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Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
Originally slated for March, but due to a leak the new album is available now in UK’s iTunes store and other countries in the next 24 hours.
Katherine and I went to see a screening of Whiplash yesterday evening, and can’t recommend the film enough.
It’s simply fabulous, and do go see it.
Here’s a few of the movie’s film posters.
The days of classic album cover design are long gone, and this effort for a compilation of long forgotten Auber-disco king Jean-Marc Cerrone’s latest release doesn’t really help matters much.
…even if it does raise a smile.
You can see more of Cerrone’s discreet offerings after the jump.
Valentin Leonida has created this packaging design for a box that holds a full collection of classical music stored on ‘crystal sticks technology’.
On his Behance profile he explains the sticks as a “New sound that will reveal subtle melodies you never knew existed. Hope that curiosity will drive you in the world of crystal sound!”
A little heavy for a Wednesday morning? But this video is raw, cold with a poetic narrative. The video by Rag ‘N’ Bone Man is directed by Truman & Cooper and features Vince Staples.
For those of us that still care – and, I admit it, I probably still do – here’s the oh so controversial images of Madonna photographed by Mert & Marcus for the upcoming issue of Interview magazine.
There’s a lot of fuss in the press over Madonna’s new shoot for the latest issue of Interview magazine, wherein she looks rather magnificent at the age of 56, photographed by Mert & Marcus, semi-naked and topless.
I”ve long been a fan of the visual output of the independent record label 4AD, and especially the consistently creative visual language achieved in their collaboration with their designer Vaughn Oliver. So, as soon as a history of the label, written by Martin Aston, was announced, I was off to Amazon to order my copy (which arrived this morning).
This little video has been recommended by the always inspiring Iain Claridge.