Anthony Burrill recently created some work for Hermès in Beverley Hills - he also made a short film of BTS footage with Paul Plowman, which is super emotive and quite excellent. It epitomizes the “stranger in a strange land” feeling that often coincides with multi-tiered cultural institutions existing within the more glamorous depths of the the American psyche.
Watching the two videos together left me with a feeling of contemplation, and a weird sort of tranquil emptiness that I can only describe as ‘floaty.’
Baby Monkeys who want to keep up with their older siblings must learn to let go – literally! A Geoffroy’s Spider Monkey born on October 20 at Switzerland’s Zoo Basel will soon be leaping like a daredevil, but still takes refuge in mom’s arms.
See more photos and read the story at Zooborns.
ed: Wow!!! Hey, Pantone!
Absolutely adore Aesop’s new Futurist Assembly holiday campaign and gift kits. Very timely and well designed. I think its very wonderful to include links to actual Futurists texts and artworks in the microsite as well. Check it out here!
My opinion may not be completely unbiased - Aesop is my go to for hair and skincare in NYC.