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smithsonian:


“I thought your cover picture was really marvelous,” Kennedy wrote the artist after the work appeared on Time, “but I don’t have red spots all over my face.”

Roy Lichtenstein, famous for his comic book-style pop art, created very few portraits. Our National Portrait Gallery writes about this rare commission from Time Magazine and the process the artist used to create it.
(via National Portrait Gallery | Face to Face blog: Time Magazine: RFK by Roy Lichtenstein)
Jochem Rotteveel

typographicartstuff:

Jochem Rotteveel
The Hague (NL), 1976.
Lives and works in Rotterdam.

 via http://ift.tt/1rfxGsa
coverjunkie:

"TimCooke’s Apple" Photo by Geordie Wood
New cover Bloomberg Businessweek. Read about their ‘cover trail’ here, ace stuff.
Design Director: Robert Vargas
Deputy Creative Director: Tracy Ma
Design Director: Cynthia Hoffman
mthvn:

Letter to a Eurocrat about Data Retention189 letters posted to current and former Europarliamentarians who voted for data retention. Each letter comes with a “prototype,” a mirror-clad, credit card-sized object.In memory of Sophie Scholl. Part of the exhibition Verdeckte Adressaten at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich. Curated by Axel Wieder.Metahaven, November-December 2011. 
mthvn:

"Watches no longer show the time, but rather the vital presence of wireless signal." From A Beautiful Future, Metahaven with Studio Droog, 2013.
dominickesterton:

Summer sketchbook
aestheticssensibilities:

Pierre-Philippe Duchâtelet
nopenope:

Tatiana Berg, “Susannah,” acrylic on paper, 26”x40”, 2013
imgltd:

@mthvn + @Holly Herndon ‘HOME’ official music video. Don’t miss interactive eXperience http://call.hollyherndon.com the future is here