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2010 Pirelli Calendar

Images from the 2010 Pirelli Calendar have graced the pages of probably every website in the world, but for some reason, they haven’t made their way here yet. Shot this year by Terry Richardson in Brazil and only distributed to top Pirelli customers and other select people, the calendar has been in existence since 1964, featuring a new “super” photographer each year. Previous photographers have included Annie Leibovitz, Nick Knight, Mario Testino, Peter Lindbergh, and Richard Avedon (to name a few). What sparked this post was a behind-the-scenes video documenting the whole shoot with interviews with the models and Terry Richardson. All the images and video are pretty NSFW, but keep reading to see some of the shots from the calendar as well as the behind-the-scenes video.


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Point and Shoot

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As the readers of Defgrip already know, we are all big fans of the whole point and shoot style of photography. Almost everyone that contributes to Defgrip has a point and shoot and while it may not always be my main camera, I do use one a lot. I acquired a Yashica T4 from David Lang about 7 months ago, but on my way to the airport in Las Vegas, I left it in the back of a town car. I have put off picking a new one up, so I could spend more time with my other cameras, but the time has come and and I’m on the hunt for a new point and shoot. At the moment, I’m leaning towards a Contax T2 over a new Yashica T4 and while I was doing some research, I came across this great article form 2002, in the now defunct Face magazine, about the whole point and shoot movement in fashion photography. If you are into anything Terry Richardson does, you need to read this article and google some of the names in it because there’s some great history and even better photographers like Mario Testino, Jurgen Teller, Corinne Day, and most notably Nan Goldin, (who is quoted in the article “arguably the biggest influence on fashion photography in the past 15 years”) that have really pushed the whole point and shoot thing to where it is today.

Check it out here.

Terry Richardson on Wealth and Taste


I was checking out the new Young Jeezy/Terry Richardson campaign for Belvedere Vodka, and it let me to an interesting video commentary with Terry. He comments on the irony of taste and wealth no longer being synonymous with each other.

Belvedere has been driving that point home with commercials like this one featuring Vincent Gallo and RZA, and personally I think it’s rad to see a talented artist chill out in a flannel shirt and mustache and point out that no matter how rich you are, you just can’t buy style.

Watch the short commentary here.

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Terry richardson recently updated his photo site! also, while on the subject, check out the Katy Barker Agency he and other renowned photographers go through, there is much more editorial and commercial work on there thats worth checking out for sure!