1. (Source: daitao)

  2. shotbymartika:

Omari JabariJune 2014

    shotbymartika:

    Omari Jabari
    June 2014

  3. koreanmodel:

Kim Dojin by Lee Hae Ran

    koreanmodel:

    Kim Dojin by Lee Hae Ran

  4. youngandferal:

    youngandferal:

    (Source: ughpsh)

  5. crybaby, cry

    crybaby, cry

    (Source: aaronpurdy)

  6. archiveofaffinities:

Successful Home Plans, Design S 1428

    archiveofaffinities:

    Successful Home Plans, Design S 1428

  7. nevver:

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

    nevver:

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

  8. thestylebuff:

Cuff detail

Next pair I cuff

    thestylebuff:

    Cuff detail

    Next pair I cuff

    (Source: daniel-hartz-garcia)

  9. gooddesignisgoodbusiness:

I made a poster inspired by Paul Rand’s packaging for IBM.

    gooddesignisgoodbusiness:

    I made a poster inspired by Paul Rand’s packaging for IBM.

  10. koreanmodel:

Song Kyungah by Hong Janghyun for Allure Korea Dec 2007

    koreanmodel:

    Song Kyungah by Hong Janghyun for Allure Korea Dec 2007

  11. nickelsonwooster:

Planes.

    nickelsonwooster:

    Planes.

    (Source: 081arch)

  12. The reality and reliability of the human world rest primarily on the fact that we are surrounded by things more permanent than the activity by which they were produced, and potentially even more permanent than the lives of their authors.

    — Hannah Arendt

    (Source: nonday)

  13. cleareyeforthestraightrye:

A: Here we go. Bulleit 95 Rye. This is what I’m talking about. 
H: Bulleit’s done something very cool with all of their bottles. Taken as a whole, they’ve got a simple and clean design.
A: But look closely at the details and you’ll see that there’s a lot going on. The label’s got the most ornate border we’ve seen so far.
H: I dunno, I think Old Grand-dad is in the running there. 
A: I said ornate, not gaudy. As a side note, since you brought up OGD, it’s interesting that Bulleit shares their orange and green color scheme.
H: Orange for bourbon, green for rye. Though Bulleit’s green is softer, so that the black text is legible. 
A: The text is the best part. It looks like a newspaper or flier from 150 years ago. There are three different typefaces crammed in there. There’s the circle around the 95. The daggers in the middle.
H: Somehow it’s not a mess and it all works. It conveys age, experience, and reliability. The motif continues on the bottle itself, too. 
A: Finally, even though the bottle’s shape appears plain, the way it tapers slightly toward the bottom is quite distinctive in practice. This is a really beautiful bottle.
H: Bravo, guys.

    cleareyeforthestraightrye:

    A: Here we go. Bulleit 95 Rye. This is what I’m talking about. 

    H: Bulleit’s done something very cool with all of their bottles. Taken as a whole, they’ve got a simple and clean design.

    A: But look closely at the details and you’ll see that there’s a lot going on. The label’s got the most ornate border we’ve seen so far.

    H: I dunno, I think Old Grand-dad is in the running there. 

    A: I said ornate, not gaudy. As a side note, since you brought up OGD, it’s interesting that Bulleit shares their orange and green color scheme.

    H: Orange for bourbon, green for rye. Though Bulleit’s green is softer, so that the black text is legible. 

    A: The text is the best part. It looks like a newspaper or flier from 150 years ago. There are three different typefaces crammed in there. There’s the circle around the 95. The daggers in the middle.

    H: Somehow it’s not a mess and it all works. It conveys age, experience, and reliability. The motif continues on the bottle itself, too. 

    A: Finally, even though the bottle’s shape appears plain, the way it tapers slightly toward the bottom is quite distinctive in practice. This is a really beautiful bottle.

    H: Bravo, guys.