The future, primitive: party pictures in the form of animated GIFs. This lot are definitely on to something. We’re eagerly awaiting the inevitable Facehuntorialist.
The January issue of the British GQ featured a exposé on Trunk Archive, a photo Agency that dug into the vaults to resurrect a catalogue of rare and unseen treats. Featuring Kate Moss, Catherine McNeil, Anne Marie Candijk, Jan Welters, Greg Kadel, Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Tesh and so many more. Enjoy. BTW if you’re looking for great photos, check out Trunk.
Our friends over at Defgrip recently put together a nice Q&A with Boogie, who happens to be one of our favorite photographers.
An accidental find, while looking for an innocent image of a stormtrooper I discovered the underground world of sex’d up stormtroopers. We threw in a few bonus extras and also want to call out Red and Jonny ,who seem to be really in to this kind of thing.
Double sun dogs. No this is not a photoshop filter.
“Typically seen to the left and right of a low-lying sun, sun dogs, or parhelia, can take a number of forms—from slightly brighter segments of a solar halo (as shown) to rainbow-hued horizontal streaks to blinding spots nearly indistinguishable from the sun itself.
The sharpness, movement, and orientation of hexagonal, cloudborne ice crystals determine a sun dog’s shape, sharpness, and color. Mottled, wobbling, or tall crystals, for example, generally result in more diffuse or colorful displays.”
Yet another freak fo nature involving ice crystals.
My sister sent this over to us. Bye Bye. Download it here
Images from the February issue of Vogue Paris that Carine Roitfeld dedicated entirely to her favorite model, Lara Stone, have finally hit the internet. The editorials shot by the likes of Hedi Slimane, Patrick Demarchelier, and Steven Klein have gotten mixed reviews, but there are no complaints here. Stone is once again smoking hot.
Photography by PakPao.
photo from Defgrip.
Bush’s farewell to us, and our farewell to Bush’s Face. A compilation of GWB’s best facial expressions from last night’s speech. (If you wait for it to load and click through fast, it’s fun!) Write your own captions or inner monologue.
Barack Obama’s first presidential portrait was released yesterday. Nodding its head towards 21st century technology, this is the first presidential portrait taken with a digital camera. We gave a little add-on to make it more official.