Idris & Tony Save The World 4/8/2016 by Irene Ojo-Felix Fashion is rarely seen as a direct path to philanthropy but Idris & Tony are set to change that misconception, one picture at a time. With the conception of volume 1 of the B.A.S.T.A.R.D. fanzine, the casting-turned-photography duo chose 7 altruistic individuals in modeling, entertainment, and the creative business to highlight projects that aim to better the planet. Catherine McNeil, Rob Evans, Kone Sindou, Rose Bertram, Luke James, and the late Ian Jones all grace the cover of the “Struggle and Emerge”
We need to change the way America looks at Asian men
American media is terrible with its depictions of Asian men — and this company is trying to change that. #MicCheckNowPosted by Mic on Saturday, February 6, 2016
Asian men in the U.S. are saddled with a troubling range of stereotypes: Whether framed as docile and submissive or rigid and emotionless, the perception is of a group so devoid of intimacy as to be certifiably sexless. Meanwhile, attempts to challenge this haven’t been well received. Yet by framing Asian men as objects of desire, Idris + Tony aim to flip this narrative on its ear. These men are indeed sexual beings, they insist, and undeniably worthy of intimate attention. persuASIAN strikes a powerful blow against the existing paradigm: The more people see it,
From one of Hollywood’s boldest and most daring production companies comes The World According to Wonder, a wildly glamorous book featuring never-before-seen photos and exclusive stories from some of the world’s most controversial, exposed and interesting personalities. Available Now at Amazon.com and digitally at the iBooks Store, The World According to Wonder is the premier publication from the LA-based production company World of Wonder, co-founded by award-winning filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato. The book is not simply a celebration of 21 years of production and people; it also has a
In the Spring of 2009, the New York based photography duo Idris Rheubottom and Tony Craig and Detroit-based photographer Cybelle Codish collaborated to capture a series of still images that would portray the life and landscape of modern day Native Americans. Accompanying a documentary filmmaking crew, under the direction of Laguna filmmaker Billy Luther, the three non-Native photographers were given intimate access inside one of Luther’s own Native American tribes as it prepared for the ancient tradition of Grab Day. Grab Day is a celebration of abundance, thanks, and renewal
Once Upon a Queen Season 2 Ep 7 The dolls must sell their tales as they pose for a book cover photoshoot with Idris and Tony, and hit the press junket circuit. E! Television's Marc Malkin is joined by best-selling authors Jackie Collins & Gigi Levangie Grazer and Absolut Vodka's Jeffrey Moran.