WHO AM EYE

A diverse community of contributors, all vast in their effort to understand, contextualize and shed light on some of the most inspiring topics in art and culture today.

The Stimuleye is a unique, multidisciplinary online publication in the form of a blog.

The Stimuleye is about supporting up-to-date, online authorship.

The Stimuleye is not about frequency, it’s about insight.

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CONTACT THE STIMULEYE.

Antoine  Asseraf – Founder and Editor
René Habermacher – Associate Editor
Filep Motwary– Contributing Editor
Suzanne von Aichinger – Fashion Editor
Lynsey Peisinger – Contributor

ANTOINE ASSERAF

Masked blogger of Foodgeek fame,
first wave digital artist for mediartspace,
advertising art director at BETC EuroRSCG,
fashion film festival producer and curator for ASVOFF and the Hyères Festival,
digital film-maker before digital film-making,
Cornell, Sciences-Po and Central Saint-Martins’ graduate
Antoine Asseraf is a Paris-based creative director and film-maker who works in advertising and fashion.
antoine asseraf

RENÉ HABERMACHER

Rene Habermacher is Swiss-born, Paris-based and Greek at heart. As illustrator-turned-photographer, he worked for publications such as L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue Italia, V Magazine, Love Magazine, Pop Magazine, GQ Japan, Vogue Japan, Vogue Germany, Vogue Brasil, Vogue Hellas, Numero paris, Numero Tokyo and Elle Japan and clients including Christian Dior, Bulgari, Chaumet, L´Oréal, Thierry Mugler and Shu Uemura. Among his recent works is most notably to mention the various collaborations with Pat Mc Grath, and the exhibition “SPECTRE” at the Festival International de Mode & de Photographie in Hyères.

www.renehabermacher.com

FILEP MOTWARY

Filep Motwary started off working for the Greek edition of L’Officiel before moving to Paris in 2004 to work for John Galliano, Dior Couture, Chloé before starting his own line along jewellery creator Maria Mastori. Since 2006, he signs Un nouveau iDEAL, the blog that Dazed and Confused recently voted on the top ten fashion blogs in Europe, and part of THE POP.

He is also a solid contributor for a variety of publications abroad: ISTEROGRAFO, THE POP, “A” Magazine Curated by, Dapper Dan, HUSK …and has interviewed most of the designers, photographers and artists internationally : Yohji Yamamoto, Maison Martin Margiela, Lacroix, Juergen Teller, Rick Owens, V&R, John Galliano…. (Around 120 names)

SUZANNE VON AICHINGER

Former model and eternal muse Suzanne von Aichinger isn’t your average model.
She walked for Lacroix, Mugler, Gaultier, Galliano.
She acted in La Reine Margot.
But foremost, she often steps behind the camera, consulting for designers, styling for the likes of Dita Von Teese, or fronting various death-metal bands.

LYNSEY PEISINGER

Choreographer, assistant director of Bob Wilson, collaborator of Marina Abramovic, Lynsey shares her time between Paris and NYC.

OTHER CONTRIBUTORS

MIGUEL BATEL

Born and raised in Mexico City.
He pursued undergraduate studies in Barcelona and earned an MA in graphic design from the London College of Communication. Back in Mexico City he joined Trendsétera as an art director while doing some freelance photography on the side. His work was featured in publications such as Modo, Glamour Mexico, 192, and Marie Claire Mexico.

Miguel is now the cultural attaché at the Mexican Embassy in Canada.

THUY TIEN CRAMPTON

A French-born strategic planner for advertising, Thuy-Tien Crampton has worked from Europe and Asia with some of the world’s best known brands, helping them build strategies based on consumer insights. Her interest in observing social changes and trends was first nurtured while working at the International Herald Tribune in Paris. A constant theme across her career has been a passion for textiles, fashion and design. Thuy-Tien is currently living in Hong Kong.

www.thuytiencrampton.com

BRAD FOX

Brad Fox left the US in 1996 and has since lived in the former Yugoslavia, Berlin, Mexico, and since 2008, in Istanbul. His work aiding Roma refugees from Kosovo earned a Distinguished Service Award from the Roma World Congress in 2000, and his book about life in the Balkan humanitarian industry, God’s Boot, was published in Belgrade in 2004. His fiction and essays have been published in five languages. His journalism has appeared in internationally distributed magazines such as Blackbook, DAMnation, and The European. He has been a resident at the Sacatar Foundation in Brazil and won artists’ grants from the Soros Center for Contemporary Art and the Berlin Senat.

monica pozzi

Monica Pozzi started off on construction sites irritating her hardhat wearing colleagues with miniskirts, highheels and brains.
She has long since abandoned that life and given in to her addiction to all things visual and print.

She is currently the Photo Director at Swiss magazine ANNABELLE. Everything is Pozzible! Monica Pozzi graduated with a Master’s Degree in Architecture and Design from the ETH Zürich.

A late bloomer, she is an awful but nevertheless enthusiastic skater.
Find her practicing this spring at 12&A.

IT’S POZZIBLE !

clément roncier

Clement studied fine arts in Paris, sensitive to minimal and conceptual practices, his work is deeply focused on fundamental questions of how we perceive the world. His eye is also used to serve a practical design in fashion, publishing and experimentation in contemporary medias.

www.clementroncier.com

maximilian mackee

Max was born in Kamakura and raised somewhere in between London, Tokyo and Paris. He loves music and art and has been known to impose his musical taste on the unsuspecting public. As a member the Tripster collective, he has played his part in various adventures which have included the Sputnik “Whole Life Catalogue” and the Tripster Bus.

More recently, he set up blackmaps, an independent art/music/print label, with friends based in London.  With recorded sound at its core, blackmaps expands the parameters of a record label with a focus dilating from music to experimental film, private press literature to design commissions and beyond.

http://blackmaps.org/


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