1. Ron Mueck’s 2013 Solo Exhibition At Fondation Cartier via

     
  2. Helga Traxler’s photograph from Chanel couture this week in Paris! Love the Band-aids! via T Magazine

     
  3. aaronpennington:

    Like You Are Now #3 / pastel on paper / 10 x 13 in / 2014

     
  4. Woot woot Helga!

    tmagazine:

    Karl Lagerfeld takes a bow at the Chanel F/W 2014 couture presentation. See the full behind-the-scenes photo diary of Helga Traxler http://nyti.ms/1rOohsf

     
  5. Singapore

     
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  7. jonathanschoonover:

    Edward and Hallie

    2014

     
  8. globalwarmist:

    Brownbook Magazine covers by Hassan Hajjaj

    (via studioafrica)

     
  9. whitneymuseum:

    "Think Big. Build Big. Sell Big.": The New York Times on Jeff Koons, whose retrospective opens at the Whitney June 27.

    Photographs by Chang W. Lee for The New York Times

     
  10. Paul Thek

     
  11. Photos from MICA’s Issue #5 COLOR Release show at The Crown in Baltimore! More pics on our Facebook page :) Photography by Jeremy Cain.

     
  12. forum-ready-to-wear-spring-summer-2015-sao-paulo

    Forum RTW SS15, Sao Paulo fashion week. I like this model/her hair…

     
  13. Thomas Struth

    Hermitage 1, St. Petersburg 2005
    C-print
    112 x 142,5 cm
    114 x 144,5 cm framed
    Edition of 10

    via Max Hetzler Gallery

     

  14. Mediatization

    In communication studies or media studies, mediatization is a theory that argues that the media shapes and frames the processes and discourse of political communication as well as the society in which that communication takes place (Lilleker, 2008). In this framework, an important aspect of modernization is the development of media (Krotz 2008), beginning with a change in communicationmedia and proceeding to subordination of the power of prevailing influential institutions (Hjarvard 2008, 7). As a consequence of this process, institutions and whole societies are shaped by and dependent on mass media (Mazzoleni & Schulz, 1999).

    via

     
  15. Just a couple from a series of photographs by James Mollison of children around the world and their varying bedrooms. Each kid has a really intense face, I think.