Tag Archives: Wes Anderson
The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was released last year, not only drew acclaim for its splendid storytelling, but also for the meticulousness of it’s art direction and design. Annie Atkins was lead graphic designer on the film, working with director … Continue reading
Adidas by Stella McCartney’s Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear collection accomplishes the rather tricky task of making sportswear elegant without compromising on function. Sweet potato and quinoa salad with soft-boiled eggs by Naturally Ella. Furniture designer Ariele Alasko takes Instagram portraits of her … Continue reading
Niko Tavernise shot these great behind-the-scenes photographs for Wes Anderson’s latest film Moonrise Kingdom. He also provides some interesting information about each image. It’s well worth looking through the entire set. I can’t wait to see the film.
I’ve seen the Need Supply spring 2012 lookbook floating around the internet for the last couple of days and I think it’s well worth a mention because of the styling and photography. It looks like Wes Anderson and the seventies … Continue reading
London-based print maker and illustrator, Richard Sanderson, has a delicate and loose drawing style that I rather like. Great linework.
If you are a film buff you’ll probably know about The Criterion Collection, a company that sells and carefully selects the best films from classics to the current day. Their DVD cover designs are also something special. Wes Anderson‘s DVD … Continue reading
Jacques-Henri Lartigue (1894-19786) was a French photographer who has been titled as one of the most influential modernist photographers of the 20th century. I can see why. Wes Anderson based some of his characters on Lartigue’s images- Max Fischer in … Continue reading
You and Me, The Royal We is a product line conceived of and created by 3 studio mates in Brooklyn, New York: Oliver Jeffers, Mac Premo and Aaron Ruff. Don’t you think their logo looks like it should be in … Continue reading
This painting by Graham Robinson (a.k.a Beaston) is called Custodian. He reminds me of Bill Murray’s character Steve Zissou in Wes Anderson’s Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Both the painting and the movie are excellent.