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Have you applied to the BUST Magazine Craftacular at World Maker Faire yet? If not, what are you waiting for? Applications close August 15, and we're still looking for some serious talent to put under our tents.   World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Queens is both an amazing experience in general (Human-sized Mouse Trap? That happened.) and an amazing opportunity for crafters; your wares will be seen by approximately 40,000 DIY enthusiasts over both days (September 29-30) of this exciting weekend event. Your...
After announcing last summer that they would be hosting not one but two identical festivals held on back-to-back weekends, the people behind Coachella have made yet another monumental announcement last night: Coachella is going nautical! That's right, starting at $500, folks can book a cabin on the "S.S. Coachella" for access to all the basic cruise amenities as well as some pretty awesome concerts. Pulp and Hot Chip will be headlining, with other names on the line-up such as Girl Talk, Sleigh Bells, Z-Trip, Yeasayer, Grimes, The...
I’m going to try to leave the Hilary Clinton comparisons out of this and stick to the already publicized spoilers. Leading lady Elaine Barrish Hammond (Sigourney Weaver) is, quite frankly, badass in the USA network's newest show, Political Animals. She’s smart and wears a burgundy jumpsuit like nobody's business. Elaine could have worn a demure skirt-suit during her introduction, but that’s not the kind of woman she is. She tells her husband, Former President Bud Hammond (Ciaran Hinds), she wants a divorce confidently. Elaine’s just lost a...
On a scale of 1 to crazy, there are simply no words to describe the caliber of wackiness achieved by the Jeremy Scott for Adidas Fall/Winter 2012 collection. Runway fashion can be a hit or miss. Sometimes, the outfits can inspire you to cash in all your loose change you've accumulated from the past five years, sell all the contents of your entire closet to the nearest thrift store, and use the money for a complete wardrobe overhaul that's nothing short of fabulous. Other times,...
Think you want that pencil case? Think again—unless you get some sort of fulfillment out of carrying bricks around in your bag—because that thing is made of stone. I don't mean it lacks emotions. It is literally carved out of stone. By using ordinary river rocks (similar to that one you may or may not have stubbed your toe on when you were tubing with your friends) as his canvas, Japanese artist Hirotoshi Itoh molds his unconventional mediums to take on a range of unexpected forms. The...