I don’t quite know how to describe this magazine.
What a beautifully poetic and impactful shot of Olympic High Champion Marjorie Gestring, captured by John Gutmann, 1936.
I have always been a big fan of Nick Knight, one of the world’s most influential photographers and director and founder of SHOWstudio, the fashion and art internet broadcasting channel. I have only just discovered his own standalone site containing a small selection of his breathtaking and eclectic body of work.
Via: Iain Claridge
What a simple and wonderfully original poster for the new movie satirising George W Bush’s time in office – great use of straightforward type (nothing else needed).
‘The Man with the Kaleidoscope Eyes’ at the UK’s Design Museum (10th October – 25th January 2009) is the first UK retrospective featuring the works of the celebrated illustrator and graphic designer Alan Aldridge.
Fabulous attitude from Kate Moss photographed by Mario Testino for Vogue UK, Oct 2008
Some interesting works here by Anthony Gormley. I love how the shape takes hold only when all the rods come together in a carefully thought out way.
Via Anthony Gormley.
The One-77 may look superficially like other Aston Martins but it has a gargantuan 7.3-litre engine generating more than 700bhp, more than any roadgoing Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche.
I know nothing about this photograph (who the photographer is, what it’s for, where it’s from), but think it a fabulous image and wouldn’t it make a great book cover?
An unusually visually literate design for this movie poster for upcoming Batman sequel, The Dark Knight.
Ferry Porsche wanted the car of his dreams. The problem was it didn’t exist. So in 1948 he decided to build it himself.
The English Group, completed project:
Our latest project with photographer – and legendary rockstar – Bryan Adams.