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fayeweiwei:

Paradise 
Book of Eden Series 
(2013-14)
Faye Wei Wei

fayeweiwei:

Paradise 

Book of Eden Series 

(2013-14)

Faye Wei Wei

drawingdujour:


Drawing of the Day 266

drawingdujour:

Drawing of the Day 266

drawingdujour:

метаморфоза 73
D.B. Horowitz

drawingdujour:

метаморфоза 73

D.B. Horowitz

drawingdujour:

метаморфоза 71
D.B. Horowitz

drawingdujour:

метаморфоза 71

D.B. Horowitz

therickyfitts:

Publicity done right in an anti-rape campaign: double-page spread, pages glued to one another. After the reader forcefully separates them, the image above is revealed with the caption “if you have to use force, it’s rape”.

therickyfitts:

Publicity done right in an anti-rape campaign: double-page spread, pages glued to one another. After the reader forcefully separates them, the image above is revealed with the caption “if you have to use force, it’s rape”.

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cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’
Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

cussyeah-wesanderson:

The untold story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’

Anderson provided a lot of input — particularly paintings by Bronzino, Holbein, Cranach; all sorts of stuff. I’d send suggestions and he would say, “Yes, yes, we must have that,” or “Why not some other color sleeve?” and so on. Some of it was very specific, but sometimes it was pretty broad, even contradictory — until I realized that maybe he wanted something that felt like it might have existed, but in some slightly parallel place.

I tried on every combination of velvet cloaks, furs, bodices, tights, shoes, codpieces…probably about 50 combinations. One of the bodices had been worn by Cate Blanchett when she played Elizabeth I. The dresser took photos of every outfit. They were sent to Wes Anderson, and he decided the final costume.

foxsearchlightpictures:

Concept art for Wes Anderson’s THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL.