Flickr user Jason Hull has come up with a creative use for old, unwanted cameras. Taking their shells and repurposing them as nightlights, he makes fumbling around in the dark for the bathroom a little more illuminating.
Life magazine called it “the skinny dip you’ll never see.” In what would have been Marilyn Monroe’s last film role, the buxom, platinum-haired icon frolicked in and around a swimming pool for the unfinished Something’s Got to Give in 1962, a remake of the screwball comedy My Favorite Wife from 1940. Monroe died before she finished making the movie, but excerpts and snapshots of her now-legendary nude bathing scene have only fueled her posthumous celebrity.
The journals of commercial designers, graphic artists, and illustrators are the subjects in Graphic: Inside the Sketchbooks of the World’s Great Graphic Designers by Steve Heller and Lita Talarico. Whether it’s design and branding, stock illustration, print, interactive media, or typography, ideas are recorded in the artist’s sketchbook long before the finished products are in the public eye. This book illustrates a wide span of creative approaches and techniques with themes as unique as the artists who created them.