Sunday, 30 January 2011

christian chaize's 'avant piquinia' photographic series

its usually cause for concern when a guy looks hotter in a dress than you do. andrej pejic.

i've been looking at revital cohen's provoking work recently, UTTERLY gutted she actually came to our uni for a lecture only a few days ago and i didn't have a clue about it! (cross-curriculum communication sucks ass - i also managed to miss the epically amazing tim walker because it was posted so last minute - grhhhh!)…anyway, rant over. cohen controversially proposes the use of animals as medical devices, rendering the human almost parasitical, but she harnesses the design in a way that is beneficial for both animal and human…they become dependant on one another to survive; her 'respiratory dog' illustrates this fascinating relationship between species.

baboon inspired fur designs from talented london college of fashion student eliana dimitrakopoulou.

check out more inspirational work from showtime>>future map
such as max boden's take on jewellery design below...

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

competitive car advertising…

this made me smile.

Thursday, 13 January 2011

i reeeally, really like vicky wright's 'guardian' series. using oil on board, she's created an almost crystal-like organic form that progresses out from its modest canvas. heavily influenced by her family's involvement in coal mining, it deals with the de-stabilization of the human figure and the economic demise of the industry.

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

how i feel currently...

photographer marion belanger

Monday, 3 January 2011

emmanuel giraud's photography with tangent magazine
'lost chapel' (above) and 'techno chic' shoot.


there's been some controversy over how genuine this video is, but as i want to believe its true- it works regardless. enjoy :)
santa baby - why didn't i discover these beauts whilst christmas was on my doorstep!? (not that i could afford any of them) - darn tangent magazine with their 'lust haves'...

gorgeous snake skin handbag from

from the olive shop, newly launched jewellery line by antwerp's ek thongprasert...'his pieces propel traditional tribal jewellery aesthetics to new futuristic heights incorporating silicone and lurid colours.' also from site; these punk, studded oxford platforms - swanky.

Saturday, 1 January 2011

william hundley series 'entoptic phenomena' entails a series of surreal shapes suspended in the air; created through the subject jumping whilst draped in material.

also his 'little naked person storage' series is quite humorous - check out more on his website.