It takes a lot to stop a New Yorker in his or her tracks, but a massive 44-foot tall human head in the middle of Madison Square Park might just do the trick. From May to mid-September, passers-by are treated to the long-awaited New York public debut of the Spanish artist and sculptor Jaume Plensa.
Here is yet another campaign mocking our celebrity culture! Paz de la Huerta stars as the meta-celebrity in this challenging and emotive Agent Provocateur A/W 2011 Campaign. Echoing the overt sense of sexuality so powerfully articulated in her role in HBO’s ‘Boardwalk Empire’, de la Huerta brings glamour and explicit confidence to this character. Part [...]
German Art Director Sarah Illenberger has a beautiful portfolio featuring her set design and product styling work. I have selected a few of her projects to showcase here which show her range with big and small objects, from the modern interior design for Wallpaper seen above, to the meticulously shaped pyramids of the ingredients inside [...]
Listen to “C’era Una Volta” here BUY HERE In a little studio in romance-filled Paris, France, Nicolas Sfintescu and Ezéchiel Pailhès go as Nôze. There, lyrics of love (and lust), pumping pianos and loony horns resonate with an unlikely jazz-meets-electro flair. The French-men have a knack for gypsy jazz, and even a bit of reggae.