I think this book cover design for Neil McGregor’s ‘Germany: Memories Of A Nation’ is really rather fine.
Helena Christensen by Mario Testino
The Magazine Of Art Cover
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 241 views
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- Rafał Karcz 60 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 48 views
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- Helena Christensen by Mario Testino 39 views
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- Kate Moss by Terry Richardson 32 views
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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)
I have to be honest, I really don’t get what the fuss is all about with so many of the vacuous fame-obsessed personalities that we seem to pre-occupy ourselves with…
…but, here’s a glimpse at the photography behind the latest cover for Paper magazine.
These previously unpublished prints by Magnum photographers are on sale for a very limited time: 10th – 14th November! The prints are signed, museum quality 6 x 6″ at $100 each or $2,850 for a complete box set.
“Magnum photographers searched their attics, basements and hard drives, looking for photographs that they have always liked, but for one reason or another, have gone unpublished and/or unnoticed. Each chose a single image to rescue from oblivion.”
Dawid Cmok has created this very cool clothing store branding for the concept store ‘Marta’ including the logotype variants, letterheads, envelopes, visiting cards, folders, patterns, identity book and accessories.
Via: Inspiration Hut
J. B. Silvestre’s , Alphabet Album, 1843. France.
A book with lots of lettering.
On-line via archive.org
Loïe Fuller (January 15, 1862 – January 1, 1928) was a pioneer of both modern dance and theatrical lighting techniques.
Fuller began her theatrical career as a professional child actress and later choreographed and performed dances in burlesque (as a skirt dancer), vaudeville, and circus shows. An early free dance practitioner, Fuller developed her own natural movement and improvisation techniques. Fuller combined her choreography with silk costumes illuminated by multi-coloured lighting of her own design.
One for Katherine!
Spectacular macro photographs of insect eyes by Yudy Sauw.
Via: But Does It Float
The English Group: Completed Project
It’s great to see one of The English Group’s designs featured on Nas Capas, one of our favourite blogs.
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The new issue of IDN magazine looks like one that I shall have to order.
We are immersed in patterns at the moment, so this could be useful.