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Arts & Culture

Thursday, October 23rd 2014
by Daniel Haim

Spanish actress Penélope Cruz takes over the pages of Vogue June 2011 issue, photographed by Mario Testino.

by Daniel Haim

Joe started to work on this image back in 2010. It is 8ft across & 5ft high. In these photos.

by Daniel Haim

Ali Lagarde photographed by Manolo Campion for the Summer 2011 issue of Tush.

by Daniel Haim

Greg Kadel and Eniko Mihalik collaborate for the May 2011 issue of Vogue Italy.

by Daniel Haim

If you’re looking for that mixture between fine art and modern art then you need to check this out.

by Daniel Haim

The Lindas and Kates of the ’90s have morphed into the Liu Wen’s and Fei Feis of today, meet the four Asian supermodels laying the fashion world at their feet.

by Daniel Haim

There is a heavy difference between those who like cool typography, like me, and those who actually understand it, to those who collect archives and design styles. Here’s something for everyone.

by Daniel Haim

From Kate Moss to.. Constance Jablonski, the new David Yurman campaign photographed by Peter Lindbergh.

by Daniel Haim

Fashion photography at it’s finest. Malgosia Bela posing in just a Gucci belt to Daniel & Iango.

by Daniel Haim

The Promotion Factory announces ‘our terrace is your terrace’ to bloggers from New York City. Starting May 25th the company will let bloggers, such as Bloginity use their terrace as their offices.

by Brian Willett

MoMA is celebrating motion pictures all summer long, and we’re not talking about The Hangover: Part 2. Instead, MoMA visitors will find professionally curated film exhibitions housed in each of the museum’s three theaters. As with all MoMA exhibitions, the film features range widely in topic — from celebrating Ireland to the individual achievements of Kathryn Bigelow — but do not range in quality, as all are immensely impressive. Here’s a look at Bloginity’s favorite upcoming film exhibitions at MoMA.

by Daniel Haim

Arizona Muse graces the new pages ofr Gravure, photographed by Tiago Molinos she’s a stunning individual.

by Daniel Haim

Artists risk everything to create. They risk failure. They risk rejection. They risk public criticism. But artists like Ai Weiwei, who come from places that do not value and protect free speech, risk even more than that.

by Daniel Haim

Lady Gaga covers V #71 “The Asian Issue”, featuring a full editorial where Elton John interviews Lady Gaga.

by Samantha Kate Jourdan

This revolutionary shoot by the mighty duo that are Mi-Zo had FACTORY311‘s eyes mesmerized when they sent it over to us on a foggy afternoon in London town.

by Daniel Haim

Our discovery of Signe Vilstrup’s cover shoot for Elle Denmark is just the beginning of the love we share for Julie Rode.

by Daniel Haim

Lindsay Lohan is all ‘vampired’ up in a new photo shoot by celebrity artist Tyler Shields.

by Daniel Haim

Israeli model Bar Refaeli covers the May 2011 issue of GQ Italy topless, ‘WAR’.

by Daniel Haim

“This house belongs to an old man who has only ever left the island once – to go to war. And each time I pass his house on my way home to Edinburgh I think about how much I want to stay. And how one day I just might.”

by Samantha Kate Jourdan

It’s rad that photographers send their work through to us, especially when we come across a little gem like Jacopo Moschin. Jacopo‘s new shoot for Icon Magazine has demonstrated in this indulgent and elegant story with the divine Vanessa Hessler what he is really about.

by Daniel Haim

The shoot, entitled ‘Color Extremes’, photographed by Sergi Pons of Motif Management for ‘View of the Times’ new issue.

by Daniel Haim

On a summer day in Grottagile in Italy, Slinkachu – a street artist, who puts together tiny street art installations a project name “What Brings Us Together and What Keeps Us Apart” took place.

by Daniel Haim

Mert & Marcus reveal their tools of the trade in all new issue of Industries magazine. The portrait of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott is a self portrait, revealing that they both carry the same tattoo as Kate Moss.

by Daniel Haim

David Spriggs work focuses on 3D artwork, painting on layers of clear glass. The work revolves mainly around explosive imagery and distorted figures using colored pencil on tinted glass.

by Daniel Haim

Cindy Crawford graces Vogue Mexico’s new issue dressed in pieces from Louis Vuitton, Gucci to Burberry Prorsum. The 90s supermodel, still has it.