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
Lascivious’ Autumn/Winter 2012 lingerie pieces don’t just look good; they’re fire that fuels the erotic imagination. Cheeky cutaways expose body parts in reverse, and the clean, modern design means fabrics hug the skin in the most flirtatious of ways.
Great simple and stylish cover for March 2012 Harper’s Bazaar.
…and a little more stylishly chic an image than one has come to expect for Terry Richardson.
Via: Iain Claridge
Daito Manabe uses his friends Muryo Honma, Setsuya Kurotaki, Motoi Ishibashi & Seiichi Saito in this video which see’s how electric shocks can have such accurate control over the human face.
There’s a degree of impeccability to the composition and contrast of Emin Kadi’s black and white photos. The fair hair and milky skin of model Madeleine could get lost against the colourless backdrop of the shoot, but while the pitch black clothing stands out first and foremost, Kadi ensures that never happens.
On 24th March a monumental exhibition of the great photographer’s work will open at the Grand Palais in Paris. It is the first show since his death in 2004 and over 230 photographs will be presented.
Helmut Newton is one of The English Group Marc Carter’s favourite photographers and is considered one of the most important photographers of the twentieth century who has photographed some of the most beautiful women in the world.
Working as a designer and Creative Director, I’m all to aware of the power of provocative imagery…
…or, as is often said, ‘sex sells’.
A lovely little GIF of two wonderful things…
When I read the description of this image, I couldn’t help but laugh:
…resembling an exhibitionist mixed leaf salad, the Devil’s Flower Mantis (Idolomantis diabolica) is the Lady Gaga of praying manti..!
German poster for Repulsion, starring Catherine Deneuve and directed by Roman Polanski, UK, 1965
The artist illustrating this poster was Jan Lenica (1928-2001).
…oh, Roman Polanski is 80 years old today.