Rebecca Coltorti Overview

Illustration by Rebecca Coltorti

We have known Rebecca since a year and we just can't get over her style. Its simple, distinct yet always refreshing. We like how she has taken the cutout illustrations to a whole new level, making it very refined yet raw. She is one of the quickest growing talents we have out to here at TBP. You must check out her book.

A Look into Rebecca Coltorti's New Work

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Editorial, Cover, April 2018

Here is what's happening in Canada

Shot for Freq Mag, this story truly sets in an indoor nature hub, Muttart Conservatory, based in Edmonton. Bright colors scream through fresh green tones of background as Tina captures model's strong postures against. We really love this story shot by the Canadian based artist we represent. http://www.thingsbypeople.com/tina-chang

Editorial, July, 2018

This is not for Trump, visiting the UK

Is it the right time or just the coincidence? The new story published in Collectible Dry Magazine came out this July, exactly when the rallies against Trump hit the streets of London.

Beautifully styled and haired punk rally/movement is seen in this fashion/street photography work. Its very different and fresh story from what we see mostly in D&V's work. Here are some really good selects we have done from the series. Enjoy.

Editorial, April, 2018

Wolfpack for Vogue Arabia

A Vogue classic story by the wolfpack shot in London. The team brings in a very contemporary classic story with a modern touch using headbands and some hats. The story features team's minimal aesthetics produced for Vogue Arabia's April Issue. See more images in the story below.

Editorial, December 2017

Another World for Glamour Iceland

Domen Van De Velde have proven their taste in colors. Every piece of work they do, is dense with emotions, texture, light & soul fullness. In their recent work for Glamour Iceland, there is great storytelling, using light, mood and expressions. Click to check some of the more of our favorite shots from this story

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