Amidst research into a new project for our client Armorial (who specialise in heritage print including engraving) I came across a different type of engraving called drypoint engraving. It is done with a needle and is more popular with a person trained in drawing, as using the needle is not dissimilar to using a pen or pencil. I love this wonderfully detailed engraving of a tree but unfortunately I don’t know who the artist is.
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
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- Hendrick’s Quinetum 99 views
- Rafał Karcz 57 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 48 views
- More Kate From Another 44 views
- Helena Christensen by Mario Testino 39 views
- Anja Rubik by Paola Kudacki 34 views
- Kate Moss by Terry Richardson 32 views
- Vee Laroche Again 29 views
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Lovely front cover by Jennifer Heuer.
The Ambassador’s Wife is a novel about the kidnapping of an American woman living with her diplomat husband in the Middle East.
Via: Jennifer Heuer
What a beautiful visual treat!
Illuminated lettering and calligraphy adorning an envelope from 1868.
Scribner’s moved into their twelve-story Fifth Avenue, NYC, headquarters in May of 1913, with a three-level bookstore facing the street.
Detail of a drawing for an unreleased Monotype typeface, 1935.
I went to see Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar yesterday evening.
The latest issue of So It Goes magazine is out and features a great cover featuring actor Dane DeHaan photographed by Guy Aroch.
A very pregnant Julia Kosheleva photographed by Harley Weir for the cover of SSAW magazine.
Louis Jou’s illustration of Sonnets by Pierre de Ronsard, including the Fleuron, 1927. Paris.
Via: Design Is Fine