cocktailGeometry on Flickr.
Nadia Wicker is a self taught French photographer and make-up artist (previously). In this collections she has created a set of self-portraits with mixing the photography and make-up. Ursides - Nadia says, ”is a series where two of my greatest passions merge and give birth to a rain of falling stars.”
Adam Simpson, English illustrator.
This is “Boundary Hotel Elevator”. A commission to produce an artwork to appear floor to ceiling, all 4 sides of the elevator vestibule at the new ‘Boundary Hotel’ situated on Boundary Street in London. The artwork was devised around a grid of boundary walls. Each walled segment is about 170mm square. The idea behind producing such a detailed artwork was that each journey in the elevator would give the visitor a chance to study a new scene in the artwork. A geometric toile de jouy of sorts. The conversion of the Victorian warehouse building on Boundary Street, into a boutique hotel, was a joint venture between Sir Terence Conran, Lady Conran and Peter Prescott & Partners. The hotel opened in January 2009.
(Text from ADC Young Guns).
With all the hype surrounding the untapped abounding resources of cannabis - medicinally, agriculturally, or otherwise undetermined knowns as of yet - the pictures above provide you with a glimpse into the beauty of the plant, unfettered from government or political divides or opinion.
Sativa and Indica strains of cannabis get their close up through a scanning electron microscope in Ford McCann’s book “Cannabis Under The Microscope: A Visual Exploration of Medicinal Sativa and C. Indica.”
Source reference: LeafScience
Parc Monceau. Paris. 1953.
Photographer: Robert Doisneau
unitedColorsOfLisbon on Flickr.
"The Cheap Issue"
Cover Time Out London
Design Director Adam Fulrath
Art Director: Anthony Huggins
Editor: Tim Arthur
Everything fell apart in me. How are things with you?
— Jack Kerouac (via ladyugh)