We all heard about it, but we never saw what was inside, but Vanity Fair had the chance to review one of the biggest car collections in the world. Monsieur Ralph Lauren opened the doors of his garage (or can we call it a museum?). Little question for you Ralph, do you actually drive them?!
A while back we reviewed the amazingly graphic Iso Berlin and Color Berlin series by Matthias Heiderich. Here is his latest series entitled “Snow Blind”, more related to this season. How graphic is Matthias photography! Im a big fan!
When FINA banned swimmers from competing in these Speedo LZR Racers, the swimwear manufacturer Speedo had to find new ways to reuse these expensive suits. Well, it seems that they found a way with the help of British fashion students and British sustainable-fashion label ‘From Somewhere‘ to create some super-cool looking fashion swimwear.
Ranya Mordanova in “Style and Substance” photographed by Aingeru Zorita and styled by Angela Esteban Librero for Metal Magazine No. 22.
German artist Martin Pfeifle‘s art installation always relate to their environment, the exhibition space itself becomes his art piece while allowing viewers to move around it. During the last couple years, Martin has created some beautiful installations always playing with colors and geometric elements.
Swedish photographer Chris Anthony studied in Florence and currently lives in Los Angeles. I just discovered him while browsing on Art Galleries websites ( Corey Helford Gallery) and immediately fell in love with his ‘Venice’ series where vibrant afternoon scenes of almost post-apocalyptic morning cloudiness mixed with
Karlie Kloss in “Where Troubles Melt Like Lemon Drops” photographed by Tim Walker and styled by Jacob K for Vogue India November 2010.
It has been nearly 5 years we have been talking about creating a technology to be able to experience galleries and museums virtually. Virtual museum visits are definitely the future and it looks like it is closer than eve now. Phillips de Pury & Company is proud to announce the launch of Exhibita Pro, its [...]
Dutch Designer Sebastiaan Straatsma latest ‘Dustcollectors’ vases are inspired by Japanese Manga / Dai Kaiju. Produced for the Parisian Tools Gallery, nine vases of various sizes are currently exposed in the gallery, six others will join them later.
In his Spring/Summer 2010 collection Peter Jensen dubbed artist Laurie Simmons his muse. “Jensen produced miniature versions of his spring lineup (adorable!) and created his own paper dolls, all of which Laurie shot in her signature dollhouse style. The hauntingly evocative photo series, which is also being turned into a book, was unveiled today at [...]