BY Veronica Santos
on Mar 25, 2015
Cheyenne Randall is an artist in Seattle who is making us swoon with his pictures of tattooed celebrities. Audrey Hepburn and Willie Nelson are just a couple stars Randall has in his impressive gallery of celebs donning gorgeous skin art. Check out some of our favorites below:
Marilyn Monroe before she exploded as an icon.
Liz Taylor giving us the eye... and sporting some epic tats.
Gaga with more tattoos than skin.
Jimi Hendrix with a heart full of love on his cheek...
To see more of Randall's work check out his tumblr: Shopped Tattoos. Spoiler alert: It's all AWESOME. Read More
BY Brittany Allen
on Feb 27, 2014
Cheyenne Randall, a Seattle-based mixed media artist, has knocked the socks off Instagram and Tumblr with his latest project. In the images below, Randall takes classic photos of Hollywood icons and glazes the figures with home-spun tattoos. Ever wondered what Lady Di would look like with a sleeve? Your quest is over.
Ms. Marilyn Monroe...had she lived on Bedford Avenue, circa 1999.
Audrey Hepburn, had her Roman Holiday been more of a Roman bacchanalia.
A Rockwellian WW2 worker, had she also maybe enjoyed roller derby.
This sixties' ad... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 07, 2011
While watching Hallmark's I Love Lucy marathon in honor of Lucille Ball's 100th birthday yesterday, I found myself swooning over Lucy's outfits. Her ensembles are classic, of course, but many of the elements (sheer, lace, sweetheart necklines, polka dots, tea-length hems, etc.) seem to be particularly on-trend at the moment. So much so, that I easily could compile a look from several stores mimicking her signature looks. Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Aug 05, 2011
A 32 page comic book is just the beginning of Lucille Ball’s centennial soiree. Starting today at 6am (ET/PT) and all the way through August 7, The Hallmark Channel will be showcasing 96 classic Lucy episodes - with no reruns! - in honor of the Queen of Comedy’s 100th birthday. So make some coffee, pour in a little Vitameatavegamin for that extra special boost, and get ready to celebrate.
Lucille Ball made history as the first female head of a production company and as America’s favorite red-headed slapstick comedienne. Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Jul 15, 2011
Thanks to Blue Water Productions, iconic funny lady Lucille Ball is getting her own comic for her 100th birthday. Written by Jaymes Reed and illustrated by Patricio Carbajal, this 32-page comic book will explore her multifaceted career, as well as her contributions to society - she is an inductee in the National Women's Hall of Fame - and the tremendous influence she had on the American public.
Publisher Darren G. Read More