Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Gimme, gimme.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Pierre Debusschere

Pierre Debusschere is a visual artist working in the fields of photography & video. He has shot editorials for several leading magazines such as Vogue Homme Japan and Citizen K, as well as being a regular contributor to Dazed & Confused.

Irina Shaposhnikova 09 from pierre debusschere on Vimeo.

Source: f&art

Friday, February 12, 2010

What We've Lost

photo courtesy of purple DIARY

I fell in love with Alexander McQueen after seeing his art direction of Bjork's Homogenic album cover in 1997; it made me look at fashion in a whole new light. He brought a creepiness to fashion none of us had seen before that would soon after bleed into other areas of art and culture. His references to extraterrestrial species, post-mortem remains and cultural controversies would set him apart and carve out a new direction in the world of fashion. I'm deeply saddened that we've lost such a genius and my heart goes out to those closest to him. Unfortunately, some of the most brilliant people are also the most sensitive to life's disappointments. It's the delicate balance of creativity and depression, which often go hand in hand, that artists struggle with the most. Although we've lost a beautiful mind, I hope we can learn to truly appreciate and support those artists who are still with us and especially ones we personally know. Our world would be bleak and colorless without their life's work.

Monday, February 8, 2010

A-S DÅVIK-Nail Ring Set Gold

The full set of the illustrious nail rings from Anna-Sara Dåvik. One ring for each finger! Each nail is handmade and features the beautiful A-S monogram. They are made in 18K gold. The rings circumference is adjustable.

Source: AnOther

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Taxidermy x Art

Oh, the oddities and curiosities of taxidermy. I think this is frowned upon in the African-American community but I've come to appreciate it when done artistically. Courtesy of Crappy Taxidermy, most were creepy but a few seemed well thought-out and executed.

/// http://crappytaxidermy.com/