Beautiful ’60s Fashion Photography by Henry Clarke

Model in pink dress, 1960

Born in Los Angeles in 1918, Henry Clarke, a renowned fashion photographer, discovered his calling in 1945 whilst working as an accessorist at Condé Nast in New York. During an encounter with the Cecil Beaton during a photography session at Vogue’s studio, Clarke was entranced by the photographic image. He promptly abandoned his fashion job, borrowed a Rolleiflex camera and began taking pictures.

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Tamara Nyman, 1962

Deciding to try his luck abroad, Clarke moved to Paris in 1949. There his friend, Robert Randall, reintroduced him to the fashion world. He quickly found work at Fémina, L’Album de Figaro and Harper’s Bazaar.

Vogue, October 1962

The next year, Clarke began a collaboration with the French, English and American editions of Vogue that would last more than a quarter-century. With the help of women like Suzy Parker, Ann Sainte Marie and Bettina who were the most glamorous models of the day, he captured the elegance of the modern woman: young, lively, carefree and seductive.

Veruschka, 1964

In the 1960s, Diana Vreeland, the formidable editor of Vogue, sent him to such exotic locations as Syria, Iran, India and Mexico to create exciting fashion layouts.

Wilhelmina wearing a crêpe evening dress by Gustave Tassell, 1964

Upon his death in 1996, it was revealed that Henry Clarke had named the Institut Pasteur as universal legatee of his estate. He bequeathed his historical collection of photographs to the Musée de la Mode et du Costume in Paris.

These stunning photos are part of his work that Henry Clarke took portraits of classic beauties in the 1960s.

Verushka wearing an Emilio Pucci bikini top with a long wrapped skirt, the print is Egyptian inspired in purples, greens, yellows and white, Brazil, 1965

Editha Dussler wearing a brown and white Persian print jibba by Chombert, Valley Göreme, Turkey 1966

Editha Dussler wearing a dress by B.H. Wragge, 1966

Editha Dussler wearing a full skirted striped silk evening dress by Tiziani, 1966

Editha Dussler wearing Anne Fogarty, Valley Göreme, Turkey, 1966

Editha Dussler wearing Ellen Brooke, 1966

Editha Dussler wearing Hannah Troy, 1966

Editha Dussler, 1966

Model wearing a gown of sky-blue chiffon and a crystal beaded top by Pat Sandler, 1966

Model wearing a short silver sequined dress by Joan Arkin in the Valley Göreme, Turkey, Vogue, December 1, 1966

Model wearing orange Christian Dior dress, Istanbul, Turkey, Vogue, December 1966

Model wearing pants and top by Bill Blass, Turkey, 1966

Susan Murray wearing a slit print skirt and thin-strapped top by Emilio Pucci, 1966

Vogue, December 1966

Benedetta Barzini at Santa Maria di Gesu in Sicily, wearing a turquoise dress with a matching drawstring shaping a high waist by Leslie Fay and a wide brimmed turquoise hat by Till, 1967

Benedetta Barzini, 1967

Marisa Berenson, 1967

Model is standing between statues at the Villa Palagonia, Bagheria, Sicily, 1967

Samantha Jones in a caftan-inspired dress in colorful hand printed zigzag by Livio de Simone, rings and bracelets by Tiziani, India, Vogue, 1967

Samantha Jones, 1967

Simone D’Aillencourt in Emilio Pucci, 1967

Simone D’Aillencourt in Tiffeau, 1967

Simone D’Aillencourt, 1967

Sue Murray, Vogue summer look, Palermo, Italy, 1967

Maria Schiano in Revillion, 1968

Marina Schiano wearing a transparent evening chiffon pullover and pants in fuchsia by Adolfo, at Chichén Itzá, Mexico, outside the Temple of Warriors, 1968

Model wearing a blue coat with a circular pattern and a matching hat by Mila Schoen, 1968

Françoise Leroy, 1969

Marina Schiano, 1969

Marisa Berenson in Halston, 1969

Mary Ann Restivo, 1969

Model in a Bill Blass silk organza dress, 1969

Moyra Swan, 1969

Moyra Swan, 1969

Moyra Swan, 1969

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/05/beautiful-60s-fashion-photography-by-henry-clarke/

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E.VAX – Rabindra (Official Music Video)



E.VAX - Rabindra (Official Music Video)

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/654258232832950272

Phosphorescent Glass Sculptures Illuminate in Presence of People

In an ongoing series of conceptual artworks, Japanese artist Rui Sasaki creates stunning phosphorescent glass sculptures to ‘record and contain sunshine’.

“I do not get much sunshine in Toyama. Living in a cloudy environment helped me realize how vital sunshine is for me both mentally and physically. How can I bottle and release sunshine in glass? How can I visualize sunshine? Can I transfer sunshine from here to there?

