design-is-fine:

Mervyn Kurlansky, book design for the drug Nobrium: Towards True Precision in the Control of Excessive Anxiety, 1971. Pentagram, London. For Roche, Switzerland. Source

Happy to say that I own this book, infographics at its best, awesome colors. South-African born Kurlansky is one of the Pentagram co-founders. Read more: eye magazine

anthomaniaa:

Manish Arora Spring / Summer 2015

anthomaniaa:

Manish Arora Spring / Summer 2015

rowsdowr:

50 TV Parodies Pre-empted by You Can’t Do That On Television

rowsdowr:

50 TV Parodies Pre-empted by You Can’t Do That On Television

fmtownsmarty:

http://i.imgur.com/sW3JBpn.gif

fmtownsmarty:

http://i.imgur.com/sW3JBpn.gif

groennuuk:

the navel as the center of the universe 
El ombligo como centro del universo.GarciaAlonsoMargarita, 2012
 Le nombril comme centre de l’univers.

groennuuk:

the navel as the center of the universe

El ombligo como centro del universo.GarciaAlonsoMargarita, 2012

Le nombril comme centre de l’univers.

howtobeafuckinglady:

Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2003 Haute Couture

yukiovsky:

Green Snake ( Tsui Hark, 1993)

lelaid:

Maison Martin Margiela Artisanal F/W 2012

eastiseverywhere:

magictransistor:

Tadanori Yokoo. Marilyn. 1968.

I’d never heard of this guy, but they call him the Andy Warhol of Japan.
Tadanori Yokoo / 横尾 忠則 (1936-) also emerged in the sixties, and his obsession with mysticism and psychedelia was greatly enhanced by his visits to India. He got internationally famous pretty damn quick - by 1972, MoMA gave him a solo exhibition. 
And yes, he did love him some Marilyn:

Tadanori Yokoo
Marilyn Monroe
Japan (1969)
[x]
But he also loved his Great Masters:

Tadanori Yokoo
Tangerine Dream
Japan (1976)
[x]

Tadanori Yokoo
A La Maison de M. Civegawa
Japan (?)
[x]

Tadanorii Yokoo
The Tantric Jesus
Japan (1974)
[x]
He’s got a website here. Check it out!

eastiseverywhere:

magictransistor:

Tadanori Yokoo. Marilyn. 1968.

I’d never heard of this guy, but they call him the Andy Warhol of Japan.

Tadanori Yokoo / 横尾 忠則 (1936-) also emerged in the sixties, and his obsession with mysticism and psychedelia was greatly enhanced by his visits to India. He got internationally famous pretty damn quick - by 1972, MoMA gave him a solo exhibition. 

And yes, he did love him some Marilyn:

Tadanori Yokoo

Marilyn Monroe

Japan (1969)

[x]

But he also loved his Great Masters:

Tadanori Yokoo

Tangerine Dream

Japan (1976)

[x]

Tadanori Yokoo

A La Maison de M. Civegawa

Japan (?)

[x]

Tadanorii Yokoo

The Tantric Jesus

Japan (1974)

[x]

He’s got a website here. Check it out!

snowboardkids:

howtobeafuckinglady:

Backstage @ Versace Spring/Summer 1996

:o