Alexa Meade has innovated a Trompe-L’Oeil painting technique that can perceptually compress three-dimensional space into a two-dimensional plane.
1 of 8 posters for the new “Rare Print” Ray-Ban campaign. The product is a special limited edition of Ray-Ban Glass, with various pattern printed all around.
From June 17 to October 2, 2011, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) will present The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, the first retrospective devoted to the celebrated French couturier who launched his first prêt-à-porter collection in 1976 and founded his own couture house in 1997.
V68 hits newsstands today, and these are the 3 covers you’ll be choosing from: Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon, or Sigourney Weaver
A photographer’s studio over a boathouse on Stony Lake is a re-imagination of the archetypal glass house in a landscape in the Canadian Shield.
On The Lam features selections from two of Bennett’s recent photo series, Cases and Runaway. The Cases images are portraits of the contents of Bennett’s suitcase from various travels, memorializing the clothing and souvenirs she packs or acquires on the road.
Iconic seventies photographer Brad Elterman has published a new volume featuring fifty-five black & white and color versions of his iconic images. Elterman had the incredible good fortune of arriving on the pop culture scene in 1974 as a teenager with a camera around his neck.
Here’s the Gramercy Park, Manhattan, apartment of model Coco Rocha and her husband, the artist James Conran. Rocha says “My mom fixed up houses my whole life.
Rosario Dawson takes most of her clothes off for a sexy shoot in the new German GQ.
Candy Magazine’s racy cover of James Franco by Terry Richardson styled by Mel Ottenberg.
This is the latest photo shoot of Kendrick, all sexy looking in all new Flaunt Magazine.
Aveleda’s House is a villa designed to accommodate the light as a source of inner experience of housing.
At the first meeting, the clients introduced both their growing family and growing art collection.
Los Angeles native Jeff Nishinaka is the world’s premier paper sculptor with a prolific career that spans 28 years.