I always like the covers for Flair magazine, and this one for Issue 13, the October 2014 issue, is even more cool as it features one of the few genuinely exciting models of the moment, Anja Rubik.
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
Christy Turlington in Africa from the shoot ‘Tropical Whites’ for American Vogue, May 1990. Photographed by Hans Feurer.
Via Djuna Cine
I have a fascination with photographing the birds (and the bugs) which share with me the farm that I live on (as well as at the various hawk conservancies and wildlife parks nearby – yes, I am a geek for all this nature stuff)
This provides an excuse to post this beautiful watercolour illustration of more exotic birds than the UK is able to easily offer me.
It’s from a monograph of the Trogonidae or family of the Trogons, by John Gould, London, 1838.
The world seen from above; realist paintings by New York-based artist Ida Badal.
Packaging for Swiss Caviar by ARD DESIGN SWITZERLAND – Zurich AG, Zurich.
What a fabulously well illustrated film poster for How To Be Loved, directed by Wojciech Has, Poland, 1963.
Super-fabulous editorial in the November 2014 issue of Vogue, featuring model Caroline Trentini photographed by the very great Inez & Vinoodh and styled by the legendary Grace Coddington.
A New Zealand chocolate Sardine brand! Simple, effective…
After over a decade of rifling through flea market boxes and garage sales, art collector Peter J. Cohen has ended up with thousands of vintage photographs dating from the early to mid-twentieth century. Many of the images revealed women riding rodeo horses, sporting men’s coats, and slugging down beers in the most “unladylike fashion” for the time period they were taken in.