I rather like the clean layout and simplicity of this portrait of Kate Winslet on the cover of the new issue of The Wall Street Journal Magazine
The Review Design & Print Awards
Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
‘Obsessions’ is a rather fabulous and often cheeky editorial photographed by Harley Weir for Self Service No.43 FW 2015.
I more and more like the work of this photographer with each new essay I see.
One of my highlights at this year’s Decorex was meeting Nadia-Anne Ricketts, Founder of BeatWoven, who creates amazingly intricate fabrics which are in fact translated refrains from music woven into beautiful yarn.
Body Of Art is an eagerly anticipated book from Phaidon celebrating ‘the beautiful and provocative ways artists have represented, scrutinized and utilized the body over centuries’:
I love this concept of using two cover designs one after the other (page 1 and page 3) for the new issue of Zeit Magazin.
Zeit Magazin actually carries this concept every week and this creates an excellent opportunity to give more depth to their cover stories.
Why is that the worst films often have the best film posters.
This one for horror film ‘The Forest‘ is a good example.
I am usually fascinated with new portraits of Jessica Chasten and often similarly interested in new photography by Steven Klein. These portraits though for W magazine’s November 2015 issue are perhaps an example of trying too hard for too little effect.
…I kinda like this one though.
You can see the magazine cover after the jump, and the rest across at Fashioncopious.
I bought this book for Katherine at the weekend – the only person I know who can spend an evening reading about relativity, event horizons, and suchlike – and it really does have the most exquisite cover design.
Seven Brief Lessons On Physics is by Carlo Rovelli and it’s uncoated paper cover features both a plate-sunk recess for the title text and a lovely use of foil-blocking.
As soon as I saw the book I knew that this would be the best film ever…
Impressively distinctive cover layout for the launch issue of Keith magazine.
With a super-strong set of features, a ferocious glare and a face that rarely breaks into a smile, Lisa Verberght is the epitome of eerie-cool, her intensity a perfect match for the kind of fashion one would describe as unusual, sometimes a little bit weird, other times just different.