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We love 'Where the wild things are' at Revival towers. We also love Mulberry. So when we saw the new set of photos by renowned British photographer Tim Walker we went a little doolally in the office.
Texan mega model Lindsey Wixson was shot on location in England's Blackheath Forest, which is the perfect backdrop for a homage to the late Maurice Sendak's work.
Charming monsters, charming bags. What's not to love!
For more info go to the mulberry site here.
The Ballerina Project places dancers in setting's which we do not usually associate with ballet - not a theatre but rather unexpected urban, gritty landscapes. The result is truly a thing of beauty. Running for over 10 years, the Ballerina Project is a series of photographs of trained dancers crafted by Dane Shitagi, who originally hailed from Honolulu but is now a resident of New York City.
Unlike other photographers who take photos of dancers while in full flight, Shitagi's photos show the dancers in their quieter movements. Each photos' location is personal to the dancer, says Shitagi, "I want to get them out of conventional settings to make the photograph more about them, their dreams, what they want to express."
All images via ballerinaproject.com.
...the night before which means that all we want to do here at Witness my Revival is relive the highlights.
Spice Girls - Wannabe from Pedro Ruiz on Vimeo.
Spice Up Your Life from Joe Rey on Vimeo.
Ray-Ban, one of the most iconic eyewear brands, is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year. As part of their birthday celebrations they are also releasing a limited edition book entitled “Legends: Untold Stories” which features some rare photos from historic icons wearing their Ray-Bans including Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Michael Jackson and Andy Warhol.
To get you in the mood, here are our picks of our most iconic Ray-Ban moments...
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller in 1956. Via NY Daily News
Andy Warhol, 1968. Via NY Daily News
Debbie Harry via NY Daily News
Robert Redford via HommeMaker
For more details visit www.ray-ban.com
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