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The Jet as Art, shot by photographer Jeffrey Milstein - "features large-scale images of airliners in flight, shot at the precise moment when the aircraft is overhead. This work combines passions for form, symmetry, color, and flight.

Sure she still has it - Victoria Beckham becomes the cover star of next months Turkish Vogue, photographed in black and white by the amazing Ellen Von Unwerth. Vogue's magazine brand extension, never ceases to amaze, hats off to Ellen, great work.

In July 2010, the Indian government presented the first symbol for the Indian rupee, designed by D Udaya Kumar and selected from thousands of submissions responding to an open call for entries. The Ashwini Deshpande, presents her take on the submission process, the new symbol and how it represents this diverse nation.

Coinciding with the 97th Tour de France’s snaking journey across French mountains and vineyards, Paul Smith has again opened up his ‘art wall’ to cycling-inspired art. Last year he hosted a collection of photos from Rouleur magazine at his Heathrow Terminal 5 boutique; this year it’s the turn of London artist and cyclist James Straffon, curator of the online NÖ Gallery.