Customized Leica X2 - Lamborghini 50 Anniversary Asia Drive

October 30 2013

In celebration of Lamborghini 50 Anniversary Asia Drive, Leica Camera Asia Pacific specially customized a one of a kind Leica X2 camera cladded with ostrich look chestnut leather on titanium body and ostrich chestnut leather protector.

Women: Annie Leibovitz, Susan Sontag

October 29 2013

The photographs by Annie Leibovitz in Women, taken especially for the book, encompass a broad spectrum of subjects: a rap artist, an astronaut, two Supreme Court justices, farmers, coal miners, movie stars, showgirls, rodeo riders, socialites, reporters, dancers, a maid, a general, a surgeon, the First Lady of the United States, the secretary of state, a senator, rock stars, prostitutes, teachers, singers, athletes, poets, writers, painters, musicians, theater directors, political activists, performance artists, and businesswomen.

"Each of these pictures must stand on its own," Susan Sontag writes in the essay that accompanies the portraits. "But the ensemble says, So this what women are now -- as different, as varied, as heroic, as forlorn, as conventional, as unconventional as this."



New D-Lux 6 ( silver lens )

October 26 2013

A Visual Inventory - John Pawson

October 20 2013

John Pawson's career as an architect and designer spans a variety of sizes and programmes: from bowls to bridges, and monasteries to Calvin Klein stores. In addition to his acclaimed design work, he is the author of Phaidon's successful Mininum, a book that paired images and captions to illustrate the notion of simplicity in a beautiful and inspirational manner.

A visual Inventory presents some of the images from Pawson's personal collection of over 230,000 digitalk snapshots. The book opens with an essay explaining the importance of photography as a tool for Pawson's work, and the images are set one per page with illuminating captions.

Covering a huge range of subjects, the photographs from a remarkable body of reference material. Some of the images illustrate a particular idea about form, material or space; others reflects the author's interest in returning repeatedly to certain subjects, capturing the changes brought by different weather, light conditions, seasons and patterns of use.

Each image has been chosen for the book because it is useful, offering a lesson in visual thinking. None of the photographs in the book have been cropped or altered; it is the selection, arrangement and captioning of the images that make this book unique, valuable and attractive to any architect, designer, artist or student who wants to see the world around them with a stronger eye.