This Sunday’s LA Times Magazine features a portrait of Kim-Maree Penn by ArtwingNY‘s Eric Ray Davidson. A star of Asian action pictures, a World Karate Champion and an entrepreneur that own her own security company in Asia.
Last night Paolo Zampolli celebrated his birthday at the white hot Provocateur. Paolo celebrated his birthday the same way he lives his life-BIG. Complete with 8 ft. cardboard cutouts of himself, a birthday cake with his face on it, mini cupcakes everywhere and a performance by Daniel Merriweather. Others seen in the immense crowd included: Amanda Ungaro, Carson Griffith, Grace Gomez-Brea, Naeem Delbridge, Mike Satsky, Paul Oakenfeld, AJ Calloway, Mike Heller, Michelle Norkett and many more. (photos by Jerritt Clark at WireImage)
A little birdy saw “Tins” on a flight from New York to LA-just in time for the Oscars. Oddly enough the self proclaimed “socialite” was riding in coach with the rest of the unwashed masses. We don’t think there’s anything wrong with flying coach, we usually do. But when a show that you’re starring in called HIGH SOCIETY is about to premiere, you should be pretty careful the image that your present to the public. Just a thought….
The 2010 Vancouver Olympics ended last night. For hockey the ending came with a big bang, when Canada prevailed in OT over the USA, while the closing ceremonies held no such excitement. The closing ceremonies featured famous Canadian icons in full blimp size including mounties, maples leafs, beavers and moose and featured dull-non humorous speeches from “famous” Canadian celebrities (almost an oxymoron). Those celebs Canadians included William Shatner, Michael J. Fox, Catherine O’Hara and a mountie clad Michael Buble, lip syncing with the best of them. The rest of the world was most likely glad to bid this Olympic a fond farewell, and not just for the cringe worthy closing ceremonies, more likely they wanted to get out of Dodge, since the USA won 37 total medals and Canada won 14 Gold Medals, both Olympic Records. See you in 2012!
So the Hangover hunk and (Spoiler Alert) half of the token gay couple in Valentine’s Day, the always adorable Bradley Cooper by Rodolfo Martinez @ ArtwingNY.
Artwing‘s Ron Reeve’s joined the fight against fakes in this month’s Harper’s Bazaar.
We keep on shooting celebrities from TV shows we unfortunately never watch. Today’s is another example featuring television’s The Mentalist which features Simon Baker in what we assume is the title role. We of course recognize Mr. Baker from his frequent movie appearances. The photos are by Artwing‘s own Rodolfo Martinez.
ArtwingNY along with photographer Koji Yano has shot the John Hardy Jewelry campaign for 4 seasons so far…