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
Another animated GIF illustration from the Kama Sutra alphabet that we have featured previously and which you can see here.
Via: I Think From Here
Another photographic essay from LA based friend of The English Group, Darren Ankerman, photographing Sylvia Elizabeth for Purple Diary.
As you may know, we have previously worked with Darren to create a monograph of his images of voluptuous model Vee Laroche, which you can see here.
Via: Purple Diary
The English Group: Work-in-progress.
The English Group: Work-In-Progress:
To answer all those emails requesting a progress update for the Quite Frankly magazine project, here are a few Instagrams from my day at Opal printers passing on press the printing of the first sections of the magazines.
When the news was announced that American Apparel was firing its CEO and founder, Dov Charney, many people hoped the company would mix ups its advertising strategy, ditching the controversial pictures of half-naked young women in favour of something a little less derogatory. However, in an interview with AdWeek, director of marketing at AA, Ryan Holiday, made it clear that wasn’t the case.
Years ago, people used to love the photographs of David Hamilton and he sold books in the thousands. Then, there grew a sense of disquiet about his use of very young girls in his imagery and he very quickly slipped out of fashion.
In amongst the (entirely understandable and justifiable) fuss though, he also created some truly beautiful images that were always more sensual and seductive than they were sexual.
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.
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.
Working on a project that is itself decidedly adult – though more towards erotica than porn (which you can register for more information about here) – I was intrigued to see how the altogether porn focused Porn Hub was exploring ways that it might advertise its own product.