Willy Rizzo Photographer

Willy Rizzo, who photographed Marilyn Monroe and Winston Churchill, and who was a character in a book by Herge, dies at the age of 84. Rizzo was so famous as a chronicler of the dolce vita of the 1950s that he was satirically immortalised as paparazzo Walter Rizotto in Tintin creator Herge’s The Castafiore Emerald.…

Bronson Caves by Brice Bischoff

Series by Brice Bischoff The Bronson Caves are located in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park and are famous as a stage set to countless moition pictures and television shows. The caves are actually man made and were originally a rock quarry during the early 1900s used to lay streets for an expanding Los Angeles. A hundred…

Andrew Rae Illustrator

I’m Andrew Rae an illustrator and member of the Illustration collective Peepshow this site showcases a selection of my drawings and things. I have worked for many worldwide clients in advertising, print, publishing and animation, I currently live and work in London, I’m represented in the USA by Bernstein and Andriulli and I am a member of the Association of…

A visual history of the Mac

A visual history of the Mac: 30 years in 33 photos. Read the complete story here. This ad is now considered a watershed event and a masterpiece in advertising, and is widely regarded as one of the most memorable and successful American television commercials of all time. Contrary to popular belief, it was aired twice (not…

Sensu artist brushes for iPad

Perfect for creative photo retouch. Sensu artist brushes are the ultimate tools for digital artists. They deliver an authentic painting experience on your tablet or smartphone. Over the years, we’ve developed a lot of artist brushes and have learned tons from some of the best brush makers in the world—careful craftsmen who understand the subtle…

Amelie’s Film Locations

Photographer Liliana Romero travel in Paris to go on the film locations, in the area of Montmartre. She visited the little supermarket, the Sacré-Coeur and the Café des Deux Moulins where Amélie works. When she went to the locations, she captured pictures of the exact scene of the movie that happened there. (via Fubiz)

Destino by Michelle Frankfurter

Meaning both “destination” and “destiny” in Spanish, Destino portrays the perilous journey of undocumented Central American migrants along the network of freight trains lurching inexorably across Mexico, towards the hope of finding work in the United States. It is the odyssey of a generation of exiles across a landscape that is becoming increasingly dangerous, heading…