Tag: photographer

June 8, 2013 / / Architecture

Restored by: Marmol Radziner | Restoration. And, there’s this beautiful book that’s like a vacation in itself… Palm Springs Living: Diane Dorrans Saeks, David Glomb: Amazon.com: Books.

May 19, 2013 / / Art

THE DATE PART V: BECAUSE MY LOVE FOR YOU WOULD BREAK MY HEART IN TWO Who Am I? Who Will I Be Now? Rhodes Cardell or Will Makepeace? Those questions haunted him as the day of the date came closer and closer like the waters from an on-rushing river. A…

May 15, 2013 / / Art

THE DATE PART IV; OR, BE MY BABY Rhodes Cardell appeared, more or less, his usual self. He was working on a shoot which involved copious part-concealed nudity, and numerous insouciant and cheeky requests of the “would you mind pointing your delicious decolletage a little more to the right, Alyssa”…

May 8, 2013 / / Art

THE DATE PART III; OR, I’M DANCING AS FAST AS I CAN A date with Isabella Arden! Rhodes Cardell’s mask of insouciant cool cracked, and the face of Will Makepeace could be glimpsed beneath. The same face, but also not. Rhodes’s expression on hearing Isabella affirm that she would, wonder…

May 7, 2013 / / Culture

Louise Dahl-Wolfe is credited with discovering Bacall while working for Diane Vreeland at Harper’s Bazaar. On a visit to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on February 10, 1945, Bacall’s press agent, chief of publicity at Warner Bros. Charlie Enfield, asked the 20-year-old Bacall to sit on the piano…

May 5, 2013 / / Art

Photograph by Herb Ritts . THE DATE PART II – BY GEORGE KAPLAN . Rhodes Cardell was used to being around women, *lots* of women; often in varying states of undress. He was, he pretended, inured to female nudity, not an eyelid did he bat at an undraped feminine form…

May 1, 2013 / / Architecture

. The Date, by George Kaplan . Rhodes Cardell was in a quandary. As was Will Makepeace. Rhodes Cardell was in a panic. So, too, was Will Makepeace. This wasn’t too surprising, because Rhodes Cardell *was* Will Makepeace, or, rather, vice versa. . It was 1983. Rhodes Cardell was a…

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

Lady Lyndon on screen in a shimmery blue gown – scenes were shot in natural light and candlelight with special lenses to capture the look of 18th Century paintings. Costumes designed by Milena Canonero and Ulla-Britt Søderlund: .

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

This is a set model – it’s hanging just above eye level in the gallery. Shooting on the set: