BY Eileen Milman
on Jun 29, 2011
List this one under "Reasons Why I Love the Internet", because this website dedicated to photographs of Morrissey posing with cats is nothing but PURE JOY. Morrissey, is my favorite mopey, angst-ridden musician. He understands doomed relationships, being lonely in nightclubs, wanting to bludgeon people in their beds... and cats.
Morrissey is a passionate animal rights advocate, and has worked a lot with PETA, so it's not completely random that he has so many ... Read More
on Jun 27, 2011
We’re very pleased to announce the winners of the Ladies of Polaroid contest, a photo competition sponsored by www.landcameras.com and co–sponsored by BUST. The idea was to submit photos inspired by the vintage manuals from the original Polaroid Land Camera, and the results were all pretty amazing, and so adorable!
There were two categories, “reproduction” and “open” ... Read More
From art to photography, this fellow Kristina with a K, of KrisAtomic, is one talented lady! Her prints are beyond adorable and the only reason I've never bought one is because I can never decide on just one. Check out some of her awesome prints and paintings to buy here in her online shop. I think my favorites at the moment are the Miu Miu shoe and Catgirl Painting. Her blog itself is full of gorgeous photographs, clothing ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Jun 23, 2011
In this world riddled with bad fonts (Comic Sans isn't the only culprit...ever seen Curlz MT?) and cringe-worthy layout choices, it truly is a blessing to see lovely graphic design rise above the Adobe doodoo being pumped out by so-called 'artists'. GOOD's "Designing Women: 25 Female Designers and Illustrators We Love" features awesome artists who clearly know what they're doing. Click through the slide show to view their handsome handiwork. ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Jun 22, 2011
At art school, nude dudes and ladies are a part of the curriculum. I’ve been drawing from unclothed figures for six years, and after seeing the rainbow of people that have modeled for my classes, I realized that anyone could be an art model. The only requirement was that one must be willing to show off all the goods on a pedestal under the scrutiny of ten or more artistically-trained students.
This summer, I finally did it. Pants down, art on.As I ... Read More