (1990). This massive bronze sculpture at the UN building in NYC depicts St. George slaying a dragon. The dragon’s writhing body is made of an American Pershing II missile and a Soviet SS20 missile.

My visit to the UN building in NYC.

My visit to the UN building in NYC.

Underpass on Chattahoochee #latergram

Underpass on Chattahoochee #latergram