infinite possibilities of art and design.
A grocery store as the Chanel Runway for Paris Fashion Week. I think Coco Chanel would be very pleased with Karl Lagerfeld.
The Broken Tree, Oleg Vassiliev, 1990
Diverging from all the turbulence in Russia, here’s a piece by the late Russian artist Oleg Vassiliev, titled Twilight I.
"To me, the visible and tangible world is more a thing of remembrance than of perception of reality.”
Old fashioned lettering by David M. Smith.
Photographer Jimmy Nelson photographs global indigenous tribes before they vanish forever.
For the Data + Design Project, Dan Matutina
Skull sculptures, Frodo Mikkelsen
As seen on Design Milk.
Vanity Fair’s 2008 ‘Hitchcock Hollywood Portfolio’
Patti Smith, by Robert Mapplethorp
Beautiful series, All Love Is Equal, by Braden Summers.
Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs of the blog Street Etiquette.
A mens lifestyle collective that’s got some urban taste and eclectic character.
Works by William Kentridge, from his series Give & Take, 2001.
Lamp for Urban Movement, 2011, Olafur Eliasson.
From the installation series Your Emotional Future, 2011.
Bell & Howell Filmo No. 75, 16mm film camera, circa 1927.
Robert Capa filming during the Spanish Civil War.