Cool illustration (but remember kids… smoking is NOT cool)
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern, 1962.
Via Ghastly Delights.
An original Tellurion is a mechanical representation of the Earth-Moon-Sun system that reproduces the relative movement of the three bodies. The five arms of the Telluria candelabra can be rotated into different positions and the twelve orbs will amplify the candle flames and the surrounding space. Telluria is produced by Klong.
Prototype Triangle Numéro 1, by French designer Pauline Marcombe, is a t-shirt made from laser-cut triangles of MDF assembled with wire.
Numbers generated by the computer software that’s used to control the cutting are burnt into the pieces “to highlight the process of digital fabrication.”
United Airlines Southern California poster by Stan Galli, c. 1955.
Rashida Jones for Flaunt Magazine.