Pretty impressed by the image making of Nicolas Gavino.
Lara Stone by Juergen Teller
Penguin Pocket Hardbacks
The Quite Frankly Blog
Ashley Good Pregnant
Karina Fontes by Darren Ankenman
Ed Ross' Ballerina
Positively 4th Street
- Morning Reading 29 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 26 views
- Lara Stone by Juergen Teller 21 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 20 views
- More Kate From Another 16 views
- Kate Moss by Terry Richardson 15 views
- Maxime Ballesteros 15 views
- Quite Frankly Magazine 14 views
- The Vargas Girl 13 views
- Lovely Liv 13 views
The Quite Frankly blog is now live! Here’s the latest post:
“Ed Ross’ carny themed tintypes features in Issue One of Quite Frankly magazine. Just taking a peek at his blog I saw that he’s recently posted these two beautiful images of ballerina Alexa Jordan.”
These weird paintings by Seth Alverson make my stomach churn a little – well I guess it’s Halloween soon. The proportion of some of the body parts and the way he positions them (along with the overly fleshy colour palette) is quite disturbing!
Works by Melbourne-based artist/designer Jack Vanzet.
Love this fun picture of Angelina Jolie by Bettina Rheims for Details Magazine May 1994.
Hunter S. Thompsons’s illustrator, Ralph Steadman, draws the breaking bad cast. To celebrate the upcoming release of Breaking Bad’s limited-edition Blu-ray DVDs, Vince Gilligan – the show’s creator – teamed up with illustrator Ralph Steadman, of Hunter S. Thompson fame, for an original twist on the famously bad characters. Six characters were illustrated to create six different covers, representing each season of the show.
Heinrich Vogeler’s drawings for the 1911 German version of Oscar Wilde’s Fairy Tales.
What a bold teaser poster for Ron Howard’s upcoming movie In The Heart Of The Sea (USA, 2014).
…one of those situations where the poster alone makes you want to see the movie.
1965 Polish poster for To Kill A Mockingbird, directed by Robert Mulligan (USA, 1962), that serves this classic film well.
Designer: Bronislaw Zelek (b. 1935)
If you’re in France this weekend visit one of the Quite Frankly photographers Fabrice Mabillot’s exhibition ‘Filles’. The exhibition runs from From October 16th to November 1st from 2pm to 7pm.
The Little Black Gallery is selling copies of Kate Moss, Decending, 2007 by Mike Figgis at £900 before the price increases on 25th October 2014 to £1,250.00.
Details are below if you want to snap one up!