— Raymond Savignac’s Film Posters

One of France’s most beloved and recognizable poster designers, Raymond Savignac (1907-2002) created some 600 posters over a 50 year career, working almost exclusively in advertising.


His simple, whimsical, colorful designs, reminiscent of children’s book illustrations, famously promoted Dunlop, Bic, Perrier, Air France, Cinzano and many other companies with an ineffable charm and wit.


As far as I can tell, he designed only ten movie posters during his career, all of which I have gathered here.

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— The Very Best Of Cerrone

The days of classic album cover design are long gone, and this effort for a compilation of long forgotten Auber-disco king Jean-Marc Cerrone’s latest release doesn’t really help matters much.


…even if it does raise a smile.


You can see more of Cerrone’s discreet offerings after the jump.

— Jen Davis

Jen Davis is a Brooklyn-based photographer who has captured a decade of self-portraiture touching delicately on beauty, body image and identity.  I really love her honest and raw revealings which are beautifully captured in an almost dream-like state.

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— What Youth

Great cover on issue six of this quarterly magazine …three-year-old legendary surfer Christian Fletcher photographed by his dad Herbie Fletcher in 1974.


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— Criterion Designs

I’ve just ordered this on Amazon and genuinely can’t wait for it to arrive.


The Criterion Collection produce the most beautifully packaged collections of classic or otherwise worthy films on DVD or Blu-Ray, with graphic design always taken very seriously.