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The Birds & The Bees
Madonna Back In/On Vogue
Our New American Eagle
Thomas Goode & Co.
Wedding Invitations & Heritage Print
A Knighthood For Don McCullin
Lascivious AW16 | Tara
Alladale Wilderness Reserve
Burberry - Makers House Exhibition
The Review Design & Print Awards
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Here is the cover design for IL magazine’s food issue – before they rejected it – and after the jump you can see what they ran with.
To follow on from yesterday’s post revealing the cover of issue two of The Quite Delightful Project’s luxury erotic magazine – the Quite Lovely issue, the follow-up to Quite Frankly – here’s the cover of the monograph that will accompany the new issue.
It’s an essay of exceptionally candid self portraits by photographer Dee Elegia.
You can also see Dee’s work in a new exhibition featuring the works of eight photographers using Impossible Project film which open’s tomorrow at London’s Hoxton Gallery.
The English group: Work-in-progress
Following The English Group’s contribution to the successful launch of The Quite Delightful Project’s luxury erotic publishing venture and their Quite Frankly launch issue, here’s a very first look at the follow-up Quite Lovely.
The cover photography is by Katherine Jane Wood and features The English Group’s Alice Taylor as model.
We’ve had an affection for model Vee Laroche for quite some while – and have produced a lovely monograph of images of her by super-talented LA-based photographer Darren Ankenman (which you can see here) – so it is with some amusement that we encounter these what I presume to be early portraits by Gordon Denman.
To follow on from our Guess advertising post just a little way down the list, you might forgive yourself (or us) the guilty pleasure of enjoying dear Ms McKinney in this TV ad shot for broadcast during this year’s Superbowl.