I know nothing about this image – other than coming across it on Iain Claridge’s blog – but it’s so evocative of those late sixties happenings in dusty cellars somewhere set to the music of Pink Floyd…
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
…by Paolo Roversi for Another Spring/Summer 2010.
Not the first time that we’ve featured this fabulous architecture; a 1962 photograph by Ezra Stoller of the TWA Terminal at Idlewild Airport, New York (the architect for which was Eero Saarinen).
Via: Lover Of Beauty
At The English Group, we work with the UK’s finest purveyor of china and porcelain, Thomas Goode & Co, and anything interesting from this sector always catches our eye.
A tower of books is encased inside a glass pyramid at this public library that Dutch firm MVRDV have completed in Spijkenisse, the Netherlands.
What could be a better than way to start the week than a happy Kate Moss, photographed by Corrine Day in 1990?
Kate Moss by Mario Testino.
Via: Drops of Devotion
Faye Dunaway makes her brisk entrance into The Thomas Crown Affair in one; Mia Farrow’s Daisy Buchanan peeped out from beneath the sheer brim of one; and a pair of oversized sunglasses accompanied Audrey Hepburn’s in Breakfast At Tiffany’s.
The Hungry Workshop letterpress studio has produced these snazzy glow-in-the-dark business cards for typographer, Luke Lucas.
Made by The Recycled Light Company in Medford, Oregon, this innovative oil lamp is really attractive and unusual. A really bright idea!
I’d like to express my love for Elephant Magazine, here’s some type layouts from issue 5.