Ukranian photographer Maxim Dondyuk’s series The Crimea Sich captures a young Cossack military-patriotic camp in the throes of breaking in recruits. An uncomfortable blend of childhood innocence and savage training, the photographs concentrate on the bond between the boys.
Seven Brief Lessons On Physics
I Love Illustration
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies
Lisa Verberght by Hicham Riad
The Squatty Potty
Apparently Gigi Hadid's Fat
The Double Life of Liliane
Catherine McNeil by Bryan Adams
Nicole Kidman by Fabien Baron
Zuzanna Bijoch by Paola Kudacki
- Rafał Karcz 27 views
- Samantha Gradoville By Chas Ray Krider 19 views
- More Vee Laroche 17 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 16 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 14 views
- Henrik Purienne 13 views
- Mirror Images 12 views
- Anna De Rijk By Sebran D’Argent 12 views
- Anja Rubik by Paola Kudacki 11 views
- Young Girl By David Hamilton 10 views
- Kate Upton’s Zero Gravity Shoot 10 views
- Darren Ankenman 10 views
- La Vie En Rose 10 views
- Carpets & Curtains 10 views
- Kara Neko By Jenny Woods 10 views
To satisfy our ongoing fascination with Limited Edition books Taschen have just produced a David Bowie monograph signed by photographer Mick Rock.
Alice’s purfect magazine!
Via: Puss Puss magazine
Saskia de Brauw by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia September 2015.
Face Time with Miley Cyrus & Mert Alas for Interview Magazine.
What a truly exquisite staircase design by Gustave Moreau.
Via: Iain Claridge
Here’s seven of eight new covers for the new issue of Interview magazine starring Madonna, Victoria Beckham, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian West and Zayn Malik.
Here’s a selection of fine new book cover designs. You can see considerably more across at The Casual Optimist.
The first is Unbuttoning America by Ardis Cameron; design by Kimberly Glyder; illustration by Al Moore (Cornell University Press / May 2015)
For those too young to know, in the mid-sixties Peyton Place was a huge best selling novel in the States and one of the first seminal American TV series, and this new book taking a glance towards the phenomenon is likely to offer an interesting read.
You can see more of my own preferred cover designs after the jump:
I don’t know much about this new Norwegian movie, but here’s the international poster for BLIND (directed by Eskil Vogt, 2014).
…I do find it somewhat intriguing.
The poster designer is Handverk