MIME Collection by Valentino Garavani

3rd March 2015Design, Fashion, Film

The gorgeous kaleidoscope-like images for the collection draw attention to the ads which are all in the same location across the different versions of British Vogue’s site and lead to a landing page on Valentino’s Web site with a video and ecommerce options.

French houses fly by Laurent Chéhère

16th February 2015Art, Design, Exhibition, Photography

French photographer Laurent Chéhère‘s ongoing ‘flying houses’ series takes cues from his love of cinema and personal wanderings around little-known neighborhoods of his hometown of paris. five, never-before-exhibited images from the series are presented by muriel guépin, NY from now until february 22, 2015, each depicting a dreamlike world of airborne architecture. the whimsical collection — which marry digital … Read More

Isabella Vacchi’s Colour Coded Food Photography

8th August 2014Design, Photography

The 22 year-old, Milan-based food photographer Isabella Vacchi has some gorgeous work! Mixing food still life with different colour palettes in her FoodTone series or simply creating beautiful compositions, her style stands out in this world of food trends and lends some great visual insight. Check it out!

The Issue 1 of i-D Magazine from 1980

5th December 2013Design, Fashion

Since the new i-D site was unveiled a few weeks back by proud new owners Vice it has been providing the art and design and fashion community with the publication’s extensive archive of colourful, wild fashion content from the biggest names in the industry. Check out their new website here: i-d.vice.com What’s so enticing about the … Read More

Classic Swedish Baking Recipes Reimagined

17th June 2013Design, Photography

These amazing classic Swedish baking recipes, presented as graphic still-life portraits of their ingredients are from an IKEA-commissioned publication entitled Hembakat är Bäst (“homemade is best”). Photographed by Carl Kleiner and his wife Evelina, who cited their influences as high fashion and Japanese minimalism, and designed by Forsman & Bodenfors. From perfect flour pyramids to canary yellow, isolated egg yolks, these innovative … Read More

After Galliano. Central St. Martins Print Magazine. 1Granary

10th June 2013Book, Design, Fashion, Photography

Central St. Martins has launched a print magazine named, 1Granary, run by the school’s students. For the publication’s debut issue, Ukrainian photographer Nikolay Biryukov captured model Ranya Mordanova wearing avant-garde designs. The images were inspired by the artwork of Edward Hopper. Ranya is styled by Olya Kuryshchuk in looks that show off her graceful movements influenced by Hopper’s realist portraits.

Christmas Card Animation & Window Display by Rob Ryan

16th December 2011Christmas, Design, Film

[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/12130571 w=640&h=450] If you’re coming into Charing Cross train station in London this winter, look out for the Coutts bank window on the other side of the road. Rob Ryan has created a Christmas window for them to raise money for Kids Company. Incorporated into the windows there is a stuffed Elephant, a Dolls House and … Read More

V&A Christmas Tree by Studio Roso

16th December 2011Design, Exhibition

  To celebrate the festive period, the V&A has commissioned design duo Studio Roso to create a Christmas Tree for the Grand Entrance of the Museum until January 5th.  The handmade ‘tree’ is made up of 3.3 miles of elastic cord and will reach over 4 meters high. A total of 1500 individual strands have been combined to create … Read More

Word as Image

19th October 2011Book, Design, Film

Ji Lee, creative director at Facebook and formerly Google, has published a book called ‘Word as Image’. The challenge: to create an image out of a word, using only the letters in the word itself. It led to some very creative thinking. Here’s a video to whet your appetite… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J59n8FsoRLE&feature=player_embedded]