Polaroids go silk. Simply beautiful. See them collection here and find out more about Suimoto’s collaboration here. (And while you’re on the Hermès Editeur site, don’t miss Daniel Buren’s fantastic chevron scarves.)
Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola’s Moonrise Kingdom is a wonderful, heartbreaking, period adventure-love-story that opens in cinemas this weekend. Aptly, considering the themes of civil unrest and lost love, it’s also Memorial Day weekend, where we remember those who have fallen in the line of duty. La Lettre de la Photographie has posted a handful of beautiful autochrome plates by the Belle Epoque photographer Léon Gimpel depicting a band of child servicemen staging the “iconography of warfare”—images that certainly remind me of Anderson’s signature aesthetic. See them all, here.
My good buddy (and frequent Afterzine contributor) Bobby Solomon featured the beautiful photography of Takeshi Suga on his must-read blog, The Fox Is Black, earlier today. I especially love the above portrait. Check out more here and on Takeshi’s website.