In the age of DIY and off-beat tee shirts like Threadless, graphic shirts have taken on a whole new wave. It's not just about snark and sass - it's also about artistry. Enter Rotter and Friends with their line drawing, portraiture tee shirts. You make recognize a face or two on these snazzy tees - the shirts feature portraits of famous rockers, folkies, and hippies. Think Karen Dalton, Bettie Davis, Badfinger, Graham Nash, and Neil Young.
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BY Intern Stephanie G
on Nov 23, 2009
What could be more romantic than wearing sexy lingerie for your special someone? How about sewing a GPS tracking device into it? Huh?! That's right ladies. Thanks to Brazilian designer Lucia Iorio and her LindeLucy Lingerie line, your man will never have to waste another sleepless night wondering where his free-roaming, wanderlust-consumed woman is. Welcome to the "Find Me If You Can" line, where each piece of lingerie comes equipped with a very visible, ... Read More
Calling all design queens and shoe lovers: the modish and sassy shoe brand, John Fluevog is running a new design contest. Do you have a passion for art direction and products? Fluevog Shoes has a challenge for you! Contest entrants are called to submit ad designs featuring the famed Fluevog shoes and style, but of course with a twist.
So, click, design, and submit! Finalist designs are voted on at FluevogCreative. With toolkits and ... Read More
BY Bette Bentley
on Nov 17, 2009
‘Tis the season for sharing and exchanging. On Nov 21st, 3rd Ward will lend its space to a massive free exchange. Come to the Score! Swap at 3rd Ward this Saturday! Bring your old Blondie records, impulse sample sale buys, penny loafers, Jane Fonda workout videos, harmonica chord progression manuals, etc…and score some new treasures! Find a holiday gift for your mom, a smashing scarf for your friend, or a Queen Latifah cassette tape for your own ... Read More
on Nov 16, 2009
Ah, Internets! You so funny. In this wonderful video, Gwen Verdon's awesome Bob Fosse dance number, "Mexican Breakfast" (??) from some time in the 70s is given subtitles to explain what each dance move is trying to say, and it's just one of those wonderful things you can watch over and over and over again. If this doesn't make you laugh on a crabby Monday morning, you should probably go see the doctor. Check out the vid after the jump, and enjoy.
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