Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, known all over the world for her polka-dotted patterns was invited by W Magazine for the creative direction of its latest issue.
The December/January issue of W magazine is the publication’s special “The Art Issue”.
Gorgeous jewelry designer Ina Beissner presens her latest creations on Berlin’s iconic beauty Franzi Mueller in a campaign shot by Alexx and Anton – the ultimate proof that Berlin does not only go for used and fucked-up looks, but also knows glamour and class.
One thought only – WE LOVE!
Colour Theory–Tod’s looks to photographer Sam Falls to capture the spirit of their fall/winter 2013 No_Code collection.
The artist Sam Falls has used a technique that combines the analogue with the digital – painting over photographs and manipulating natural processes in post-production. WOW!!
A fully integrated campaign to promote Fedrigoni’s Imaginative Colours tool.
Collaboration project with Veronica Au Yeung, Kyra Bermejo, and Jessica Siu.
is multiplatform project based on a simple premise: people can’t be expected to live more sustainable lives if they don’t know the most basic terms and principles that define sustainability.
Filmmaker/photographer Douglas Gayeton and producer Laura Howard-Gayeton have crisscrossed the United States to learn this new language of sustainability from its foremost practitioners.
Their unusual “crowd-sourcing” approach allows the public to suggest ideas and even host shows of the work. These methods have helped transform their grassroots project into an international organization with volunteers across the globe.
See more at: lexiconofsustainability.com
Beautiful Editorial of W November 2013
Photographer: Emma Summerton
Models: Lindsey Wixson & Ashleigh Good
From Sketch To Store – this is how the guys from French Connection call their latest Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign, featuring models posing naked whilst having their actual outfits sketched on their body by illustrator Jo Bird.
Pretty cool, right?!
Now imagine these motives covering a huge billboard in your street – pretty amazing I think…
If you should be wondering who’s idea it all was, here is the answer – creative concept and direction all made by Rankin and his team, absolutely ensuring a wide spread of the visuals.
As usual – great job, you Rankin-guys!
Credit: Ranking for French Connection
Chek out these shots of a latest US Vogue editorial, featuring helmeted duo Daft Punk and American topmodel Karlie Kloss. Shot by Craig McDean down West 42nd Street in New York, the multi-spread editorial parlays the dance icons into the fashion world, while Kloss stands as statuesque as ever.
If this was all some sort of reharsal for an upcomming video project is still to be wondered about…
Amazingly private, silent and close pictures by Peter Hapak (born 1973, Hungary, based in US), contract photographer for TIME.