I will fear no evil
The Marble Effect
Carved Cover Art
Oldie but goodie
Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett
Knitted Comfort Foods
Guinevere Van Seenus By Theo Wenner
The Last Of Summer
- From The Archives Of Prague Castle 286 views
- One Hundred & Fourteen Years Ago 54 views
- The King’s Library 34 views
- Carpets & Curtains 27 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 26 views
- The Harvard Club 23 views
- Samantha Gradoville By Chas Ray Krider 19 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 16 views
- Kate Moss by Bruce Weber 12 views
- Biblioteca Vasconcelos 12 views
- David Hamilton 12 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 12 views
- More Vee Laroche 12 views
- Miley Cyrus by Mario Testino 11 views
- Kate Moss by Ryan McGinley 10 views
Another one for Alice… …slightly more fine art this time.
A 5’x4″ Polaroid Transfer (Type 59) portrait of muse, writer, activist and porn star Stoya by D.Lavery.
Well, that’s the thought that this 1970 photograph by Werner Bokelberg suggests.
It’ll soon be summer…
Such a sweet water colour painting/illustration underpinning Deborah Koons Garcia’s new documentary movie ‘Symphony Of The Soil’.
This appears to be a successor or sequel to the director’s previous film ‘The Future Of Food’
Via: IMP Awards
I admit that I’m rather looking forward to the movie adaptation of World War Z – ‘Z’ means zombies – starring Brad Pitt (which might suggest that the film’s going to be better than perhaps could have been the case).
I thoroughly enjoyed the book which made much more than one might expect of this usually cheesiest of subjects.
Via: IMP Awards
A profile of the stunning Elizabeth Taylor.
Thank you Iain Claridge for the Monday morning amusement!
What a lovely – and sensually evocative – image from the very nice (but awfully named) Panties Only Tumblr.
Sue Blackwell’s book sculptures are a great distraction from any Monday morning blues.
Photo-realistic oil paintings on canvas, by Chris Stott, 2009-12.
Via: 11cRVN 1969
I live in a converted barn, but in no way such a wonderful space as this one.
Via: Just The Design