Monday, March 24, 2014
Rita Hayworth’s black dress, from the film Gilda.
Absolutely timeless design — should erase any question as to whether fashion can be art. (Though, frankly, I’m not sure why you would have that question in the first place!)
(Image via.)

Rita Hayworth’s black dress, from the film Gilda.

Absolutely timeless design — should erase any question as to whether fashion can be art. (Though, frankly, I’m not sure why you would have that question in the first place!)

(Image via.)

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
It would have taken an act of willing denial to miss the fact that, in an age where the guitar hero has become something of a rarity, a thirty-one-year-old woman was shredding.

Sasha Frere-Jones, the New Yorker

If you haven’t seen St. Vincent perform live yet, you absolutely must.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
From Fab Ciraolo’s series Old School Heroes. The artist dresses up cartoon characters from bygone eras (ahem, my childhood).
Check out more of his fabulous illustrations here. 
(Credit - Fab Ciraolo via The Gloss)

From Fab Ciraolo’s series Old School Heroes. The artist dresses up cartoon characters from bygone eras (ahem, my childhood).

Check out more of his fabulous illustrations here

(Credit - Fab Ciraolo via The Gloss)

Monday, October 3, 2011
"…and I gave my word, so I’m back in." - George Michael Bluth
I owe the internet some art, as I did give my word and all. I hope this works for you.
Meet Charming Baker. He likes cheap books, girls, dogs and tea. And his artwork is pretty awesome. Energy. Movement. Content and context. Colors. Enjoy.
(Credit - Charming Baker)
Unrelated - Welcome back Arrested Development, the void has never been filled.

"…and I gave my word, so I’m back in." - George Michael Bluth

I owe the internet some art, as I did give my word and all. I hope this works for you.

Meet Charming Baker. He likes cheap books, girls, dogs and tea. And his artwork is pretty awesome. Energy. Movement. Content and context. Colors. Enjoy.

(Credit - Charming Baker)

Unrelated - Welcome back Arrested Development, the void has never been filled.

Friday, July 29, 2011
Today’s Flickr Friday features the work of a one BryanKonietzko AKA half of the brains behind the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender and the upcoming, The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra. 
I love his photos because they’re all so real. They aren’t overly processed. (It actually doesn’t appear they’re processed at all, for the most part.) As with all great photographers, he masterfully controls the light and focus to make the photograph interesting, rather than needing to force some interest into a sub-par shot using Photoshop or other editing tools.
(Credit - Flickr user BryanKonietzko)

Today’s Flickr Friday features the work of a one BryanKonietzko AKA half of the brains behind the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender and the upcoming, The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra

I love his photos because they’re all so real. They aren’t overly processed. (It actually doesn’t appear they’re processed at all, for the most part.) As with all great photographers, he masterfully controls the light and focus to make the photograph interesting, rather than needing to force some interest into a sub-par shot using Photoshop or other editing tools.

(Credit - Flickr user BryanKonietzko)

Thursday, April 28, 2011

In keeping with my “stuff that I find artistically inspiring” - this fits beautifully.

elledeau:

I love this. That’s all there really is to say.

(Via here, via here.)

Friday, March 11, 2011
I was a bit remiss in my posting this week, so I’m trying to make up for lost time. I figured I’d take the trendy route and go with a piece from the upcoming Quentin vs. Coens art show. Mia Wallace (the piece above) was created by Jason Levesque. You can check out more of his work here. More info about the show, as well as a preview of some of the other pieces are here.
(Credit - Jason Levesque)

I was a bit remiss in my posting this week, so I’m trying to make up for lost time. I figured I’d take the trendy route and go with a piece from the upcoming Quentin vs. Coens art show. Mia Wallace (the piece above) was created by Jason Levesque. You can check out more of his work here. More info about the show, as well as a preview of some of the other pieces are here.

(Credit - Jason Levesque)

Saturday, February 26, 2011
Happy Oscar weekend! In honor of the big event tomorrow, here is a photo, from Life's Oscar Gallery, of the amazing, talented, classy, beautiful, kind-hearted, brilliant Audrey Hepburn in 1954, anxiously awaiting the announcement of the Best Actress. (Indeed, it was her for Roman Holiday - the only Oscar she would win for performance.) Check out the rest of the gallery here.
(Photo Credit - Leonard Mccombe/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Happy Oscar weekend! In honor of the big event tomorrow, here is a photo, from Life's Oscar Gallery, of the amazing, talented, classy, beautiful, kind-hearted, brilliant Audrey Hepburn in 1954, anxiously awaiting the announcement of the Best Actress. (Indeed, it was her for Roman Holiday - the only Oscar she would win for performance.) Check out the rest of the gallery here.

(Photo Credit - Leonard Mccombe/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)