Vintage Celebrity Photos by Francesco Scavullo: No End To Beauty

Celebrity Photos by Francesco Scavullo
Brooke Shields, screenprint color on canvas, 1984

Eighty-nine vintage photographs by renowned celebrity and beauty photographer Francesco Scavullo were auctioned off in a live auction, Francesco Scavullo: No End To Beauty, by Sotheby’s on November 2nd, 2015. Read more

A $2500 Terrific Tome From Taschen of Annie Leibovitz’ Awesome Photography.


Taschen publishes a special SUMO sized volume of the works of photographer Annie Leibovitz. Read more

A Sneak Peek: Drew Barrymore In Harper’s Bazaar and 34 Pics Of Her On The Red Carpet.

Drew Barrymore In Harper's Bazaar

Daniel Jackson photographed the beautiful Drew Barrymore for the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Here’s a look at the shots for the cover and the editorial in the upcoming issue as well as a look at the star’s Red Carpet evolution over the years. Read more

The Astounding Range Of Creative Talent Known As Rankin.

Photographer Rankin

John Rankin Waddell, who is better known by the sole name of Rankin, is a very busy and talented man. Having photographed everyone from the Queen of England to the Queen of Pop, Rankin is often seen as a celebrity photographer, but his talents and repertoire go way beyond portraiture. Read more

POP! Faces. 20 Wrinkled Celebs and Pop Culture Icons. Literally Wrinkled.

POP!Faces takes a look at some pop culture icons through the ages. Joshua Scott Photographer, Yee Wong Concept, Ben Gonyo Animation. Read more

Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Usher & More Sacrifice Their Digital Lives To Save Others.

above: Lady Gaga is Dead

A multitude of celebrities from superstar Lady Gaga to photographer David LaChapelle have sacrificed their digital lives to help save millions of real lives affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India in a new awareness campaign for Keep A Child Alive by TBWA/ Chiat /Day, New York.

Starting on December 1, which was World AIDS Day, the world’s most followed celebrity Tweeters began sacrificing their digital lives to help save millions of real lives affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.

That meant no more Twitter or Facebook updates from any of them. No more knowing where they are, what they had for dinner, or what interesting things are happening in their lives. From here on out, they’re dead. Kaput. Finished.

Jennifer Hudson Is Dead:

But they don’t have to die in vain. And they don’t have to stay dead for long. Just watch their Last Tweet and Testaments, and buy their lives back.

Every single dollar helps Keep a Child Alive fight this terrible disease. And when $1,000,000 is reached, everyone will be back online and tweeting in no time.

You can even join the fight yourself by sacrificing your own digital life. If Khloe and Kim can live without Twitter for a few days, maybe you can too.

Kim and Khloe Kardashian Are Dead:

Together, with a little digital sacrifice on our parts, we can give millions of real people the care, love and hope they deserve. We can give them life – the one thing none of us can live without.

The following fabulous shots of the ‘dead’ celebs were taken by Markus Klinko and Indrani, with styling by GK Reid. The one exception is the Justin Timberlake shot which was taken by Peggy Sirota.

The other “Dead” Celebs:

Alicia Keyes:

Justin Timberlake:

Bronson Pelletier:

Daphne Guinness:

David LaChapelle:

Elijah Wood:

Janelle Monae:

Jay Sean:

Kimberly Cole:

Ryan Seacrest:

Serena Williams:

Swiss Beatz:

The Buried Life:


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GLEE does Madonna; Side By Side Photos and More!

Glee does Madonna
above photograph by Rodelio Astudillo

The April 20th episode of the quirky musical television show GLEE honors pop star Madonna, with nothing but Madonna songs. Read more