Ok – talent level 1000 here! Nope, these aren’t black & white photos. They are actually photo-realistic drawings by Malaysian artist Monica Lee using graphite pencils.
La Luna De Metropoli
Melissa Tofton Leather
The Lark Lover
Josephine de la Baume For AP
Josephine de la Baume
The Great Migration
Drunk in Autumn
Naomi Campbell & Agent Provocateur
Photo-realistic Drawings | Monica Lee
- David Hamilton 28 views
- Young Girl By David Hamilton 27 views
- Jessica Biel by Frank W. Ockenfels 23 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 22 views
- Madonna by Mert & Marcus 15 views
- Josephine de la Baume For AP 10 views
- More Kate From Another 10 views
- Dana Does American Apparel 10 views
- Crystal Renn by Norman Jean Roy 10 views
- Wonder Woman’s Secret Weapons 9 views
Trude Rein’s fashion illustrations; detailing Antonio Castillo, 1965. Dior 1960. Balmain 1961. Ricci, Dior, Lanvin, Balmain, 1960.
Margaret Horan, Ziegfeld Girl, in front of a poster for Wildness of Youth (1922), photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston.
Via: Iain Claridge
The Illustrated Letter Project by Steve Mitchell has began on Behance where you can see the set of an initial four different letterforms – &, A, S & J.
The wood engravings of Gertrude Hermes, England (18 August 1901 – 9 May 1983).
The first is Mistletoe, 1930.
Who knew …an essential, clearly!
Trees are so passé.
Frank X. Leyendecker’s cover artwork for a 1922 issue of Life magazine.
Via: Design is Fine
Pregnant Nicole Trunfio photographed by Simon Upton for Harper’s Bazaar Australia January 2015.
Quite delightfully sensual image of Larissa Hofmann photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Germany, December 2014.
Via: Iain Claridge
The record for the most expensive photograph in the world has been smashed by the sale of ‘Phantom’ by fine art photographer Peter Lik.
It sold for a staggering $6.5 million to a private collector, making it the most expensive photograph in history. The purchase also included his photos “Illusion” and “Eternal Moods” which sold for $2.4 million and $1.1 million, respectively. Taking the total sale up to a whopping $10 million.
I was a bit sceptical about this and initially, I must admit, I did not like the dress on a purely aesthetic level. However from reading about the technology and watching the video (scroll to the bottom) I’m intrigued and very impressed. This is certainly a fascinating and new subject and watching them unearth the dress like an archeological discovery has made me appreciate it’s beauty.