1. dior homme spring summer 2015 invitation by m/m 

    dior homme spring summer 2015 invitation by m/m 

  2. furbyliving:

Madonna – American Life

    furbyliving:

    Madonna – American Life

  3. bloodorangeforever:

    Uncle ACE (Kindness REMIX feat. Robert Owens).

    Scenes of my hometown & where I grew up in Ilford, Essex.

    Directed by Adam Bainbridge
    Camera by Phil Thompson
    Edited by Adam Bainbridge and Jeff Sternberger at 2150 Editorial

    —- CLICK THROUGH FOR THE ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS IN THE VIDEO —

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  4. ALASDAIR MCLELLAN'S FIRST BOOK "ULTIMATE CLOTHING COMPANY" PUBLISHED IN LIMITED EDITION OF 2000 COPIES AND DESIGNED BY M/M PARIS IS OUT NOW

    Alasdair McLellan started his life as a photographer in 1986, aged 12. I have a copy of the first picture he ever took: a young boy looks out, wearing a green nylon parka edged in brown, synthetic fur—the kind always worn at school back then. Alasdair’s pictures have changed very little since then; his way of looking at the world is almost exactly the same, particularly his way of looking at the world through a camera. The boys might have grown up, but they are still the same boys on either side of the lens. In other ways, outside the photograph, their worlds have changed irrevocably. I met the photographer ten years later in 1996, when he first started taking pictures for magazines. Being from the North of England, we had both grown up on a constant diet of kitchen sink drama through films, literature and pop music as well as in our own lives—although this ‘Real Life’ was constantly seen through said filter of films, literature and pop music, so it wasn’t that real in our heads after all. In short, Alasdair had romantic notions about being English and Northern and wanted to show it. He was always able to do something visually that nobody else could. Alasdair always loved Bruce Weber—the romance, the feeling and playful sexual charge that would infuse each of his pictures. He also said, tellingly, that “Bruce Weber art directed a country. Nobody else has done that.” It became clear Alasdair wanted to do that too and he wanted to do that primarily through an idea of a certain type of English boy. The country this time would be the North of England, the landscapes around Doncaster and South Yorkshire that he grew up in. His other great hero of ‘art direction’ was Steven Patrick Morrissey. His unfaltering observation, both in his eye for The Smiths’ record sleeves and in his ear for The Smiths’ lyrics, is the thing that the photographer admired and took on board. Something lyrical, melancholy, mythological and unashamedly pop always characterises Alasdair’s pictures: doggedly democratic, they are always destined for mass consumption. Alasdair McLellan’s “Ultimate Clothing Company” is now available through M/M Paris and at Ideabooks London. Text Jo-Ann Furniss and photo Michael Amzalag

  5. monnaiedeparis-art:

M/M M/MONNAIE DE PARIS, 2013Jeton de 34 mm de diamètre en cupro-alu-nickel. Avers : Profil « Mathias » selon le dessin réalisé par M/M. Revers : logo de la Monnaie de Paris. 2 eurosJeton de 34 mm de diamètre en cupro-alu-nickel. Avers : Profil « Michael » selon le dessin réalisé par M/M. Revers : logo de la Monnaie de Paris. 2 euros
Disponibles pour Nuit Blanche le 5 octobre de 19h à 7h
Distributeurs : Monnaie de Paris, Théâtre du Châtelet, Gaîté Lyrique, Mairie du 4e, Maison des métallos, Point Éphémère

    monnaiedeparis-art:

    M/M
    M/MONNAIE DE PARIS, 2013

    Jeton de 34 mm de diamètre en cupro-alu-nickel.
    Avers : Profil « Mathias » selon le dessin réalisé par M/M.
    Revers : logo de la Monnaie de Paris.
    2 euros

    Jeton de 34 mm de diamètre en cupro-alu-nickel.
    Avers : Profil « Michael » selon le dessin réalisé par M/M.
    Revers : logo de la Monnaie de Paris.
    2 euros

    Disponibles pour Nuit Blanche le 5 octobre de 19h à 7h

    Distributeurs : Monnaie de Paris, Théâtre du Châtelet, Gaîté Lyrique, Mairie du 4e, Maison des métallos, Point Éphémère

  6. bibliothequeverte:

Croc-Blanc
Jack London
Hachette

    bibliothequeverte:

    Croc-Blanc

    Jack London

    Hachette

  7. studio life

    studio life

  8. adelphe:

Journey to the Center of the Earth - The Fiery Foe, 1968

    adelphe:

    Journey to the Center of the Earth - The Fiery Foe, 1968

    (via zenfancy)

  9. The Smiths fonts

    thischarmingdevil:

    • “The World Won’t Listen” is Rockwell
    • “Hatful of Hollow” is Arial (Vrinda?)
    • The original Smiths logo (“Hand In Glove” etc.) is Zapf Humanist (or Optane)
    • “The Queen Is Dead” is Bodoni.
    • “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” is Helvetica.
    • “Louder Than Bombs” is Goudy.
    • “How Soon Is Now?” is Futurist.
    • “Rank” is Albertus.
    • “Last Night I Dreamt” is Cheltenham.

    (via fuckyeahsmiths)

  10. Indy sleeping beauty

    Indy sleeping beauty

  11. morning toilet