Last week we brought you Part One of The Man Who Was Really a Camera: America’s Great Walker Evans, an in-depth look into one of the great American photographers. Here is Part Two: by Lorette C. Luzajic Walker’s many associates described him as charming and charismatic; he was also a lite version of a dandy, an [...]
Logos come in all shapes and sizes. When designing a logo, one has to think of how it will look sans color and transfer over into black and white for printing. Negative space is very important, as is legibility. Color adds a whole new dimension, feel and emotional response. Designing a logo without these elements [...]
Photographer Philippe Vogelenzang studied art history for two years Art history, then applied for the photography department of The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. After one year he decided to develop himself further as an autodidact. Having several teachers along the way, from that point, Philippe started to develop a fresh, real, esthetic, and [...]
The drkrm/gallery/west exhibition of Marilyn Monroe photographs by Ed Feingersh and Gary Winogrand will be opening August 7, 2010.
Designers simply adore Madonna. She has been photographed for adverts for Versace, Louis Vuitton, and Dolce and Gabanna in the past. Here are some new photographs for the Dolce & Gabanna 2010 Fall/Winter ad campaign featuring the Madonna yet again.
Helmut Newton is a famous photographer who primarily specialized in fashion photography early on but later became well known for his portraits of nude women. Some photos in this post might be NSFW.
Ellen von Unwerth was born in 1954 in Germany, worked as a fashion model for 10 years, then gained fame when she first photographed Claudia Schiffer for Guess? Jeans. Since then her work has appeared in many fashion magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Interview. von Unwerth has also directed short films for fashion designers, [...]