John Coltrane’s handwritten outline for “A Love Supreme”
Cara Delevingne by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello for Numéro Tokyo #73 January/February 2014, 'Dreaming of Cara'
Hyungkoo Lee - Animatus
Animatus, an amazing series by Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee, who imagined what could look like the skeletons of cartoon famous characters. Skeletons are made of resin on an aluminum structure.
Mixmag’s Mini-Doc On Daft Punk’s Helmets
Mixmag has teamed up with Olmeca Tequila to present a short yet intricate documentary on Daft Punk‘s iconic helmets. The mini-doc presents itself as the latest installment to the Switch on the Night series. In just under six minutes, we learn about the origins of the legendary costume from the creators at Alterian Inc., and its creative identity in matching the direction of Guy Manuel and Thomas Bangalter’s music production. The clip also shows the evolution of the helmets which first took inspiration from the film The Day The Earth Stood Still, in addition to providing archival footage from live shows and concerts.
Antonio Berardi X Rupert Sanderson
Fashion designer Antonio Berardi and cordwainer Rupert Sanderson have joined forces on a capsule collection of three exclusive eveningwear shoes for Net-A-Porter.
There’s the standout Art Deco number with crystal baguettes, as seen above, and then a gold embroidered chain mail pair and a kingfisher blue option edged with gold (below).All feature transparent blink-and-you’d-miss-them PVC elements meaning that while they look more like sandals they encase the foot much more like a court.
Kirsten Owen by Scott Trindle for Twin #9 Fall/Winter 2013, ‘Market Forces’
RecRec - Brooklyn Soap Mix II
Short Films About John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, and David Hockney for Art Basel
Last night, Dennis Paul, Chairman of React to Film, expressed the sentiment that when it comes to capturing the essence of a great artist, creating a snapshot of their life and work is a difficult task. But for directors Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman, Lace Acord, and Lucy Walker they rose to the challenge for LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum) and brought to life three wonderful short films inventively exploring the life and work of iconic artists John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, and David Hockney.