So simple and yet so clever – the cover design by David Pearson for George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, part of Penguin’s new Great Orwell series.
Work Will Set You Free
The Girl and the Birds
House Of Books
Miss Jennette by Nicolas Guerin
- Farenheit 62 views
- David Hamilton 21 views
- Rafał Karcz 20 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 20 views
- Young Girl By David Hamilton 20 views
- More Kate From Another 16 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 16 views
- Madonna Hirsute 16 views
- Madonna by Mert & Marcus 13 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 13 views
Christopher Robin was a real little boy and Winnie the Pooh a real stuffed bear.
Visual Artist Ann Hamiltons’s major new work titled ‘the event of a thread’ at the Park Avenue Armory, New York.
Spanish born, London-based artist Oriol’s hyper real sketches and blendscapes in coloured pencil and watercolour.
Between food and fashion – for magazine lovers and speakers of Italian – there’s a new publication on the shelves.
Just a couple of Bruno Dayan’s photographs of an altogether appealing red haired model to begin the day.
Always interesting to see Bordelle’s latest underwear designs, and to show the extent to which their styles are evolved (as opposed to being replaced) each season, I also show the A/W 2010 collection beneath.
David Bowie, the first and perhaps most formative of all of my musical obsessions, has celebrated his 66th birthday by releasing a new single, Where Are We Now?, ahead of his first new album in 10 years.
Just a couple of evocative, and quite magical, analog pics from photographer Joanna Pallaris.
To follow on from Marc’s earlier post, here is the video for his latest single, ‘Where Are We Now?’