The Review Design & Print Awards
Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
Model Caroline Kristiansen photographed by Stefano Fabbri.
When Griffith Jenkins Griffith purchased the land on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in 1882, he envisioned bringing a park of European grandeur to Los Angeles. The renowned industrialist and philanthropist, who had emigrated from Wales to the United States in his teenage years, sought to elevate the living quality of his adopted city by providing its residence with a ‘place to rest and relax’ away from the city. Today, Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in North America, spanning over 4000 acres; it covers the eastern edge of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Just a few examples of the extensive portfolio of Ukranian photographer, Valeria Lazareva.
Glenn Wolk recently published a project that showcases all of the work he’s done with Arrow Shirts / Cluett and Peabody. Vintage labels and packaging is a great source of inspiration for typography, layout and colour.
Check out the entire body of work on Behance.
Having watched ‘The Whale’ on BBC over Xmas, telling the true story of the event that inspired Melville to write his classic tale of one man and a whale, Moby Dick, here’s an opportunity to view five rather great illustrations of that particular fabled beast.
Just one of those beautiful shots that one bumps into when wandering the web.
This time it’s an image by Glen Luchford shot for Prada’s Autumn/Winter 1997 campaign.
Via: My Tingle Factor
Another rather lovely essay, shot in California at Newport Beach, by photographer Darren Ankenman.
Via: Purple Diary
Simple, Elegant handwritten foiled save-the-dates on blush paper.