{STYLE-WISE} Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc

Yesterday, French architect and theorist Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc {27 January 1814 – 17 September 1879} was celebrated by the Google Doodle for his renowned work in the advancement of his field, and his forethought in celebrating Medieval architecture in the modern day. His work was the antithesis of the popular style of the time period, and…

The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

Saul Bassis the iconic film maker and graphic designer who is best known for his iconic opening sequences, poster designs, and corporate logos. Google celebrates his 93rd birthday today, so if you’re searching Google  you will see the ode to Saul’s design for the  “Anatomy of a Murder” poster, a classic from 1959. {You can…

BURGER GIRL WANTS YOU…

If you have never heard of Benjamin Dukhan then please let me introduce you to one of fashion’s most intelligible of beings. His face has helped redefine the image of the male model, whom had always been young, spry, and smooth. While he is both young and spry, it is his scruffy hairiness that has…