Diane & Theo, Mytho Erotics

Diane & Theo, Mytho Eroctics / Black Chalk Magazine

Words by Justin Howard @Jthnomad Art – Mytho Erotics @mytho_erotics Talent – Diane Alexandre @dianealexandre Theodore Psychoyos @7theopsy7 Photography – Gian Marco Flamini @gianmarcoflamini Realisation – Black Chalk Magazine @BlackChalkMagazine “We are a duality of hearts, a tender contradiction, an erotic dream, an echo of… Continue Reading

Kelvin Goncalves, Fashion Curator

Kelvin Goncalves, Fashion Curator / Black Chalk Magazine

Editor @Jthnomad Fashion @Elkel.nyc Publication @BlackChalkMagazine “I want people to feel empowered by a deeper and more psychotic part of themselves. The part they’re always trying desperately to hide. I want that to become something that they cherish.” – Lady Gaga… Continue Reading

Bete Noire

Credits - Ada Zanditon Couture Mad Moth headpiece / Norisol Ferrari leather dress

Editor – Justin Howard @Jthnomad Photographer – Justin Pham @EzraCafe  Beauty – Yulitzin Alverez @Yulitzin  Stylist – Anna Schilling @Anna_Land_  Model / Creative Director – Mariel Noir @Marielnoir  “We live in a dark, romantic and quite tragic world.” – Karl Lagerfeld Bete Noire is a… Continue Reading

Gray Malin, Rock The Dots

The Leading Lady Horizontal (Minnie) / Gray Malin

Editor @Jthnomad Artist @graymalin “It has never been my object to record my dreams, just the determination to realize them.” – Man Ray Artist Gray Malin is known for his ability to capture the rarified atmospheres of such exotic locations like… Continue Reading

Lincoln Townley, Into The Madness

Lincoln Townley, Into The Madness / Black Chalk Magazine

Editor @Jthnomad Artist @Lincoln_Towney “No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness.” – Aristotle If you are anything like me, when you enter a gallery you can find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer variety of art there… Continue Reading

Cocaine Dreams – Plastic Jesus

Cocaine Dreams / Plastic Jesus

Editorial – Black Chalk Magazine @BlackChalkMagazine Words – Justin Howard @Jthnomad Inspired by a four-inch plastic statue of Jesus he saw on a dashboard while driving around Los Angeles, the street artist calling himself ‘Plastic Jesus’ sets out to create imagery that… Continue Reading