Roof Studio created a series of stunning bumpers for TF1.
Ski vest over a three-piece corduroy suit? Who knew.
The photographer recently introduced Selbz, his new accessory brand based on the concept “that everything important needs the right amount of wrong.”
Photographer Tom Corbett and his team used horses and buggies to move their equipment around Mackinac Island.
The Alessandra Branca-designed urban family duplex in a converted 1920s Manhattan office tower covers the mag’s December issue
Joe Pugliese photographed Biebs and his longtime manager Scooter Braun for the pop star’s first in-depth interview in nine months.
Douglas Friedman photographed the actress for the latest issue of Lonny, a bimonthly online magazine that focuses on home decor and lifestyle.
Makeup artist Amy Chance breaks it down.
It’s a CGI masterpiece by artist Rizon Parein for the brand’s #Sejamax campaign.
“This had to be something inspirational, devoid of cheese or platitudes, timeless, and beautiful.”
Poland-based Ars Thanea made the key visuals for the largest global game campaign in Ubisoft’s history.
And the adverts poke fun at the French, bien sûr.
Following his masterful “Killing Lincoln” ads, Joey L. once again partnered with the National Geographic Channel for the “Killing Kennedy” promos.
TEN is a creative, digital, and educational initiative by stock photo site Fotolia that aims to democratize digital art. Art for everyone!
Joe Pugliese photographed Céline and Fabien Cousteau for Town & Country’s Philanthropy Issue.
Douglas Friedman photographed Eugenio Lopez in his Beverly Hills estate for Cultured magazine.
Three computer-generated posters made from appliance parts … to advertise a band made of robots.
The longtime friends are holding their first joint exhibit, at Bunsen Goetz Gallerie in Nuremberg.
Robert Maxwell on photographing the most-hyped Rookie since LeBron for GQ.
These, plus eight more photos, are included in the Museum of the City of New York’s exhibit “Rising Waters.”