Blauracke wings, 1512 by Albrecht Dürer

Blaurackenflügel, ca 1512, Albrecht Dürer  / Blauracke wings, 1512 by Albrecht Dürer  (Watercolour and bodycolour, heightened with opaque white)

Currently on display in Albertina Museum Vienna, this work by Albrecht Dürer ranks amongst the rarest work in graphic art ever.
If you love graphic art or any art for that matter, then you want to see this at close range. It is so mesmerising that it forced me to stare at it for more than half an hour. The detail is exquisite, bearing in mind that it was drawn by hand in or around 1512.

See ALBERTINA Museum Wien for past, current & future exhibitions.

If you are an art lover visiting Vienna (silly, as Vienna is all about sniffing culture) then a trip to Albertina Museum is definitely worth the effort. One can simply overdose on a huge art collection for a measly priced ticket. Recommended.



Dan Marker-Moore is a motion designer / photographer based in Los Angeles. See More…


Body & Dance Erwin Olaf


More about Erwin Olaf -Hilversum, Netherlands 

Naomi Campbell Interview Magazine – Photography by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

..fondly referred to as the ‘I will chew you up and spit you out’ series.



See more: Interview Magazine 

Lucy Hardie

Lucy Hardie specialises in fine pen and ink drawings.

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choices…- by Raoof Haghighi

Raoof Haghighi

“You may be as different as the sun and the moon, but the same blood flows through both your hearts. You need her, as she needs you…” – George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones

 Sisters by shomei tomatsu

Sisters by Shomei Tomatsu. Tsukudajima, Tokyo 1955

“Of two sisters one is always the watcher, one the dancer.” – Louise Glück

 Mariska Karto

Sisters by Mariska Karto

“For there is no friend like a sister, in calm or stormy weather; To cheer one on the tedious way, To fetch one if one goes astray, To lift one if one totters down, To strengthen whilst one stands” – Christina Rossetti

Ruud van Empel

Beyond Innocence by Ruud van Empel

“I love you with everything I am. For so long, I just wanted to be like you. But I had to figure out that I am someone too, and now I can carry you, your heart with mine, everywhere I go.” -Ava Dellaira, Sisters

Anka Zhuravleva

Sisters by Anka Zhuravleva

“You know full well as I do the value of sisters’ affections: There is nothing like it in this world” – Charlotte Brontë

..whose world will give us shelter?

There is only one home to the life of a river-mussel;

there is only one home to the life of a tortoise;

there is only one shell to the soul of man:

there is only one world to the spirit of our race.

If that world leaves its course and smashes on boulders of the great void,

whose world will give us shelter?

Death and the King’s Horseman (1975) by Wole Soyinka

The Letter…

National Identities by Jan Banning

National Identities by Jan Banning. Nissrine, a Moroccan girl, reads an application for a Dutch citizenship course. An alternative version of Johannes Vermeer’s painting ‘Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window’.

Delphin Enjolras

Love Letter by Delphin Enjolras

The Letter, Edmund Blair Leighton

The Letter by Edmund Blair Leighton

 Kanika Goyal

Love letter by Kanika Goyal


Girl in water reading a love letter by graffiti artist Aryz

Georges de La Tour

St. Jerome reading a Letter ca. 1593-1652 by Georges de La Tour

Utamaro Kitagawa

The Letter by Utamaro Kitagawa 1750-1806


Girl reading a letter by pwerner4155

 James Carroll Beckwith

The Letter, 1910 by James Carroll Beckwith


Elvis reads fan mail, 1956

 Johannes Vermeer

Woman reading a letter by Johannes Vermeer ca. 1663