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Just one more!

Just one from a collection of fantastic cover illustrations for the Los Angeles Press Photographers Association annual publication titled Just One More!  Created by the award-winning sports and editorial cartoonist Karl Hubenthal (1917-1998 who illustrated the covers for Just One More from its inaugural issue in 1954 until 1968.

Via MID-CENTURIA.

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Elizaveta Porodina

Elizaveta Porodina

Photography by Elizaveta Porodina.

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Tom Sachs: Handmade Hand Guns

Handmade Hand Guns by Tom Sachs.

Via Things Organised Neatly.

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Helmert R. Miller: Studio de Paris

Centerfold illustration by Dutch artist Helmert R. Miller, for Dutch pin-up magazine, Studio de Paris. Published in/about 1950.

Via simple dreams.

 

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Roger Vivier - Babydoll shoe, 1965

Roger Vivier babydoll shoe, 1965.

Via LUSHLIGHT.

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Nicholas Alan Cope

Photo by Nicholas Alan Cope.

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Bharat Sikka

Photo by Bharat Sikka for Vogue India.

Via tiefgang.

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The Weight Recorder

The Weight Recorder (The Synesthetic Recorder of Involuntary Memory), by Weiche Wu, records the changing weight of a person over a period of time — it makes marks on a disk that responds to the passed life. The device is a mechanical scale with a compass holding a pencil that can draw lines on the tracing paper disk attached to the statistical part. When the user stands on the scale, the compass turns and the pencil draws an arc. The radius of the compass can be adjusted in every usage, so the arcs are drawn concentrically. The user can use the devices over a certain period of time, eventually the user will get a graphical ‘life-tracing’ on a disk.

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NAGRA SN tape recorder, 1970.

NAGRA SN tape recorder, 1970.

Via everyday_i_show.

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SOPHNET. Mickey T-Shirt

Hailing, as I do, from Bristol, it was nice to see homage paid to my hometown within the context of the SS 2011 collection from SOPHNET.

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