— Control Yourself

Actress Melissa Gilbert, along with Chloe Hayward and Elettra Wiedermann, star as trussed up and put down models backstage at a catwalk show in Agent Provocateurs latest and increasingly sophisticated promotional videos.

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— Neroli Portofino by Tom Ford

We’ve posted Tom Ford’s raunchy advertising before, so there’s our excuse for showcasing model Josephine Skriver in Tom Ford ‘Neroli Portofino‘ campaign as photographed by Jeff Burton.


You can check out some of Tom Ford’s other well-judged campaign work here.

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— Hipster Animal Beards

I’ve suddenly started to appreciate the hipster beard and I’d even go as far as to say I’m slightly attracted to it – a few years too late, I know – and I also LOVE animals. So this is a pretty great combination. I’d certainly welcome a possum clinging to my face.


The photos are part of New Zealand shaver brand Schick’s #FreeYourSkin campaign, which encourages men to hack away at their excessive facial hair.


According to them, hipster beards have gotten out of control and many men’s facial hair has now ‘gone feral’.


Via: Huffington Post



— Map Of A Woman’s Heart

Diagrams of a woman’s heart for a tobacco advertisement in 1877: Woman’s Heart Tobacco Advertisement.

And c. 1833–1842: Map of the Open Country of a Woman’s Heart by D. W. Kellogg.


Via: Retronaut


— A Month In The Movies

With a month away from this scrapbook – blog, journal, whatever you might wish to label it – it seems a good idea to catch up on some of movie poster designs across that period that have had design sensibility enough to arrest my attention.


The first is Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West, and you can see many more after the jump.

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— How To Engage With Classical Music

A clever and controversial piece of advertising by Raf Reyntjens from content agency Caviar Brussels. Dvorak is an advert he made for B-Classic to encourage listeners to engage with classical music, specifically in this case Czech composer Antonin Dvorak’s 9th Symphony, which was composed 120 years ago.

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