Posteritati is home to over 40,000 movie posters from decades of cinema. The store/gallery is based in New York where you can purchase everything from a 1960s Swiss Scene Card of Casablanca for $150 to a 1933 Argentinian King Kong poster for $75,000. Find more on the Posteritati website. (via Kottke.org)
You'd expect a man who made the latex heads for Spitting Image to have a wicked sense of humour and that's precisely what you get here. Wilfrid Wood gave his opinions on some of his favourite books for It's That Nice. More than likely you won't have read many of these apart from the last one, which carries …
The Barcelona Pavilion is one of the greatest and most famous pieces of modernist architecture. It was originally designed for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe but was demolished after the exposition ended. Mies had a series of photographs taken of the building beforehand and thanks to these images, …
Can we have one in black please? (via Dezeen)
I read the comments but they weren't so bad. This article is an attempt at minimalist photography advice. Just don't try to copy Michael Kenna*, okay? (via PetaPixel) *This is Michael Kenna.
Most people have smartphones or digital cameras with the best technology known to man. Here's how you can take great photos with ease. https://youtu.be/pkqZu0PJqws (via DIY Photography)
“This is a huge project – it’s a new global brand airline, for heaven’s sake – that was achieved in a remarkably tight timeframe." (via It's Nice That)
For my 10th birthday, I got a Gameboy Color. I cried when I unwrapped it because a few months prior, my original Gameboy DMG was stolen along with 10 games. I also got a gold cover for it but I've yet to find another since. Thanks to people like D*nald Tr*mp, gold can seem tacky …
What made the 1997 Volkswagen Golf Harlequin so cool? Dan Nosowitz from Atlas Obscura investigated.
Those are the words of legendary German designer Dieter Rams who conducted a rare interview with Kinfolk recently. Read the full interview on Dezeen.