Kate Moss and Cara Delevigne have joined forces for Burberry's first ever blockbuster fragrance: My Burberry. Shot by renowned photographer Mario Testino, the two top models donned their Burberry trench coats for an ad campaign for the first time.
This launch is set to challenge the beauty industry in terms of digital innovation, by putting the customer (that would be you) at the centre of a bespoke experiences. My Burberry will allow audiences to make the fragrance bottle their own, in-store, online and across billboards globally. Everyone gets their moment, getting their initials up in lights next to Cara Delevigne and Kate Moss.
Artistic directors Peter Sedlacik and Zuzu Galova created this series of pictures of travel. The two artists capture each other, then assemble the two points of view photographed. A fascinating look on travel, love and respect for one another.
So this is it, the official music video for the track Iron Sky by Paolo Nutini. And it's huge. It includes an extract lifted from Charlie Chaplin's speech from The Great Dictator. Accompanying the intense song is an eight-minute cinematic epic by director Daniel Wolfe. The video comes with a parental advisory warning for a reason. It shows a poverty-stricken community who are inflicted with a brain-splitting pain sent by a higher force.
Open to interpretation...
This sparkly table by John Foster portfolio made us look. At least twice.
Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes is a collaborative album project from Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket), Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) and producer T Bone Burnett. The album was recorded in March at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, where the artists and Burnett convened for two weeks to write and create music for a treasure trove of recently discovered lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967 during the period that generated the recording of the legendary Basement Tapes.
Currently, there's an advertising campaign going on for the famous brand Bacardi, conducted by Sam Lane. The branding of the product is inspired by the history and heritage of the company and is represented by the packaging and visual products.
You can get a nice overview here:
If you’re trying to brush up on Architecture 101, this animation of the world’s most iconic houses is far more fun a learning tool than textbooks. It’s a colorful, flat-design take on masterworks of 21st-century architecture, from Le Corbusier’s Ville Savoy to Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Graphic designer Matteo Muci breaks down the intricate buildings into simple lines and geometric shapes, throwing in a few eight-bit trees here and there, and the animation collages them together from the ground up. Architecture nerds can test themselves by trying to guess which building is being built before it is completed and named.
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Years ago, every starbucks felt exactly the same. Now designers ask, can 23,000 starbucks feel like 23,000 different coffe shops?
Nice article with a lot of surprising facts and images:
The drink you choose holds the fate of your evening – or maybe your day. Someone took the time to look beyond the façade of carefully marketed labeling and discovered what our favorite alcohol is really trying to tell you.
You can find all of them here:
This series of poly illustrated animals is by Rochester-based designer and illustrator Matt Anderson.
Quoted from «For Stars Will Rise Again».
AnotherMag's «Good Things» recently featured the most joyful breaktfast options around.
Have a lok at all of them following the link below:
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