Is It Possible?- Real Life Batman

Daniel Kish uses echolocation to see.

Chester French - Not Over You

"A New Dawn"  Vogue Australia, August 2011  photographer: Nick Leary  Rachael Taylor
Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"
Vogue Australia, August 2011 
photographer: Nick Leary
Rachael Taylor

Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"  Vogue Australia, August 2011  photographer: Nick Leary  Rachael Taylor
Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"
Vogue Australia, August 2011 
photographer: Nick Leary
Rachael Taylor

Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"  Vogue Australia, August 2011  photographer: Nick Leary  Rachael Taylor
Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"
Vogue Australia, August 2011 
photographer: Nick Leary
Rachael Taylor

Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"  Vogue Australia, August 2011  photographer: Nick Leary  Rachael Taylor
Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

"A New Dawn"
Vogue Australia, August 2011 
photographer: Nick Leary
Rachael Taylor

Rachael Taylor in Gucci for Vogue Australia August 2011

on camouflage and visual disruption:

Norman Wilkinson, the famed British marine artist, is credited with the creation of “dazzle painting,” in which ships were covered with bold stripes and splotches. Instead of blending ships into the horizon, such painters rendered the vessels highly visible to adversaries, but made their size, direction, and armaments maddeningly inscrutable. The tactic was used by all major allied forces in World War I.

Invisible, Inc. - Magazine - The Atlantic

on camouflage and visual disruption:

Norman Wilkinson, the famed British marine artist, is credited with the creation of “dazzle painting,” in which ships were covered with bold stripes and splotches. Instead of blending ships into the horizon, such painters rendered the vessels highly visible to adversaries, but made their size, direction, and armaments maddeningly inscrutable. The tactic was used by all major allied forces in World War I.

Invisible, Inc. - Magazine - The Atlantic

Alexander McQueen, Fall 2005 Ready-to-Wear Kim Noorda

Alexander McQueen, Fall 2005 Ready-to-Wear
Kim Noorda

FutureWife Crush on Rosamund Pike in Barney’s Version.

"American Classics" Vogue UK, April 2004 photographer: Arthur Elgort Jacquetta Wheeler
ana_lee: Артур Элгорт/ Arthur Elgort. Vol. 2. (image heavy)

"American Classics"
Vogue UK, April 2004 
photographer: Arthur Elgort
Jacquetta Wheeler

ana_lee: Артур Элгорт/ Arthur Elgort. Vol. 2. (image heavy)