Veils, Cossacks, Wild Things

June 14, 2012 § Leave a comment

One day I’m going to have enough money to make my interns never want to leave me. Until then I’m going to rep them when I can and keep them in red wine.

This is Ella McIlvena’s end of semester work in millinery. Its pretty amazing, as you will probably agree. Proof that I am a lucky man, and I better get rich quick.

The photography was done by Nadeemy Betros, you can see more of her work here.

This one reminds me of some of the costume in Guillermo del Toro’s Pans Labyrinth…

These images just further cement the fact that RMIT is producing some amazing students, and there is some real talent rocking around within those institutional grey walls.

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