Alexander McQueen S/S 2013 by David Sims

Given that the Alexander McQueen spring 2013 collection was inspired by bees, it comes as no surprised that the theme continues through onto the print campaign. Previous campaign face Raquel Zimmermann returns to be photographed by David Sims, one image below shows her covered in honey. Advertisements

‘The Daily Obsessions’ by Self Service

Two looks from the Céline fall/winter 2012 collection, shot by Nickolas Lorieux for Self Service magazine.

Mulberry S/S 2013 by Tim Walker

Known for his whimsical photography, Tim Walker returns again to Mulberry for their spring ad campaign. Set designer Shona Heath creates an effervescent underwater world with bubbles and coral. With styling by Jane How, hair by Sam McKnight and makeup by Val Garland, Canadian model Meghan Collison fronts Mulberry for this season. Click images to enlarge

Paintings by Werner Knaupp

Here are a selection of acrylic paintings by German artist Werner Knaupp (b. 1936). Focusing on stormy seas and snow mountains, a moody dark aesthetic run through these paintings.

‘Bonnard’ by Anagrama

Anagrama are a branding agency based in Monterrey, Mexico. Their latest project is for Mexican french-inspired tea and confectionary shop, Bonnard. Taking elements from Pierre Bonnard’s postimpressionist artwork — colourful brushstrokes — juxtaposed with san serif typography, the result breaths a new modern look for their products.

‘He Later Dropped the “E”’ by Ben Lamberty

For Grit‘s winter 2012 issue, Ben Lamberty photographs a gaggle of models in ‘He Later Dropped the “E”’. Styled by Ingo Nahrwold, sleek urban clothing keep the shoot youthful. The models are Elena Bartels, Kim Dall Armi, Lynn Amelie Rage, Marc Frick, Max S. and Paulina @ PMA. Click images to enlarge

Dior S/S 2013 by Willy Vanderperre

Willy Vanderperre photographs Raf Simons’ debut ready-to-wear collection for Dior‘s latest campaign. Simons brought his distinctive minimalist aesthetic to spring/summer 2013, confidently marking a fresh new direction for the French fashion house. Click images to enlarge

ox magazine ‘02 by SomethingMoon

The design for the second issue of ox magazine  is by SomethingMoon. With monochrome lettering and a minimalist layout, focus is put on the written content and images. The art and culture magazine is from Ox Warehouse in Macau.

Sculptures by Ron van der Ende

Rotterdam based sculptor Ron van der Ende‘s specialises in bas-relief constructed from wood. His works are mostly wall-bounded and have an industrial feel. (Above: ‘p4004’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood 196 x 156 x 15cm) ‘Yaw’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood, 160 x 165 x 12cm ‘Yoshiwara’ (2012); bas-relief in salvaged wood 120 x 245 … Continue reading