For his graduation project, Bob Schiller wanted to design a bicycle that could be both built and used in the Netherlands – a country with a rich cycling tradition and manufacturing history.
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
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- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 22 views
- Lara Stone by Juergen Teller 22 views
- More Kate From Another 18 views
- Kate Moss by Terry Richardson 16 views
- Quite Frankly Magazine 16 views
- Maxime Ballesteros 16 views
- Miley Cyrus by Mario Testino 15 views
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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.”
Super-fabulous editorial in the November 2014 issue of Vogue, featuring model Caroline Trentini photographed by the very great Inex & Vinoodh and styled by the legendary Grace Coddington.
I absolutely love this 60s/early 70s vibe and want to own/wear every outfit shown here.
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.
As an inveterate book person, I am rather taken with this weeks cover for New Yorker magazine.
I always like the covers for Flair magazine, and this one for Issue 13, the October 2014 issue, is even more cool as it features one of the few genuinely exciting models of the moment, Anja Rubik.
I’ve always had an interest in underwater nudes – don’t know why – but it does prompt me to dig out a few of my own from years ago (Which I shall do soon),
These two though are by Alistair Taylor Young and Katlyn Lacoste.
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.