Misty Copeland was fast becoming the most famous ballerina in the United States — making the cover of Time magazine, being profiled by “60 Minutes,” growing into a social media sensation and dancing ballet’s biggest roles on some of its grandest stages. But another role eluded her: She was still not a principal dancer.
Casino de Paris
Please Be Upstanding
Nettie by Eduardo Torres
The First Touch Of Light
The Sun Shines Here
A Catalogue of Misfortune
Mert & Marcus
- Farenheit 28 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 24 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 19 views
- Vagina 17 views
- Vee Laroche 13 views
- Paz by Nan Goldin 12 views
- Jamie McCartney: ‘SKIN DEEP’ Exhibition 11 views
- Samantha Gradoville By Chas Ray Krider 11 views
- Young Girl By David Hamilton 10 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 10 views
- Wonder Woman’s Secret Weapons 9 views
- More Kate From Another 9 views
- Charlotte McKinney & Carl’s Jnr 9 views
- Kate Moss In Love 8 views
- Stripped 8 views
I only seem to be posting book covers but I do love this one especially.
Interesting cover for this collection of short stories from The Seed School of Washington.
There was just something quite appealing about this little fella!
A New Zealand chocolate Sardine brand! Simple, effective…
Book cover design by Elena Giavaldi, a designer and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York.
Striking cover for issue 2 of Honne Magazine.
Eating insects may seem like a strange idea to some, but for UK photographer Jonathan Gregson it is a work of art.
Hmm – not bad! Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii
An interpretation by a designer calling themselves ‘Yes I do concept’ to the 36 days project – a typographic challenge – designing a letter or number for each day.
A striking image that I’m afraid I know nothing about.
With a field of these little chaps just behind our studio this little fella, by Ann Balch, caught my eye.