Photographer and publisher Rankin is set to launch his new biannual magazine The Hunger and its digital counterpart, thehungertv.com later this week. The debut issue features interviews with a host of creative types (Plan B shown above), many of which have been shot by Rankin and those portraits re-imagined by illustrator Von…
The magazine launches tomorrow but Von’s given us a sneak preview of his series of portraits. Here’s our pick:
Actor Ashley Walters
Inbetweeners actress Emily Head
New York jewelery designer Pamela Love
Von himself has been shot by Rankin and interviewed for The Hunger’s website at hungertv.com. We look forward to seeing a copy when it’s out later this week.
See more of Von’s work at hellovon.com
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