Spirit photography, which was the visual representation of America’s nineteenth-century Spiritualist Movement, captured the minds of a country fixated on communicating with the dead.
The exhibition, which runs through October, sees prints of the pair’s work placed in random spots throughout the city. Those who find the photos are encouraged to take them home, totally free.
The October issue of Interview Magazine features the fiercely beautiful Florence Welch. Inside the issue you can find a theatrical photo shoot with this amazing red-headed songbird. Cold colored and contrasted photos supply thrill and mystery to the images.
Elle Mexico inspires us with their ‘Dressed For Success’ photo shoot. Encouraging us not to shy away from colors and mixing and matching textures, the shoot puts a new spin on classic wardrobe staples like the Little Black Dress.
Karl Legerfeld’s works are always different from other creators. He is among the pantheon of fashion gods, so it is no wonder then, that the photographs taken by him for Couture Couture shoot, recently published in Harper’s Bazaar magazine, exude a divinely pure quality.
Spanish fashion photographer Diego Diaz Marin has created this unique and colorful, kaleidoscopic collection of images, titled Gipsy Crisis. Staring Spanish model Fabiolo Gomez.
Elena Kalis is a conceptual underwater photographer who lives on a small island in the Bahamas. Surrounded by the warm ocean, she admittedly utilizes her environment as inspiration for her work.
The first permanent Sergio Rodrigues shop-in-shop, featuring a full range of furniture by the iconic Brazilian designer, including an extensive selection of re-editions available for the first time in the US.
In this recent editorial of Vogue Russia, Mariano Vivanco shoots models Daria Strokous and Vladimir Averyanov in this sensuous and striking collection of photographs.
Slovakian artist Roman Ondák’s project is a living infographic, a plotting of visitors’ heights whose mean will become increasingly apparent over the four months at the Temporary Stedelijk.
We could go on and on about the Faber Castell Artist Pen’s precision and control, but we thought we’d just show you.
Looking at the first of two new fashion editorials from photographer Mariano Vivanco, here we have a shoot from the November style issue of Attitude Magazine, featuring David Gandy.
Robbie Antonio of Century Properties has secured a deal with Hermès to have the first condominium project in the world featuring a selection of Hermès home collections in the amenity and common areas of its latest planned building, Trump Tower Manila™ in Manila, Philippines.
Open House New York (OHNY), the annual citywide event to celebrate New York’s most extraordinary architectural sites, again offered rare access to hundreds of unique spaces this past weekend, October 15–16.
The house is situated in Thorpeness on the Suffolk coast, and replaced an existing building at the site. The house will be a holiday house for rental.
This exciting and daring fashion editorial stars gorgeous model Lauren Rippingham, dressed in a real-life snake, displayed as one of the seasons hottest new accessories. Shot by Henryk Lobaczewsk.
Three seasons into her role as lead designer for Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton still can’t shake Gaia, the all-encompassing mother of Earth, off her back. Perhaps it is that deep affinity Burton has to the mythological roots of feminine dictations that has allowed her to not only carry the weight of her former boss’ legacy so quickly, but has helped to anchor the brand in a vision of feminine strength that women, and buyers, find more accessible.
Anais Pouliot photographed by Slyvie Malfray for All Magazine.
Natasha Poly by Willy Vanderperre for Vogue China.
Fashion photo shoot for the Swedish designer Lisa Väglund.
Taken during 2006-07, within Madrid’s underground club scene, where the powerful combination of the camera and the internet can be seen to dramatic effect, the photographs document, through portraits, a micro-community in many ways reminiscent of the decadent movement of the late 19th century
Simon Birch is an impressive, self-thaught artist and it is a privilege to see how is art has progressed over the years.
We’re not lucky enough to live in Australia. That was the word in our table as we browsed the November 2011 issue of Harper’s Bazaar. This issue is hot, sexy, sleek classic and seductive.
The silent projection runs on a continuous 11 minute loop onto a 13 metre high monolith, it was made using non-digital techniques and is due to run until March 11, 2012.
Krystal Glynn photographed by Nick Hudson for Remix Magazine