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Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
Lovely cover layout for the Harpers Bazaar magazine July 1949 issue.
Via: Iain Claridge
The English Group: Completed Project
First look at the new brand identity and a suite of engraved or die-stamped business cards for luxury interior design practise 5th Element.
Some indulgent typography on these covers for Homme, a Greek magazine.
Don’t you just love playing the ‘Name The Typeface’ game? haha…. no? Just me?
Here is the cover design for IL magazine’s food issue – before they rejected it – and after the jump you can see what they ran with.
Oh, the joys of advertising in days gone by…
Illustration by Archie Dickens for Pye Radio and Television, c.1950s.
Via: Iain Claridge
To follow on from yesterday’s post revealing the cover of issue two of The Quite Delightful Project’s luxury erotic magazine – the Quite Lovely issue, the follow-up to Quite Frankly – here’s the cover of the monograph that will accompany the new issue.
It’s an essay of exceptionally candid self portraits by photographer Dee Elegia.
You can also see Dee’s work in a new exhibition featuring the works of eight photographers using Impossible Project film which open’s tomorrow at London’s Hoxton Gallery.
The English group: Work-in-progress
Following The English Group’s contribution to the successful launch of The Quite Delightful Project’s luxury erotic publishing venture and their Quite Frankly launch issue, here’s a very first look at the follow-up Quite Lovely.
The cover photography is by Katherine Jane Wood and features The English Group’s Alice Taylor as model.
Very appealing cover layout for the February March 2015 issue of Mr. Porter, featuring actor Adrien Brody photographed by Blair Getz Mezibov
I just love a reading, and for anyone out there without a partner today a good book may offer equally rewarding company.