Beautiful cover designs from Oliver Munday.
The Scarf Gallery
Iain Claridge Features Quite Frankly
Fat Friday Feline
Mortimer of the Maghreb
2015 Pirelli Calendar
The Story of Moondog
- Candice Huffine by Camilla Akrans 105 views
- Wonder Woman’s Secret Weapons 23 views
- Rafał Karcz 13 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 11 views
- Jessica Biel by Frank W. Ockenfels 11 views
- Young Girl By David Hamilton 9 views
- Dana Does American Apparel 8 views
- Paul Villinski’s Beer Can Butterflies 8 views
- Madonna Hirsute 8 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 7 views
Front and back cover of Jock New York magazine, November 1969.
A rare gem in American, and particularly New York sports history, Jock New York magazine has been all but forgotten. It lasted only 8 issues from 1969 to 1970, but despite it’s troubles, Jock was truly the first “sports lifestyle” magazine that featured beautiful photography and writing from the best sports journalists of the time.
The model Saskia De Brauw always captures my attention, so when she’s also photographed by fave photographer Ryan McGinley, for V magazine No.92, the results are pretty much certain to be arresting.
I”ve long been a fan of the visual output of the independent record label 4AD, and especially the consistently creative visual language achieved in their collaboration with their designer Vaughn Oliver. So, as soon as a history of the label, written by Martin Aston, was announced, I was off to Amazon to order my copy (which arrived this morning).
I was a little disappointed though to now discover that there’s a Limited Edition version which I can’t seem to track down anywhere. (Which you can see after the jump.
We all know how much we love cats at TEG. I think this guy is awesome!
A submission from our friend at Tail Of Wood- because she knows Marc’s taste all too well…
I think this book cover design for Neil McGregor’s ‘Germany: Memories Of A Nation’ is really rather fine.
Latest cover for La Luna De Metropoli, with a design to complement the release of Christoper Nolan’s Interstellar on to cinema screens.
I’m really not sure – yet – what this new documentary is all about, but I’m intrigued.
Here’s the US poster for White God which is directed by Kornél Mundruczó (Hungary, 2014)