Just some special prints from @berkleys illustration. Great holiday or birthday gifts
shots from March 2013 Drew Barrymore cover shoot
DESOLATE SHAPES BY ANDRES OROZCO
NY, Brooklyn based photographer Andres Orozco (behance) - "Living in an industrial neighborhood surrounded by factories, with streets full of trucks and dust, basic shapes pop out. At first glance they seem like concrete, colorless boxes eaten by rust. Once inmersed in this concrete jungle, the diversity of structures and scale form shapes in astonishing colors. This photographs were taken in medium format over several sundays, when the industrial landscape turns into a desolate and disregarded space.”
elena gallota works
Breakfast at Tifanny’s
A little girl holds a penguin’s flipper as they walk together around the London Zoo. 1937 via @historyinpics
Rebecca Dayan for Bullett Magazine
This is what I do when I can’t sleep. Inspiration for Summer/Fall care of Resort 2014 (very confusing). All photos c/o Style.com
Tomas Saraceno - In Orbit (2013)
“A multilayer, netted web 65 feet high at Germany’s K21 Staendehaus museum. The three levels of netting are connected by airfilled PVC balls reaching up to 30 feet in diameter. Those who enter Saraceno’s hybrid vision experience into a constantly fluctuating geography, in which the landscape and viewers constantly shift.
When several people enter the audacious construction simultaneously, their presence sets it into motion, altering the tension of the steel wires and the intervals between the three meshwork levels. Visitors can coordinate their activities within the space, and are able –- not unlike spiders in a web –- to perceive space through the medium of vibration.”
you. are. enough.