French graphic designer Maloo makes some really awesome illustrations. I’m sure she’s got a name. But research and me. Not best of friends. Just like hard work. I don’t even think I spelled her show name right. Anyways. Maloo makes really thin pictorials of everyday and not so everyday things in a swanky, classy twisted way. It’s the kind of thing you’ll see around the walls of some 60′s inspired high class, sophisticated apartment in Malibu, Manhattan and…uhhh….Montreal (cough, cough). So check out her stuff after the jump. I’m telling you it won’t disappoint. It’ll make you wanna pick up a Martini and play that awkward, melancholy upbeat jazz. So uh, don’t look at this at work. Or around people. [ Continue Reading ]
Grab your slick nylon shoes. You know the ones. Black with a white nose. Shiny with little holes to breath. And visible stitching. Don’t forget the visible stitching. The night’s young. Fresh. Summer music. Summer night music.
Now, some of you may have already seen an older entry of photographer Neil Krug on this site. Nice job kid! We’ll be sure to mail you slippers and a coffee mug. Anyways that entry was about his collaboration with some model for something really crazy called Pulp. Check out that post here. Unless you’re scared of the cool. You’re not scared of the cool are you?…. [ Continue Reading ]
You know those classic images you see that remind you if vintage Vogue or Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Well chances are that some of those images were taken by well known photographer Tom Palumbo. To this day, he still takes such crisp and classy pictures all the while directing plays off Broadway.
While I myself have never really understood the vintage fashion craze, vintage fashion photography is a whole other ballgame. After discovering the early works of Edward Steichen, undoubtedly one of the world’s first fashion photographers, I became intrigued not by the fashions in the photographs, but rather, the images themselves. [ Continue Reading ]