Collector’s Edition Fashion Photography Book: Ellen von Unwerth, Fräulein – Fashion, Fantasy and Fetishism

Ellen von Unwerth was a supermodel before the term was invented, so she knows a thing or two about photographing beautiful women. Now one of the world’s most original and successful fashion photographers, she pays homage to the world‘s most delectable females in Fräulein. This celebration of our era’s sexiest female icons includes Claudia Schiffer, Kate Moss, Vanessa Paradis, Britney Spears, Eva Mendes, Lindsay Lohan, Dita von Teese, Adriana Lima, Carla Bruni, Eva Green, Christina Aguilera, Monica Bellucci and dozens more.

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Justin Erickson is a Toronto-based artist with a particular passion for horror and the macabre that can be seen in his low brow paintings. He working primarily with a stylus and tablet with focus on graphic design, digital manipulation and employing narrative concepts in order to let his inner Creature Kid out to play.

Tender Moment

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A new blog from the Van Gogh Musuem, will soon have weekly updates of the restoration work with pictures and video, that will allow art lovers to follow the restoration, step by step, of Dutch post impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh’s famous “The Bedroom”.

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Profile of a Twitter User…click photo for larger view.

Neue is an online magazine that comes out three times a year and they spotlight ‘cities meets typography’…this edition highlights the city Barcelona.

Adam Mathew Lipton/Washington DC

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Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks utilizing graphic design, painting, illustration techniques, or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. Today’s edition is…Abstract Photography.

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Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is one of the oldest known vegetables, developed from prickly lettuce, a wild plant around the Mediterranean and Caucasus regions which was used as a medicinal herb. Some reports point back as far as the Egyptians in 4500 BC, but it was cultivated by ancient Greeks and Romans.

Lettuce comes in all shapes, sizes and colors. There are four main types of lettuce: Butterhead, Crisphead (Iceberg), and Romaine (Cos) and Looseleaf. Stemming from the four, varieties include: Arugula, Endive, Chicory, Escarole and Raddicchio. Besides a garnish in salads, lettuce can also be served cooked. Imagine that. Most dark greens are good sources of Vitamin C and other nutrients.The rule of thumb is, usually, the darker the greens, the more nutritious the leaf. Here are some recipes that will allow you to put a spin on the veggie, that is up to 95% percent water.

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