is a project by British designer Anna Lomax. Born and bred in South London and currently working in East London having graduated from Brighton University in Illustration. Fascinated by the bizarre, pop-culture, folk art, pound shops and other peoples junk, intruiged by inventions, colour, movement and scale. Working within the field of art direction and set design from small scale still life through to large scale installation using a range of mediums for varied clients. Clients include Nike, Becks, Topshop, Selfridges, Clarks Originals, Converse, Vauxhall Cars, Vogue. Editorials include Vogue UK, Creative Review, Garage Magazine, Viewpoint Magazine, Elle Collections and the Independent.
Collaborating with photographer Jess Bonham, the London-based artist balanced props on her model’s body, rendering them her costume, imitating those from Oskar Schlemmer‘s Triadic Ballet.
More about Anna Lomax and her works here.