STRIP-PROJECT: A SELECTED VINTAGE FASHION CAMPAIGNS' ARCHIVE (PART 2)

Strip-Project was founded by Anna Ka and Martina Spagnoli.

By Balthazar Malevolent

STRIP-PROJECT: A SELECTED VINTAGE FASHION CAMPAIGNS' ARCHIVE (PART 2)

Strip-Project was born in 2012 as a visual/textual space, a great chaotic container of ideas, artworks, images, feelings about a new way to look at fashion, photography and contemporary art. In 2014, the best of the first two years of Strip-Project has been collected in Strip-Book #1, a 180-page limited edition magazine, with unpublished works of Italian and foreign artists and other extras. In 2015, Strip-Project has officially become a selected images archive from '70 and started collaborating with other photographers and companies. Strip-Project was founded by Anna Ka and Martina Spagnoli.

Anna Ka alias Mary Jo Peace is an Italian artist and graphic designer who works in Milan, Paris, London, New York, Florence. Anna Ka loves art, movies, fashion, soap operas. In 2010, she created Fur, an independent editorial of art, in collaboration with Wonderfur Luka. In 2012, Anna Ka meets Martina Spagnoli, stylist and photographer and they create Strip-Project.

Martina Spagnoli is a fashion designer, stylist and photographer, working in the world of fashion, film and communication in Rome, Florence, New York and another cities. In 2005, after various experiences in the fashion industry, she continued in show styling in Rome. She began working as an assistant costume designer for film, and image consultant for artists and musicians, and in 2011 she started working as a freelance photographer for magazines. In 2012, together with Anna Ka (Visual Artist and Graphic), she founded Strip-Project.

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