The New Guard: Hollywood’s Freshest Faces cover story of W Magazine’s April 2013 edition shot by Alasdair McLellan with Brit Marling, Eddie Redmayne & Emayatzy Corinealdi styled by Edward Enninful. Hair by Jimmy Paul, the makeup artist was Aaron De Mey.
For the cover Brit wears a Dries Van Noten shirt, Miu Miu top while Eddie while Eddie wears T by Alexander Wang t-shirt.
Photography Series of Profiles of people with a night landscape on them.
For his theatrical and retro editorial in the April issue of US Vogue magazine, ‘The Great Gatsby‘ actor Tobey Maguire slips into character as the male protagonist in Alfred Hitchcock‘s classic ’50s suspense film ‘Rear Window’. Photographed by Peter Lindbergh and styled by Grace Coddington, the 37-year-old hottie is joined by supermodel Carolyn Murphy — reprising the protagonist’s wealthy socialite girlfriend — and actress Laurie Metcalf — playing the home-care nurse.
Our atmosphere is pretty small from up here
But holy Sagan, this photo is gorgeous!
The Arms of M106
The spiral arms of bright galaxy M106 sprawl through this remarkable multiframe portrait, composed of data from ground- and space-based telescopes. Also known as NGC 4258, M106 can be found toward the northern constellation Canes Venatici. The well-measured distance to M106 is 23.5 million light-years, making this cosmic scene about 80,000 light-years across. Typical in grand spiral galaxies, dark dust lanes, youthful blue star clusters, and pinkish star forming regions trace spiral arms that converge on the bright nucleus of older yellowish stars. But this detailed composite reveals hints of two anomalous arms that don’t align with the more familiar tracers. Seen here in red hues, sweeping filaments of glowing hydrogen gas seem to rise from the central region of M106, evidence of energetic jets of material blasting into the galaxy’s disk. The jets are likely powered by matter falling into a massive central black hole.
No, these are not new pictures of extraterrestrial planets sent from Voyager. Interestingly enough, these are photographs by Christopher Jonassen in his series, ‘Devour of Frying Pan Bottoms.‘ He executes these planet-like looks to the pans by removing the handles in some post-production editing and leaving them to drift in space.
Could have fooled me. Throw some stars in the background and you have an exoplanet floating in space.