LG has announced the Chocolate BL40 , the 4th phone to their Black Label Series. The new phone features an extra-large 4'' LCD HD touchscreen in, curved hardened glass that highlights the image quality. The resolution is 800x345 pixel. The BL40 has the emblematic black with red touches of the Chocolate.
The new phone will be available fall.
Thomas Wylde’s “Day of the Dead” bag, has already been seen on many celebrities. It is made of soft lamb leather (Barolo leather) with a bunch of silver colored metal skull studs and silver colored hardware. There are skull studs on both sides and has short and long snake chains that can be used as a necklace. You can use it as clutch bag, shoulder bag, or connect two chains to wear as a pouchette. There is a double zip opening, 100% silk twill lining, and one inside pocket. Also available with gold finished hardware.
AEG-Electrolux SW988205L , a new wine cellar for modern homes. This stainless steel built-in wine cellar is equipped with child-proof electronic temperature controls and AEG Precision cooling system with air circulation fan that helps to maintain perfect temperature. The built-in chiller holds up to 36 wine bottles and is designed to be installed in-column at eye level for easy access. The two temperature zones allow you to store both red and white wines.
Tumi's Townhouse collection have added alligator items to the collection. The collection will include small pieces of luggage only. The collection features black alligator skin on the exterior and the interior is lined with supple suede with nickel hardware. The collection is available by special order exclusively from Tumi stores.
Leica has announced their new DSLR series, the S-System. The 37.5-megapixel S-System comes with a 30 x 45mm sensor, giving it a 56 percent larger area than the standard full-frame DSLR and producing images up to 5000 x 7500 pixels. This is accompanied by Leica’s first ever autofocus system and new image processor. $22,995
Limited edition of 60 Silver Gelatin prints (Ilford MGD 44 M' "Pearl"), numbered, titled and individually signed by Julius Shulman, mounted under plexiglass in black frames, 75,5 x 60 cm (29.7 x 23.6 in.), released in 1999.
American photographer Julius Shulman's images of Californian architecture have burned themselves into the retina of the 20th century. A book on modern architecture without Shulman is inconceivable. Some of his architectural photographs, like the iconic shots of Frank Lloyd Wright's or Pierre Koenig's remarkable structures, have been published countless times. The brilliance of buildings like those by Charles Eames, as well as those of his close friend, Richard Neutra, was first brought to light by Shulman's photography.
The clarity of his work demanded that architectural photography had to be considered as an independent art form. Each Shulman image unites perception and understanding for the buildings and their place in the landscape. The precise compositions reveal not just the architectural ideas behind a building's surface, but also the visions and hopes of an entire age. A sense of humanity is always present in his work, even when the human figure is absent from the actual photographs.
Today, a great many of the buildings documented by Shulman have disappeared or been crudely converted, but the thirst for his pioneering images is stronger than ever before.