Lady Gaga’s coming to town

For “little monsters” everywhere, I can only imagine how much you were squealing with delight when Lady Gaga cut the Barneys ribbon with the most flamboyant designed pair of larger than life scissors. She channeled her inner Willy Wonka, Santa Claus and threw in a bit of Tim Burton style into the idea with this holiday workshop . . . → Read More: Lady Gaga’s coming to town

Brooke Hagel Fashion Illustrations

Enjoying the April showers, pompers? I thought I’d share a couple of my favorite fashion illustrations by this amazing artist, Brooke Hagel. She has been one of my blog crush’s for a long time now. I love that she can re-create anyone onto paper and with the right techniques and color, she brings them life! I’m . . . → Read More: Brooke Hagel Fashion Illustrations

Fashion Art : Jennifer Lilya

” I love drawing pretty pictures” – Jennifer Lilya

Pretty is an understatement once you check out these fashion design illustrations below from the super talented artist. I’m always on the lookout for an illustrator with their own take on fashion illustration because everyone has their own touch and style when sketching out something from the mind onto . . . → Read More: Fashion Art : Jennifer Lilya

Governors Island Art Fair

One of the perks of living in New York City is the endless access to a plethora of art galleries, museums and exhibits. I especially love exploring unexpected venues, where it feels like I’ve just happened upon the art. So I hopped on a ferry this weekend to check out the Governors Island Art Fair, presented . . . → Read More: Governors Island Art Fair

Exit Through the Gift Shop – Movie Review

“Holy shit!! We just forged a million quid”

The Banksy I was acquainted with in this movie might not even be Banksy, an elusive, allegedly Bristolian street artist who has graduated said art to a level above and beyond its ruffian, deviant beginnings. His subversion is meditative, inquisitive, complex and beautiful. He is truly an artist, not . . . → Read More: Exit Through the Gift Shop – Movie Review

World of Wonders

These glass models of sealife were created by the 19th century Blaschkas, a father and son team of expert glassmakers. Sealife is notoriously difficult to preserve, and these beautiful glass models proved an elegant and imaginative solution. Seen at the Boston Museum . . . → Read More: World of Wonders