— Andie Dinkin

Andie Dinkin is a Brooklyn based freelance artist and illustrator. Her mixed-media approach shows her broad mix of talents from drawing and painting to lithography and engraved etchings. I lover her vintage party scenes which are so detailed that it appears almost textural.

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— Breathless

A rather fabulous illustrated 1961 UK mini quad poster for Breathless, directed of course by Jean-Luc Godard (France, 1960).

 

The poster’s designer was Peter Strausfeld (1910-1980).

 

Via: Movie Poster Of The Day

— New Book Covers

Here’s a selection of fine new book cover designs. You can see considerably more across at The Casual Optimist.

 

The first is Unbuttoning America by Ardis Cameron; design by Kimberly Glyder; illustration by Al Moore (Cornell University Press / May 2015) 

 

For those too young to know, in the mid-sixties Peyton Place was a huge best selling novel in the States and one of the first seminal American TV series, and this new book taking a glance towards the phenomenon is likely to offer an interesting read.

 

You can see more of my own preferred cover designs after the jump:

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— Anouk Griffioen

This collection of charcoal drawings is by Anouk Griffioen, she live and works in Rotterdam. Anouk usually starts her works with a sketch, then moves onto charcoal to complete her illustrations.

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— Zeit Magazine

Art from Marlene Dumas stars this weeks cover Zeit magazine from Germany

 

I love this cover concept by using two covers after each other (page 1 and page 3).

 

Zeit Magazin carries this concept each week and this creates an excellent opportunity to give more depth to their coverstories.

 

Via: CoverJunkie

Art, Marlene Dumas, cover, Zeit magazine, Germany, magazine cover, illustration, painting, artist

— Shi zhu zhai shu hua pu

This is the World’s oldest multicolour printed book opened and digitized for the first time.

 

Until now, Shi zhu zhai shu hua pu (Manual of Calligraphy and Painting), was deemed too fragile to be opened, let alone viewed by the public.

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— The Cry

Arresting layout arrangement on this Czech poster for The Cry as directed by Jaromil Jires (Czechoslovakia, 1963)

 

The poster designer is Zdenek Ziegler (b. 1932).

 

Via: Movie Poster Of The Day

Czech, poster, THE CRY, Jaromil Jires, Czechoslovakia, 1963, designer, Zdenek Ziegler, b. 1932, film poster, movie poster, layout, krik