ARTISTS - Part 2.Three months ago I posted a Facebook archive in order to share all the amazing pieces of art I’m sent by people around the world. I have since updated that album with some amazing new pieces and in the image above you can see 4 of them. The first was inspired by a shoot I did with Greg Kadel, the second is taken from a backstage picture I took at a Rodarte show, the third is my most recent cover of British Elle and the fourth is inspired by my Arthur Elgort shoot for Vogue Nippon.To see a gallery of all the amazing artwork I’ve been sent over the years, please go HERE.

ARTISTS - Part 2.

Three months ago I posted a Facebook archive in order to share all the amazing pieces of art I’m sent by people around the world. I have since updated that album with some amazing new pieces and in the image above you can see 4 of them. The first was inspired by a shoot I did with Greg Kadel, the second is taken from a backstage picture I took at a Rodarte show, the third is my most recent cover of British Elle and the fourth is inspired by my Arthur Elgort shoot for Vogue Nippon.

To see a gallery of all the amazing artwork I’ve been sent over the years, please go HERE.

ARTISTS - Through my outlets on social media, I’m occasionally sent pieces of art created by people all around the world who were inspired by some picture or image I was in. I’ve been collecting this artwork for a while now and thought it was time to share some with you. To see a gallery of the amazing artwork I have been sent over the years, please go HERE.

ARTISTS - Through my outlets on social media, I’m occasionally sent pieces of art created by people all around the world who were inspired by some picture or image I was in. I’ve been collecting this artwork for a while now and thought it was time to share some with you.

To see a gallery of the amazing artwork I have been sent over the years, please go HERE.

THE ARTISTS STUDIO
by Coco Rocha

The location picked for Nordstrom’s Fall 2010 collection shoot was the most amazing artists studio I’d ever seen, right in the middle of Manhattan. After the first day of shooting I went home and told James (also an artist) all about the studio, its magnificent views and its old world charm. The next day James came by and got to see for himself what an artists paradise it really was! This studio is home to artist Ruben Toledo who is actually the husband of designer Isabel Toledo! They are quite the dynamic duo and for a lovely little article about how they work and inspire one another, please turn HERE. Rubens work is well known. He’s illustrated for many of the worlds top fashion magazines and for many years now he’s been the illustrator of Nordstrom’s national designer ad campaign: hence this little shoot.

To see the pictures we took in Rubens loft (please do!) feel free to have a look at the album I made on my Official Facebook HERE (click).