Martin Sigal’s photos for the new Poise campaign are nothing to sneeze at

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Photo by Martin Sigal for Poise.

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Photo by Martin Sigal for Poise.

 

 

Jeff Lipsky photographs Tim Robbins, Jack Black, and their costars from “The Brink” for Vanity Fair

For a feature in its April issue, Vanity Fair asked Jeff Lipsky to photograph the stars of the HBO comedy The BrinkJack Black, Tim Robbins, Pablo Schreiber, and Aasif Mandvi. The shoot took place at the Nate Starkman Building in Los Angeles. Clearly, a good time was had by all…

 

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From left: Pablo Schreiber, Jack Black, Tim Robbins, and Aasif Mandvi. Photo by Jeff Lipsky for Vanity Fair.

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Photo by Jeff Lipsky for Vanity Fair.

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Jeff took a selfie with the cast.

 

 

Ben Stiller tells Seth Meyers about the time he swam among sharks with photographer Michael Muller

We’re excited to announce that this year, Taschen will be publishing a monograph of fearless photographer Michael Muller‘s shark imagery.

“What he does is amazing,” Benedikt Taschen told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview about how he chooses the 50 or so books he publishes each year.

And he’s not the only fan of Michael and his shark photography. In a recent appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers, actor/director Ben Stiller talks about Michael inviting him to join him in South Africa, to scuba among the sharks.

“I had no idea what it would be like,” Stiller says, “and it was actually scary and fun.”

Click here or on the still below to hear the whole story.

 

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Video: Doug Menuez on what Steve Jobs taught him about commanding respect

Inspired by the iconic images in Doug Menuez‘s book Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985–2000, Inc. magazine interviewed the award-winning photographer about the lessons he learned during this pivotal era.

In the “Playbook” series of videos at inc.com, Doug talks about insights he gained from Apple and from Steve Jobs himself, as well as shares John Sculley’s thoughts on the value of diversity.

Click on the links below to watch the videos at inc.om. And to see Doug’s “Long Lost and Rarely Seen Photos of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Other Legendary Tech Figures,” also featured by inc.com, click here.

 

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Click to watch Doug Menuez share a lesson from Steve Jobs about commanding respect.

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Steve Jobs Outlining the Digital Revolution. Sonoma, California, 1986. Photo by Doug Menuez.

 

 

“A Lesson From Steve Jobs on Commanding Respect”

“A Key Innovation Lesson from Apple: You Don’t Have to Be First”

“The Most Important Lesson From the Success of Steve Jobs”

“Steve Jobs’ Photographer: ‘He Knew He Was Burning Everybody Out'”

“How Apple’s John Sculley Championed Diversity and Got a Better Product”

“Entrepreneurs Have to Pay a Price for World-Changing Innovation”

Melanie Acevedo shares her extraordinary “Ordinary Life” in the new issue of Lonny magazine

For the March issue of Lonny magazine, Melanie Acevedo offers a glimpse of her personal life through photos of her home and her children, Rocky and Violet. She also shares the vision behind the many stylish choices she made for the family’s home, located in the beach town of Sea Cliff, New York.

“Unstyled and unaffected, these spontaneous images from a regular routine at home record one family’s experience at its most authentic,” write the editors.

To read the story and see more images, visit “An Ordinary Life.” And to see more of Melanie’s photos of Rocky and Violet, visit her blog, Another 52 Weeks.

 

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“Comfort is the most important factor in the way I choose to live and the things I have in my house. We spend a lot of time in the dining room, and a big communal table is something I’ve had in all my homes. I got this one 20 years ago at an antiques store on the Jersey Shore. It was my office table for a long time; it’s been all sorts of different colors,” says Melanie.

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“We also have a daybed in the dining room, and Violet likes to lie there and read.”

Rocky playing in his room.

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“Violet loves stuffed animals. At the cusp of young womanhood, she’s still a little girl at heart; before she goes to bed, she places them all around her in a certain way so she feels comfortable. Her room has Serena & Lily beanbags, which are childlike but adult and chic at the same time. And I gave her a John Derian glass table that used to be in my bedroom so she has a desk to do her homework.”

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““The house is 100 years old. It used to be a tiny bungalow that was slowly added onto, room by room. When we bought it, the kitchen consisted of two rooms with a brick wall and rotted-out cabinets. We decided to make it simple and graphic. So we just got IKEA cabinetry and metro shelving and some nice appliances, including the Fisher & Paykel industrial stove. The floor was linoleum; we put in the black-and-white tile. Everyone told us to get rid of the little window above the sink, but I love how funky it is.”

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““We’re big cuddlers. We’ve had our kids in bed with us since they were babies. After a hard day, that’s where we’ll talk and read and watch movies together. When they wake up, they come and get into bed with us; Rocky eats his oatmeal and fruit there every morning. We have a king bed, with a down comforter from IKEA and a whole mix of linens—some are from Restoration Hardware, some from Eileen Fisher.”

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Rocky in the living room.

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Melanie with her kids.

 

 

 

 

Jan Steinhilber photographs the print campaign and catalog for the new Peugeot 308 GT

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

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Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

 

 

print campaign credits

agency: BETC, Paris
art director: Ludovic Labayade
art buyer: Christine Lefers
production company: Continental Productions, Paris
retoucher: La Souris sur le Gateau

catalog credits
agency: This Is BD, London
art directors: Andy Thirsk, Nicolas Piergallini
production company: Continental Productions

 

 

Jim Fiscus shoots key art and publicity images for the new Lifetime series “The Lizzie Borden Chronicles,” starring Christina Ricci

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Photo by Jim Fiscus for Lifetime.

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Lizzie’s sister, Emma Borden, played by Clea DuVall. Photo by Jim Fiscus for Lifetime.

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Lizzie Borden’s business associate, underworld kingpin Mr. Flowers, played by Jonathan Banks. Photo by Jim Fiscus for Lifetime.

Christina Ricci reprises the role as the notorious murder suspect from Lifetime’s hit original movie “Lizzie Borden Took An Ax.” Photo by Jim Fiscus for Lifetime.

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Photo by Jim Fiscus for Lifetime.

 

Read about The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, which premieres on Lifetime at 10 PM April 5, at mylifetime.com/shows/the-lizzie-borden-chronicles.

 

Jeff Goldblum is the star of new apartments.com campaign photographed by Michael Muller

In the new ads for Apartments.com, Jeff Goldblum is Brad Bellflower, “an eccentric Silicon Valley maverick who’s pretty damn impressed by everything” at the apartments-listings’ revamped website, notes Adweek. Michael Muller photographed the campaign for RPA. Here’s a look…

 

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Photo by Michael Muller for Apartments.com.

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Photo by Michael Muller for Apartments.com.

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Photo by Michael Muller for Apartments.com.

 

 

Nigel Cox shoots a campaign for Red Robin that vividly introduces their Wild Pacific Crab Cake Burger and Big Sky Burger

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Photo by Nigel Cox for Red Robin.

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Photo by Nigel Cox for Red Robin.

 

 

Art Streiber photographs Jimmy Kimmel for the cover of Entertainment Weekly

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Jimmy Kimmel. Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly, March 13, 2015, issue.

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Photo by Art Streiber.

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Photo by Art Streiber.

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Photo by Art Streiber.

 

 

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