Guy Aroch

For UTP Volume Three Guy Aroch photographed Iconic Helena Christensen. The NYC based photographer moved to NY in 1993 to attend the famed School of Visual Arts. Guy quickly became a leading photographer in fashion, beauty and entertainment. Today his signature use of color and tones gives his work a timeless feel while staying fresh, modern and unique. 

UTP spoke with Guy about his work and thoughts on art...

UTP - What is Art to you?

Guy - Real art is ALL about the reason for its existence ( and / or creation)... A piece of chewed gum on a gallery wall is just that unless its a piece of gum that was chewed by John Lennon!! 

UTP -  When and how did your passion for photography begin?

Guy - As a kid with the need to freeze and collect moments in time!

UTP - How would you describe your current style?

Guy - My current style is all about feeling!! ( feelin it is just as important to me as seeing it.)


UTP - Who is someone you have not yet worked with but would like to?

Guy - Georgia May Jagger. I love her look.

UTP - What advice would you give the young creatives of today?

Guy - Do what u think turns u on! ...O, and stick to it!

To see more of Guy's work go HERE


Hugh Lippe

The talented, sweet and thoughtful artist Hugh Lippe who photographed "In-Techno" featuring Christopher Wetmore, styled by Hilary Wendt for our third volume of UTP created this very special thank you for us here at Un-Titled Project. To see more of his beautiful work go HERE


The Wooster Collective

We love this site and the art it showcases. The Wooster Collective was founded in 2001. This site is dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.

TO see more go to there site HERE


Run by vjsuave


Lucian Freud's works on paper

Lucian Freud: Drawings
14 February – 5 April 2012

In February 2012 Blain|Southern will present the most comprehensive survey of works on paper by Lucian Freud (b.1922 – 2011). Beginning in the 1940s and spanning the artist’s career, Lucian Freud: Drawings brings together more than 100 works, many of which have never been shown in public before.