Photograph by Josef Breitenbach. Family at a nudist camp, New Jersey, 1950.
Elizabeth Arden, 1991
Self, Life, Death
The Danish Girl
Five A Day
Selina & Jacs
Fruit & Veg
Tights & Lips
The Fox & The Star
- Charlotte McKinney & Carl’s Jnr 46 views
- Street Theatre 24 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 24 views
- Madonna Hirsute 17 views
- More Vee Laroche 17 views
- Kate Upton’s Zero Gravity Shoot 14 views
- Vee Laroche 14 views
- More Kate From Another 14 views
- Vee Laroche Again 14 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 13 views
- Kate Moss by Bruce Weber 13 views
- Miley Cyrus by Mario Testino 11 views
- Catherine McNeil by Daniel Sannwald 11 views
- Lucian Freud and Kate Moss 11 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 10 views
Russell Patterson, cover design for Ballyhoo, USA. The humor magazine existed between 1931 and 1939.
Arresting layout arrangement on this Czech poster for The Cry as directed by Jaromil Jires (Czechoslovakia, 1963)
The poster designer is Zdenek Ziegler (b. 1932).
Just another of those images that the Iain Claridge blog is so good at offering us…
…a strangely compelling (and sexy) photograph.
Evocative photographs of a Brabham racing car.
Very evocative illustration on this US re-release poster for River Of Grass as directed by Kelly Reichardt (USA, 1993)
The illustrator/atist is Zachary Baldus
Once Upon a White Night by Masaaki Miyazawa , September 15, 1981.
Raise your own chicken, with your own coop! The Breed Retreat Chicken Coop lets you keep your own chickens in your backyard so you can get tastier, sustainable and healthier farm grown eggs. A wonderfully designed house for your hen’s pleasure and delight, so they can breed and retreat, in comfort and harmony.
Caroline Trentini photographed for the Prabal Gurung AW 15.16 campaign by Daniel Jackson.
The Georgian miniatures were normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child. These were usually commissioned for sentimental reasons and were often worn as bracelets, brooches, pendants or rings with richly decorated frames, serving the same emotional need as lockets hiding portraits or locks of hair. This fad started in the late 1700s and miniaturists such as Richard Cosway and George Engleheart were responsible for some of the first pieces.
Pretty illustrated tea packaging from Mike | Creative Mints