Saturday, February 19, 2011
Out Magazine published this very butch shoot featuring François Sagat by Terry Richardson. Check out their website for the article that comes with this photoshoot. And watch a sneek peak of the making at the bottom of this post.
Friday, February 18, 2011
This editorial called 'Man At Work' photographed by Giampaolo Sgura in the latest issue of OUT magazine shows the versatality of Ubermodel Tony Ward. Over the years we've seen so many versions of Tony Ward. As a model, as an artist, as a filmmaker, as an actor. Now we see him as a doctor, a butcher, a personal trainer, a car mechanic, a McDonald's employee, a biker and an astronaut. (imagesource: Homotography)
The big white canvas became a big white box last week. A big white box with an ugly concrete floor. So today we covered that concrete with a nice layer of whitewashed oak. Together with my old man and my (not so old) brother in law, we did half of the house today and hopefully the other half tomorrow.
And when I emptied my memorycard tonight I discovered this very sweet message Peter carved into the bottom layer. He really loved me today! And in 100 years time people will remove the floor and find this hidden message as well!
Okay, no one complained about the amount of posts on The Shing, so here I go again. Some of my loyal followers happen to be great Stumblers as well. So I was very happy to receive this poster by Ben Whitesell from Tonnya today. A beautiful typographic approach to this movie. Clever design! (which oddly reminds me of one of my own designs in art-school for a poster for the play Waiting for Godot)
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Found at the great canadian J@V@-JuNKiE. Illustrations by Josh Cooley who is a Story Artist at Pixar Animation Studios. Ofcourse this is my favourite one. His take on that famous scene from The Shining. Oh and if you guys think I should do less blogging on that movie, please let me know ;) I can assure you that I don't watch this movie every week. Even worse; I haven't seen this movie in years. I tried watching it. Many times. But the opening scene alone gives me the shivers. That music, that camera-angle.... goosebumps thinking of it!
I am not a man of jewelry. Besides my two beautiful rings I never wear any. But I can imagine myself wearing this fantastic (and nerdy) 3D glasses necklace made out of stainless steel by Design Glut. Black or white?