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We dedicate February's Conditioner to a retrospective of some of the most engaging and wonderful entries from last year's Fresh 18 winners. Featuring work from Luke Manning, Kristyna Archer, Efrain Sahagun, Alex Noble, Jody Mattioli, Mark Richardson, Andres Marti, Paul Macphail, Jonathan Swecker, Steven Grindler, Domenica Melillo, Edgar Tescum, Alberto Cittone, David Mrugala, Elena Kulikova, Francis Willmann and Ariel Palanzone.

Fabrik Conditioner - February 2019

Wood Bros Vodka

Luke Manning

Luke Manning of Pencil Studio carried the Silver in Packaging forWood Bros small batch single estate Vodka at Fresh 18.

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Kristyna Archer

Archer Studio won the Carbon in Retouching during Fresh 18 for Peepholes, a voyeuristic series exploring abstractions of the bodies' orifices.

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The Martians

Efrain Sahagun

First photo of Mars? Efrain Sahagun won last year’s Carbon Fresh Award in Landscape & Natural for ‘The Martians’.

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The Three of Us

Alex Noble

Alex Noble in 'The Three of Us', a personal exploration into spirituality, identity, cultural and experiential effects of society on my gender representation. Gold in Portraiture in last year's Fresh Future Awards.

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Jody Mattioli

Whimsical fashion in 'Unearthly': Jody Mattioli from Hype Studio shoots for ID Magazine and bags the Silver Fresh Future Award in Fashion last year.

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Mark Richardson

Sometimes you get the opportunity to jump off C4D and bring a design to reality. ark Richardson experiments with laser cut numerals and wins the Carbon in Graphic during last year’s Fresh Future Awards.

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Andres Marti

You can see hints of Baroque and Romanticism in the photographic series by Andres Marti which won the Bronze in the Styling & Jewellery in last year’s Fresh Future Awards. Titled 'Otredad' (Otherness), the work relates to days that one is understood as a whole and other days that that whole is fragmented.

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Back from the Edge

Paul Macphail

Paul Macphail creates 'Back from the Edge' a unique study in creativity and perspective. The fact that it’s shot entirely on a smartphone didn’t deter him from winning last year’s Silver in Sculpture.

Back from the Edge

World of Pixels

Jonathan Swecker

"These shots keep me going in my career and will hopefully inspire others to try to think outside the box." Jonathan on his 'World of Pixels' work which got him the Silver Retouching & Post.

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Lili Ruger

Steven Grindler

Lili Ruger in her shower: A study in portraiture gets the Silver in Portraiture” by Steven Grindler.

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Empty Pool

Domenica Melillo

"Empty pool is the human experience with the emptiness, like the birds, we swim in the air and we move around in a vacuum trying to fill it." Bronze in Reportage for Domenica Melillo.

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Edgar Tescum

Mexicano means Mexican. Mexican is an identity. An identity that is so huge that everybody can understand. Photographer and Creative Director Edgar explores the meaning of identity through fashion. Silver in Styling and Jewellery during Fresh 18 Awards.

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Inhale – Exhale – Inspire – Create

Alberto Cittone
Graphic Designer

It’s more than retouching: Image manipulation is seen by Alberto Cittone as enrichment and growth; a new creative purpose. For his work 'Inhale – Exhale – Inspire – Create' he won the Silver in the Retouching & Post category

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Aurora Borealis, Van Allen Belt, Interstellar Mission

David Mrugala

These audiovisuals display the interactions between Earth's magnetic field, the solar wind and cosmic rays arriving from beyond the solar system. Stunning work by David Mrugala, which won the Bronze in Graphic on Fresh 18 Awards.

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Elena Kulikova

Elena offers a novel approach to fashion stories, capturing WXYZ Jewelry sculptures. Bronze in Styling & Jewellery in Fresh 18 Awards.



Francis Willmann

Francis Willmann performs a study of the human body in glitter and gets the bronze in Makeup Arts.

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Rosa Metalica

Ariel Palanzone
3D Designer

Ariel Palanzone wins Bronze in Sculpture and borrows the words of Jorge Luis Borges to describe his work Rosa Metalica: "O you vermillion, white
Or yellow rose from a garden long erased,
Your immemorial past, by magic placed
In the one present, is this verse's light:
Gold, ivory, or blood, the shades enclose
You, as his fingers once, invisible rose.".⁣⁣

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