I recently discovered the work of artist Theresa Honeywell, who made this fabulous pink knitted motorcycle cozy! Honeywell combines traditionally female crafts like knitting and embroidery with supposedly ''macho-man'' subjects such as biking, tattoos, fixing things with tools, etc. I like how Honeywell plays with gender stereotypes in a fun way and I have to say, if I ever went to someone's house and they just casually had a motorcycle in their garage with a ... Read More
The BUST Stylist's closet is the urban fashionista's wildest dream come true, the most fab fashion and accessory labels, jam-packed into our very own BUST Stylist Closet boutique at the BUST Magazine s Fourth Annual Holiday CRAFTACULAR Event on December 14, 2008. Visit the BUST Stylist's Closet for hundreds of treasure chest finds and stay at the Craftacular for awesome shopping with our crafty vendors. An inexpensive ticket to the BUST Stylist's Closet scores ... Read More
I still don't know what hit me, even two days after experiencing all that is a Quintron and Miss Pussycat show. The New Orleans-based art rockers (which essentially consists of a one-man band and a Maraca-playing backup singer) played Santos Party House, the NYC venue owned by previous BUST Boy du Jour, Andrew W.K. He was the host with the most Monday night, and did his best to hawk the $4 Budweiser specials to a packed house. Here he is, looking snazzy in what a ... Read More
Try these awesome vegan, kosher, organic lip balms by Kaia Wong of the band Mixel Pixel ! The balms and packaging are all handmade with loving care. If this commercial isn't enough to convince you, I don't know what is! Click on all the luscious flavors below to get them at the Bust Boobtique! Limited Edition BUST lip balm, Grab them up in all the flavors, you may want to double up on the special BUST balm before they are all gone. ... Read More

Dolls at Any Age!

BY Web Intern in General

J. David McKenney's ''Retro Dolls'' are uniquely adorable and fun to play with, not to mention wonderfully drawn. You can, and will, spend hours dressing up these faux ladies in 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s inspired chic outfits, ranging from Betty Drapers to Xanadu extras. The accessories are cuties too--gloves, shoes, jewelry, belts and more! This site makes me want to draw dolls all on my own, and dress 'em up too! This just goes to show that dolls can be cool at any ... Read More
  Ladies of NYC, freshen up your wardrobe for free with a good old fashioned clothing swap! This Yelp event is happening Thursday November 13th at the W New York- The Tuscany Hotel in the Audrey and Cherry Lounge, 7pm-9pm. You can bring up to 10 items to swap but feel free to bring extra! All items that are not swapped will be donated to Dress for Success. RSVP at nyparty@yelp.com with the subject heading 'Clothing Swap' and include your name and the ... Read More

YES WE CAN! So now what?

BY Dawn in General

The very serious aftermath of thousands of Obama supporters who now have nothing to talk about...also, be sure to read the news ticker scrolling at the bottom of the video. ... Read More

Twilight Moms

BY Laurie in General

Seems like every teenage girl in America is crazy for the Twilight books and the movie that's being released in a few weeks, a quick search of the internets and you will find thousands of fan sites for the sexy vampire Edward and his family of blood suckers. But what is it about this genre and especially this series that appeals to their moms as well? I found one site that was particularly fascinating, TwilightMoms.com , run by...wait for it... a Mormon mom who's ... Read More
Even after an election week rife with the almost ethereal reality of change (save, of course, for these soul-crushing blows in California, Florida and Arizona), the story of one small-town Oregon mayoral race glimmers with a special sort of triumph. Silverton, Oregon, population 9588, has just elected America's first openly transgender-identified mayor. His name is Stu Rasmussen--and yes, he uses male pronouns. He's also been known to refer to himself as a ... Read More

Swallow Me Whole

BY Sarah J. in Artsy

What better way to depict the terrifying downward spiral of mental illness than in a graphic novel? Nate Powell 's story of a brother and sister dealing with schizophrenia is both heartrending and beautiful. Ruth and Perry are both haunted by visions and compulsions, but as they grow older one gets worse and one gets better. Powell's art captures the loss of control and the visions of the characters in surrealist black-and-white, rendering even a frog and the ... Read More