In his project ‘Art x Smart’ Korean illustrator Kim Dong-Kyu updated paintings by Van Gogh, Picasso, Chagall or Munch with the latest achievements of our modern time.
We have shared quite a bit of conceptual photography over the years, and we love it dearly. The Wonderland project from UK photographer Kirsty Mitchell is a touching and enchanting series bringing a fantasy world to life, and just might be one of our favorite photographers ever!
Joan Smalls featuring Riccardo Tisci for Vogue Spain December 2013 by Karl Lagerfeld in Midnight in Paris
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Styling: Belén Antolin
Hair: Tomohiro Ohashi
Make Up: Peter Philips
Nails: Anny Errandonea
Plastic Jesus, he’s here to save us!
Somehow, the Los Angeles-based artist manufactures these amazing intricate sculptures, such as a giant $100 bill in a pile of faux-caine, next to a massive “American Excess” credit card, or a giant spilled can of Mountain Dew cordoned off as if it were toxic waste.
My American Football inspired look. Backstage at the Fedisa Graduate Collection show 2013.
Designer: Raeesa Brey
Photographer: Seth Zworestine
Model: Marsi Fernandez
Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé has been working on a fascinating series of landscapes using a bizarre lighting method involving a suspended glowing square.
Cara Delevingne for i-D Magazine, Winter 2013 by Richard Bush
Photographer: Richard Bush
Fashion Editor: Sarah Richardson
Hair: Chi Wong
Make-up: Miranda Joyce
Totally insane, totally a mind-fuck, totally amazing. Classic cars are stretched into hollowed-out boxy forms and shown in fantastical interlocking arrangements in the surreal illustration series “Auto Aerobics” by UK-based artist Chris LaBrooy.
Daniel Arsham is a contemporary American artist raised in Miami, Florida. He currently lives and works in New York City. “Arsham’s work blurs the lines between art, architecture and performance, and explores issues of natural versus manufactured or intention versus happenstance.”
"The Rain Room is a 100 square metre field of falling water which visitors are invited to walk into. Sensors detect where visitors are standing, and the rain stops around them, giving them an experience of how it might feel to control the rain."
I wish that I could have experienced this!
Photos by John Aquino
Daniel Kulle, president of H&M North America, said the flagship will be the company’s most productive store in North America once it opens at 12:01 a.m. Thursday with an appearance by Lady Gaga, who is expected to interact with customers and shop at the store for several hours. She’ll be wearing some semblance of H&M, said Kulle. The performer, who released an album Monday, was amenable to the opportunity for publicity. H&M is selling the album at 175 stores worldwide.
“She’s an artist, she’s going to make some noise,” he said.
The flagship has 300 employees, 44 fitting rooms and 24 cash registers. One innovation — try and buy — allows shoppers to pay for purchases in the dressing-room area. “This is going to be a high-volume store,” Kulle said. “Everything has been set up for high volume,” even the hours of operation, which will be 9 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days a week. For More
New renderings have been unveiled giving us an inside look at Apple's futuristic new headquarters in the northeast corner of Cupertino, California.