Winner, Winner! (GLAAD)

September: On Set blogged about stylist Lara Amis’s work on “First Pals” and the campaign’s nomination for the 2012 GLAAD Amplifier Awards (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation).

October: “First Pals” wins the GLAAD Award for the category “Advertising- the Hot Spot (Mainstream Market)”.

CONGRATULATIONS Lara, Heather, and Minerva!! Anybody that has had to solve a media problem would know that advertising to all people- across the board- isn’t easy. How do you grab your intended audience’s attention? How do you hold that attention and attract customers with merchandise while simultaneously instilling a brand message? How do you do all of this AND challenge yourself to expressing the brand and society’s evolution into fresher, unexplored territory? This is how. No claims, no gimmicks… simply perfect. Our hats off to you!

American Way


What is the “American Way”? Is it a white-picket fence off main street? Is it a shiny, new car? Is it a bird? A plane? No. Well, as for the plane… it’s a magazine held on airplanes. This is no sky mall; this is in every sense, a magazine. American Way features columns ranging from food and fashion to politics and reviews. Because American Way chose Stylist Lisa Slusher and Photographer Scott Slusher for the shoot featured below, they are certainly hip to chic in my book.

Styled: Lisa Slusher; H&MU: Susie Jasper; Photographed: Scott Slusher; Model; Ula



We’ll show you how it’s done- the American Way.

www.1814mag.com/prix.php

1814 MAGAZINE is pleased to announce The Prix de 1814 MAGAZINE, an international photography competition that was created to encourage emerging artists to pursue their love of photography. The Prix de 1814 MAGAZINE is open to anyone of 18 years or older, from any country.

Individuals are invited to submit an original photograph that has not been previously published. Entries are accepted from September 15, 2012 until February 15, 2013. Individuals may register for the competition and submit their entries at

Three Awards will be given and 20 finalists will be selected from the entries.
• The winner of the Judges Award will be selected by a panel of three judges including Massimo Vitali, Henry Horenstein, and Geof Kern.
• The winner of the Editors Award will be selected by the Editorial Staff of 1814 MAGAZINE
• The winner of the Peoples Award will be selected in an online vote by the public.
The winners and 20 finalist will be announced on March 15, 2013 at an event organized by 1814 MAGAZINE and will be included in a special edition of 1814 MAGAZINE.

Visit the site to see for yourself: www.1814mag.com/prix.php or pick up a copy at:
Grange Hall
4445 Travis Street
Dallas, TX 75205

and

The Goss Michael Foundation
1405 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75207

(or order online)

For additional information on Prix de 1814 Magazine  photo contest as well as the publication, email Prix@1814mag.com

Remember: “To photograph is to confer importance.” 
-Susan Sontag

ImageIn the meantime, 1814 Magazine has published their second biannual issue of 2012 this October! Pick one up or visit the website for some inspiration!

Horchow: one

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Home, table-top, and product stylist Jimmie Henslee created these lovely scenes for latest Horchow product catalog shoot. Photographed by Cody Ulnch. Below are some of our favorite images. Which one is your favorite? 

Samuel Roger Horchow was born on July 3, 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He became a catalog entrepreneur as well as a Broadway producer. Horchow established the Horchow Collection in 1971. It was the first luxury mail-order catalog without first having an on-ground location. He sold the Collection to Neiman Marcus in 1988 and preceded to pursue a career producing Broadway shows.
 

Going for Bloke

 
Yes, incase you haven’t had the chance to pick up the latest addition of PaperCity, this is it! This is the fantastic styling work of Lisa Slusher, Katie MacCracken, and Mona Hart of On Set Management. Great job, ladies! 
“The whole difference between construction and creation is exactly this: that a thing constructed can only be loved after it is constructed; but a thing created is loved before it exists.”

-C. Dickens