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
Four starkly elegant covers for the latest edition of Hunger magazine.
Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio designed this bookshelf-lined house in Osaka for a collector of books on Islamic history, designing a structure where books could line every surface.
A lovely sunny picture on a not so sunny day.
Come back Mr.Sun!
Via: National Honey
If you think you’ve never seen this poster for William Wellman’s 1931 The Public Enemy before, it’s with good reason. Unseen for decades, it was discovered last fall, along with about 30 others posters from the same era, in an attic in Pennsylvania. The Berwick Discovery, as it is known, is described below by Grey Smith, Director of Heritage Vintage Movie Poster Auctions, who will be auctioning the posters on March 23, as “the most exciting find of my 35 years in the business.”
A general selection of covers for books published in June 2014. No sense yet as to whether any of these would be good enough to feature in any end of year ‘Best of…’ list.
The first one looks a dead cert for Alice though:
Because of various projects that The English group are working on at the moment, I have developed a compulsive fascination with distinctive lingerie (or maybe I just love beautiful underwear anyway), so here’s an opportunity to view a selection from Hopeless’s Autumn/Winter 2013 range ‘Phases’.
This blog has always has an – as yet unexplained fascination with photography of pregnant women.
As a tribute to the 77 people that were killed on 22 July, 2011, during a car bomb attack in Oslo and a massacre at a youth event on the island of Utøya, Norway will be making an 11-foot cut through the headland at Tyrifjorden.