Rinko Kikuchi, Shine Bright
Medium: Digital C-Type on Fuji Crystal Archive paper (Matt), stamped, signed and numbered
- Medium Format: Limited to 50
- Large Format: Limited to 25
- Special Edition: Limited to 15
- Medium Format: 40.64cm x 60.96cm
- Large Format: 81.82cm x 121.92cm
- Special Edition: 121.92cm x 182.88cm
Good To Know: Printed to order, shipped direct from the artist's studio.
- Medium Format: £2,000
- Large Format: £3,500
- Special Edition: £5,000
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Arty-Fact: "Rinko was lovely. Sally, Polly Banks, our stylist and one assistant arrived and worked with Rinko via a translator.
"Sally interviewed Rinko for her BLAG feature. She was open to Polly's styling, which had a brilliant retro twist. The outfit she wore looked simple but was actually a — challenging to get into and out of, catsuit, entirely covered in sequins, making it very heavy. Rinko made it look easy, and I love the juxtaposition of Kit Kemp's interior design in the background at the Soho Hotel." - Sarah J. Edwards
About Sarah J. & Sally A. Edwards
Sarah J. & Sally A. Edwards are British twin sisters who work as Photographer and Art Director, respectively. Raised in rural England and Scotland, they spent much of their childhood and art school years secretly relying on a crackling radio, untuned T.V.s, passed around mixtapes, and discovering international magazines – to inform themselves culturally. The sisters created BLAG during art college, using the wages they made from their Saturday job. They grew it to become an international glossy, choosing up-and-comers for covers and features ahead of the curve. Known for in-depth, down-to-earth editorial content leaning into humour and kindness, they unveil an empathetical viewpoint not often seen. Sarah and Sally believe critical ingredients for making striking images are: humour, storytelling, respect, down-to-earth scene setting, and specifically created soundtracks. The sisters’ ethos is that each shoot portrays subjects naturally, taking an organic approach with zero to little in the way of retouching and essential lighting only.