Matthias Clamer, who recently photographed a portfolio of pro athletes as famous musicians for ESPN The Magazine’s Music Issue, was commissioned by British GQ to shoot portraits for their Comedy Special, which hit newsstands last week. Will Arnett, Ed Helms, Andy Samberg, Bo Burnham, Jimmy Kimmel, Kevin Hart, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus all posed for Matthias. […]
Matthias Clamer photographs Will Arnett, Ed Helms, Andy Samberg, Jimmy Kimmel, and others for British GQ’s Comedy Special
Celebrity stylist Sam Spector styles Daniel Radcliffe for Oscars, and GQ.com names Radcliffe one of the night’s best-dressed men
It’s almost easier to win an Oscar than it is to win praise for the way you look on the red carpet. So we’re especially pleased to note that Stockland Martel celebrity stylist Sam Spector‘s styling of actor Daniel Radcliffe was considered a red-carpet winner. None other than GQ.com named Radcliffe, who sported a Prada […]
Two photos from Walter Iooss‘ New York Times Magazine shoot with Andy Samberg, “The Fierce Intimacies of Tennis Rivalries,” were chosen for American Photography 28: . . .
. In its recent Sportsman/Sportswoman issue, Sports Illustrated published a huge feature—something like 12 pages—that explores “The Education of Walter Iooss Jr.” The piece is chock full of candid recollections and observations from the famed SI photog. Below are some highlights. You can read the story in its entirety here. . I won’t do negative […]
The U.S. Open started yesterday, inspiring Walter Iooss to pull together a selection of his tennis photos from the 1970s and ’80s. It’s especially fun to look at these images knowing that Andy Samberg impersonated some of these athletes for the New York Times Magazine cover story that Walter shot for Kathy Ryan, the magazine’s […]
. Yesterday Arem Duplessis, the design director of The New York Times Magazine, tweeted a sneak peek of this Sunday’s cover: a re-creation of a famous 1980 shot of John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg, with comedian Andy Samberg playing both men and photographed by Walter Iooss. Well, that image is