The Many Hats Of Billy Childish by Brian David Stevens
Childish has published over 40 collections of poetry, recorded over 100 independent LP’s and produced over 2000 paintings.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and fiancé Justin Mikita
Looking at the wardrobe of the co-founders of Tie The Knot.
A tailor and the manager of the Armoury, wearing cashmere wool knit tie by Sorley, rose gold tie pin by Patinova, and flannels by Salvatore Ambrosi.
Peter Cook by Arran Gregory
Cook probably isn’t an iconic enough architect to be recognised from such a minimalistic graphic, but good attempt.
Dotted shirt and tie by Tom Ford
Dot on dot works oddly well, probably because they are of the same colour. Modeled by Tony Award winner Steve Kazee.
Circus Hein by Jeppe Hein
He invited 35 artists to an open artistic arena, dealing with the theme of art & circus and focuses on magic, illusion, performance, participation, humour, sensations, suspense and amusement.
Tilda Swinton wearing Pringle of Scotland
Now they just need to make a men’s version of that sweater.
Illustration by Jean Giraud
The famous French comics artist, known predominantly under the pseudonym Möbius, passed away on 10 March 2012, aged 73.
“Doing something creative and thought provoking is a lot more interesting than creating a brand. If you do that well, that creates the brand; as opposed to the other way around.”
Behind Photographs by Tim Mantoani
The portrait is from a collection consisting of over 150 portraits of famous photographers holding their most iconic or favourite photos. Mantoani wants to help people understand that iconic photos don’t just happen. They are the product of people who devote their entire lives to photography.
Home of Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres by Buff & Hensman and Melinda Ritz
The house is furnished abundantly with designer furniture, antiques, and artwork. The large painting is an Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat collaboration.
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