Hide and Seek

May 27th, 2010

“Hide and Seek” is a series of photographs by Frederique Daubal, where the models wear masks made of sliced up pages from fashion magazines.The masks resemble Muslim niqābs and the project is a statement on identity, transformation and what it means to be French today.

Smile

July 7th, 2009

This photo was on the cover of the December issue of Dazed&Confused. It was part of the editorial shot by Daniel Sannwald, Valentina D’Ettorre of Happy Finish was responsible for the retouching.

Smile by Daniel Sannwald

And as a bonus, here is John Paul Thurlow‘s version of it.

John Paul Thurlow

Love letters by Airside

June 14th, 2009

The theme of the July issue of Wallpaper is sex. They asked Malika Favre of Airside, to turn her Alphabunnies into an alphabet of lovely ladies. Actually Malika did not just do a redesign of the figurines, but she also did a whole new set of letters, she only kept her favorite the G. You can buy the indivual letters as a limited edition print, but you should also have a look at the animated banner on the wallpaper website.

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

Love Letters by Airside

The Hustle With Art and Economy

June 3rd, 2009

“The Hustle With Art and Economy” by Bernhard Garnicnig.

The Hustle With Art and Economy by Bernhard Garnicnig

Eric Ku

May 26th, 2009

How did young designers show off their work in the pre internet era? It is so nice to find online portfolios filled with nice projects these days. So here are 2 projects by Eric Ku: CHAIR/CHAIR and “Only Graphic Designers Can See – Magazine, Issue 1″.

CHAIR/CHAIR by Eric Ku

CHAIR/CHAIR by Eric Ku

Only Graphic Designers Can See - Magazine, Issue 1 by Eric Ku

Only Graphic Designers Can See - Magazine, Issue 1 by Eric Ku

Only Graphic Designers Can See - Magazine, Issue 1 by Eric Ku

found at It’s Nice That

Intersection

May 12th, 2009

Last Saturday was the launch of the German edition of the car magazine Intersection. The first I’ve heard about Intersection was when they presented their Car Covers project. I must admit that I’m pleasantly surprised with the magazine; I don’t read car magazines. Intersection is definitely the most esthetically one I have ever seen. Don’t expect the normal number crunching content, but spreads like the one below shot by Thomas Brown or other art, design and fashion topics … and a lot of cars of course.

Cream if you want to go faster by Thomas Brown

Cream if you want to go faster by Thomas Brown

Cream if you want to go faster by Thomas BrownCream if you want to go faster by Thomas Brown

Gabi Trinkaus

April 23rd, 2009

“Just one Day Out Of Life” by Gabi Trinkaus.

Just one Day Out Of Life by Gabi Trinkaus

Covers

April 21st, 2009

John Paul Thurlow wants to create cover art for every great magazine he owns and a few he wished he owned. The source magazines are a jumping-off point – things get added, moved and removed.

Vogue by John Paul Thurlow

Crash by John Paul Thurlow

iD by John Paul Thurlow

Creative Review by John Paul Thurlow

A Thousand of Self

March 20th, 2009

“A Thousand of Self” by Noriko Ambe, she made these cuts in the book “1000 On 42nd Street”.

A Thousand of Self by Noriko Ambe

Domus Intersections

March 16th, 2009

These magazine spreads are from the march 2009 Intersections part of the Domus Magazine. The theme are the mechanisms, strengths, frailties and possible scenarios on the eve of Web 3.0.
onlab designed these pages, they wanted to create a tactile interaction by the reader. By folding the pages, 2 illustrations by Tobias Krafczyk appear: Miss & Mister Web 2.0. I don’t know if this is a new idea – print is not really my speciality, but it is very well executed.

Domus Intersections

Domus Intersections

Domus Intersections

Domus Intersections


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