Yesterday and Today is a studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, their ninth album released on Capitol Records and twelfth American release overall. It was originally issued only in the United States and Canada, in June 1966. Continue reading »
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher and engineer Marc Teyssier has invented Skin-On Interfaces, an artificial skin cover for mobile devices. The realistic texture is highly conductive and encourages users to use natural movements on touch sensitive devices. The top layer of the artificial skin is made from “DragonSkin silicone with beige pigments on a skin-like texture mold”, while the conductivity is implemented with open source hardware. Continue reading »
Amir Zand is a freelance concept artist from Iran who specializes in cover art and promotional illustration. Continue reading »
You’ve tied on a little piece of coloured ribbon and you’ve spent a load of money on that mad clingfilm machine… only to discover that everyone else has done exactly the same thing. Continue reading »
Welder Xie Wentao wears a protective mask and gloves in Jinan, East China’s Shandong province. The 42-year-old and his colleagues build reinforcement cages, part of a building’s foundation. Continue reading »
What better method to sell records than to put a young surfer girl on the cover? At least that’s what record companies believed throughout the 1960s and into the 80s. The beach babe was a ubiquitous sight on the shelves of the record stores, especially in the “super hits by various artists” or “easy listening” categories… and implemented mostly by countries other than the US (for whatever reason). Continue reading »
Enter Nikki, a Reddit user who has figured out how to insert herself into popular television shows and movies by masterfully interplaying her Facebook cover photo with her profile picture. Enjoy her brilliant Facebook cover photos below. Continue reading »
In the early 2000s everyone was getting tribal tattoos, but when this man looked at his tribal tattoo in 2017 he was filled with regret, so he decided to switch it up. Continue reading »
In the 1980s, computers were sold like sport cars: with sexy women and pin-ups. I propose a look back to the past with the covers of the Yugoslavian magazine Racunari, published in the 1980s and 1990s. It is impressive to note that at that time, mixing women and computers necessarily meant sexy secretary or incapable woman and slave of her computer. Continue reading »
Kyle Wyatt creates unusual hair accessories, and this skull & crossbones bun cover is a great example of the artist’s unique work. Kyle usually designs the pieces using various metals and decorates them with colorful beads. Continue reading »
After the New York Public Library called for readers to share their #bookfacefriday pictures they’ve been covering themselves with glory. Check out some of our favourite book cover selfies – can you beat them? Join in by clicking on the blue ‘Contribute’ button, or post them on social media with the hashtag #bookfacefriday
You don’t have to be stick thin to land a Sports Illustrated cover as these plus-size models show.
Continue reading »
11.35am, Friday 8 August 1969.
All four Beatles gathered at EMI Studios on the morning of Friday 8 August 1969 for one of the most famous photo shoots of their career. Photographer Iain Macmillan took the famous image that adorned their last-recorded album, Abbey Road. Continue reading »