l uses a pretty nice perspective for most of his photo projects
I order you to vote for the t-shirt visual of Thomas Dedry here
This tee is awesome, he really deserve to be rich and famous!
Be careful, i’m watching you!
Stunning photo series from London based fashion photographer Tamas Olajos, who built a surreal creature with a team of high-skilled fashion creatives.
Check the whole series here: Black Avatar by Tamas Olajos
This gruesome, bloody, and absolutely offensive, the Blood Shower Curtain and Bath Mat is the perfect bathroom accessory for any horror fan! It’s like something straight from a horror movie or crime scene. And they are completely practical – you can use them to keep the water in your shower and rub your toesies on when you are done. They also could give your guests the shock of their lives with this bloody stuff.
bath linen at mydeco
Alex Cornell describes the long and complex process of developing the logo for San Francisco start up Plancast.
Steven Meisel brings back the glamour and enchantment associated with the 1940s for September’s American Vogue.
Minjae Lee is a young South Korean artist who is mainly self taught. He creates his illustrations with the use of markers, pens, crayons and acrylics.
View more of Minjae’s work at inkbutter.com.
A beautiful 50s / 60s classic Hollywood glamour retro inspired shoot for this “Stardust” Editorial with Viktoriya Sasonkina shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Andrew Richardson for Vogue Italia September 2008
Architect, photographer and archeologists Christopher Payne spent many years touring abandoned asylums across the United States – More info & Pics HERE
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