To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Fred Perry they have teamed up Lomography to create a limited edition camera.
In 1971, the likes of Eric Clapton, Frank Zappa, Elton John and the Jackson Five were some of the most famous celebrities in their world.
LIFE Magazine photographer John Olson followed some of these big name stars home to see their parents to tell the inside story of the private lives of famous musicians and show their personal histories.
Some really nice work from Adam Hinton for the Nike ‘Make It Count’ campaign. The campaign stars a number of the UK’s top athletes making personal pledges for 2012. It then encourages everyone else to join in on Twitter, by announcing their own goals via the hashtag #makeitcount.
To see the rest of the Nike images and check out the rest of his work, head here: www.adamhinton.net
Adam has a load of other lovely stuff on his website, definitely worth a look!
Some great photography from www.nicholasmaggio.com Have a look see…
This site is great for some saucy! old School reference. fashion, games and art direction… Its nuts… http://retrospace.tumblr.com/
Jason Tozer is a photographer. His studio’s been in EC1 since 1994 & he’s been shooting for editorial, design & advertising clients since then. http://jasontozer.com/
Relics is a project playing off the idea that the white Greek statues that we see now were once bright, colorful and vibrant. I wanted to bring that idea to the most colorful and vibrant decade ever, THE 80’s! http://www.codyhamilton.us/#59
Philipp Schaerer is a Swiss freelance architect and image creator and his main interest lies not only in design and in the execution of small scale projects, but also in creating images of architecture and the built environment
The old days. Lovely… http://www.amazon.com/Locals-Only-Hugh-Holland/dp/1934429473