The Minions are small, yellow, cylindrical, creatures who have one or two eyes. They are impulsive creatures with little self-control, but with a wide-eyed wonder and odd innocence that endears them to viewers and makes them relatable. They can be pesky when they are doing weird interactions with other people, animals, or objects. Minions have standard English names . Unlike most other criminal masterminds and their usual doctrine of abusing their henchmen, Gru gets along famously with his minions. He genuinely seems to like them and even shows appreciation for their hard work and support. He even seems to know each of them by name.

A rambunctious bunch of simple-minded homunculi, Minions are a similar size and shape, but have unique features to tell them apart, such as height, number of eyes, roundness or secondary features such as hair, eye/pupil size or clothing. Minions wear metal goggles accommodating their number of eyes, blue overalls with Gru's emblem on the front, and small black gloves.


Stephen works in digital collage, algorithmic art and vector art using a camera, a scanner and a computer. His source materials include his own photography as well as stock photographs and timeless art of the past. Starting with scans, photographs and mathematical abstractions, he blends, combines and composes to create images that move him and his audience.



Tomass creates a series of beauty shots entitled "Plastic Fantastic" feature an assortment of everyday plastics, like forks and straws, as fashion gear. He takes recycling to a whole other level!

The more he researched the more he became aware of the importance of plastic. "Plastic" seems to be everywhere these days and because of its versatility there is no denying that it is one of the most commonly used materials in today's society. You could almost say that plastic is the "new black" or, as Tomaas likes to say, it's simply "fantastic." Tomaas was also fortunate enough to find Lisette from Ford models who was a great fit for the concept. Overall, this series represents a story that compliments this material.


Couturier Iris van Herpen joins forces with Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness to create a new Crystallization dress. Knight capturedGuinness being splashed with black and clear water using high speed cameras, and then offered up the footage as reference imagery for van Herpen to create a one-of-a-kind water dress. During a week long live broadcast, SHOWstudio showcased van Herpen's ability to combine archaic crafts with futuristic technologies to create a shape shifting garment that defies logic.





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