BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 17, 2012
This summer, we've been admiring all the bold-and-nutty prints and patterns that the stylish ladies of NYC having been sporting. If you're a fan of the look, and have a plain T-shirt you'd like to spruce up, why not check out this rad tutorial from The Zen of Making? DIY guru Haley Pierson-Cox came up with this genius, simple way of block-printing a tee, and we can't wait to try it out this weekend. We may even try out this method on some pants that need a little ... Read More
BY Intern Lauren
on Aug 10, 2012
It’s come to my attention that the BUST blog is in serious need of some cat lovin’! Here to fix that urgent dilemma is Etsy user Kate Funk and her kitschy kitty greeting cards. Every card features Kate’s feline friend, AC, impersonating dozens of icons in a variety of scenarios that are ten thousand times cuter (yes, that’s absolutely a real statistic) when a cat is the star. You’ll find AC looking fierce as Dracula, Jaws, the Loch Ness Monster, a ... Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Jun 21, 2012
Do you like cats? Are you allergic? If you said yes to the first or both questions, you're in luck. Even if you are allergic to the adorable furry monsters, you can show your love for felines by wearing them on your legs. Our friends at Pretty Snake made this bomb pair of leggings, but they need your help to make more to fit their demand.
If you like their leggings or cats in general, head over to their kickstarter page to make a donation. Donations can get you a ... Read More
No matter what you spent your weekend doing, chances are, reddit user haissam93 spent his time a little more wisely. Over the weekend, he and his sister posted pictures of their cat acting out scenes from famous movies and we've been assured that their feline friend “hated every minute of it.” Check out these recreated images from American Beauty, Psycho, Titanic, and The Shining:
"It's hard to stay mad when there's so much beauty in ... Read More
If there’s one thing I’m sure of at the BUST office, it’s that everyone here loves cats. We might have found our rival, though: a man by the name of Louis Wain. Wain, an extremely successful freelance illustrator throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s, gained his reputation with hundreds of humorous cat illustrations. He was even the President of the National Cat Club, according to the Henry Boxer Gallery.
Inspired by his ... Read More