Each thin phosphorescent glass bubble is charged by a solarium light when nobody is in the space where the work is installed. When someone enters, the solarium light switches off and the thin phosphorescent glass bubbles illuminate the space. The illumination slowly diminishes over time, and the space slowly grows darker and darker the longer a viewer stays there,” she said.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/06/phosphorescent-glass-sculptures-illuminate-in-presence-of-people/

入れないだとぅ~!改修工事のため家に入れないことにブチ切れるハスキー犬

改装工事の為家の中に入れないハスキーのブチ切れ
 この日、家の中では改修工事が行われており、一定時間中に入ることができなかった。飼い主と共に外で待機しなければならなかったハスキーのオークリーだが、入れないとなると入りたくてしかたがない。

 玄関から入ろうとするも飼い主に止められ、大騒ぎしてまた玄関に。更に止められると庭を駆け回っての大暴れ。

 これこそがハスキーらしさなのかもしれないし、そうでもないのかもしれない。  続きを読む

SOURCE: https://karapaia.com/archives/52301689.html

This Egyptian Photographer’s Series on the Giza Pyramids is Absolutely Breathtaking

Egyptian photographer Karim Amr has been sharing incredible photos of Cairo and the Giza Pyramid Complex on Instagram, where he started to amass a burgeoning following for his breathtaking images.

The iconic pyramids will always be a popular subject for photographers and Amr has found a striking and creative way of capturing them. If you’re interested in prints you can DM him on Instagram.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/06/this-egyptian-photographers-series-on-the-giza-pyramids-is-absolutely-breathtaking/

“Trans A.M.”: The Superb 3D Surreal Digital Art and VR Sculptures by Elena Romenkova

Elena Romenkova is a digital artist from St Petersburg, currently based in Vienna. Experimenting with the human form and glitch art through animation, Romenkova’s work explores the relationship between man and machine. She graduated from the University of A. Herzen with a degree in Fine Arts and has participated in art exhibitions in Russia and abroad since 2004.

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With a melange of glitch sculptures and rendered surrealistic images, the virtual space “beyond the mind” represents a transitional state between dream and reality that comes from the unconscious. Shapes and colors are not only aspects of beauty, they also have an inner sense and meanings that are understandable on an unconscious level.

Human bodies are transformed and modified here by various 3D modeling methods or data manipulation (glitching). Glitching techniques always bring unpredictable results. These shape transformations give 3D sculptures a new aesthetic and meaning. The digital world absorbs all sides of human activity, where a person can have a different face, a different life. It also changes the mind and the state of the psyche.























































































































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/06/trans-a-m-the-superb-3d-surreal-digital-art-and-vr-sculptures-by-elena-romenkova/

“Mirrorverse”: The Superb Glitch Artworks of Adrian Cain

Adrian Cain is an American artist influenced by the relationship between digital and nature. Using Photography and technological programs to create visions of a utopian digital future, Cain bring emotion and feeling to data.

“Digital and analog glitch/experiments. Blender, Processing and Audacity are my main tools. I do take commissions and collabs. Keep it surreal.”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/06/mirrorverse-the-superb-glitch-artworks-of-adrian-cain/

Zimoun. Solo Exhibition at Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich



Zimoun. Solo Exhibition at Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/654243114961256448

口の中に小鳥を詰められ洞窟に埋葬された300年前の少女の謎

口の中に小鳥を詰められて埋葬されていた少女の謎
 ポーランドの洞窟に埋葬された少女の口の中に小鳥の頭が入れられていた。考古学者たちはこの奇妙な埋葬の謎を解明しようとしている。

 この遺骨は、1967年から1968年にかけて行われた南ポーランド、トゥネル・ヴィエルキ洞窟の発掘中、考古学者のワルデマール・フミレフスキーが発見したものだ。

 だが、今日に至るまで詳しいことはわかっていない。放射性炭素年代測定によると、この少女はおよそ300年前に亡くなったことがわかった。 続きを読む

SOURCE: https://karapaia.com/archives/52303251.html

空っぽの巣箱からヒナたちが巣立つまで~アオガラ夫婦の巣作り日記

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 今年の3月から5月まで、イギリスのレスターシャーにあるラフバラ―という街から、アオガラの巣作りの様子をライブカメラで公開していたYouTubeチャンネルがあった。

 真新しい巣箱に初めてやって来たアオガラの夫婦が、そこで巣作りをし、卵を孵し、やがてヒナたちが巣立っていくまでのドラマだよ。今日はその一部を紹介するので、楽しんでもらえたら嬉しいな。

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SOURCE: https://karapaia.com/archives/52303272.html

地球の内核に異変。西側と東側で偏って成長していることが判明

地球の核(内核)は左右で成長が異なることが判明
 地球は生きている。地球内部は球状の層が幾重にも積み重なった構造となっているが、最も中心にある「内核」は少しずつ鉄が固まりながら成長している。

 だがその成長には偏りがあるようだ。新たな研究によると、西側よりも東側の方が速い速度で成長しているという。 続きを読む

SOURCE: https://karapaia.com/archives/52303241.html