The cutest little paper models from Fine Format.
Cover of Hiroshima mon amour by Marguerite Duras. Illustrated by Frédéric Blaimont.
The Michael Hoppen Gallery has unveiled Samantha Roddick’s first artistic project, Hidden Within. Best known as the original founder of the erotic boutique, Coco de Mer, Roddick has long been exploring our cultural relationship to sex.
Rare early scientific photographs are to go on display for the first time alongside significant works they inspired in a major exhibition at Science Museum, London (20 Mar–13 Sep 2015).
Excited to see the cover of Quite Lovely featured in the Cover Junkie archive which is one of The English Group’s favourite blogs.
Via: Cover Junkie
Kate Moss beautifully photographed by Paolo Roversi for W magazine’s April 2015 issue.
I love this watercolour painting of a Peony available from the Blue Shed Studio Etsy shop… I think I may have to purchase one!
Cute image of Marilyn Monroe reading Walt Whitman’s Leaves Of Grass.
New Italo Calvino covers by Peter Mendelsund and Oliver Munday.
It’s kinda interesting – though I don’t really know why – to see all four covers superimposed atop each other.
After relaunching at the weekend, the new Z Magazine aims to delve beneath the surface of all things luxury — whether that be in fashion, travel, architecture or food — with the full weight of NZZ’s 235 year history behind it.
Ferdy Remijn’s animal illustrations, inspired by the animal kingdom.