BY Kate Senecal
on Jun 13, 2011
Here at BUST we’re not shy about expressing our unabashed and limitless love for Miranda July, and we’re all excited about her upcoming film “The Future.” While some of the editors have already seen the film, I have not yet, and I feel a little embarrassed to admit it, but I think I’ve watched the trailer five times in the last thirty minutes. There’s a sort of rawness that Miranda July promises us here in her depiction ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on Jun 08, 2011
Yes, you read that right. Aelita Andre, the 4-year-old daughter of two Australia-based artists, has her own solo exhibit, The Prodigy of Color, at the Agora Gallery in Chelsea, NY until the 25th of June.
While the popular joke about abstract art may still be “my kid could have done that,” Andre’s success adds new meaning to the common trope. The artist sold paintings for as much as $24,000, and celebrated her second birthday during her first ... Read More
on Jun 03, 2011
One my favorite people in the world (and former BUST writer), Sarah Verdone was a talented writer, beautiful wife, and mother to two young daughters. She lost her battle with cancer last year, and we all still miss her terribly. Come help celebrate her memory next Wednesday at a benefit party for a writers award created in her name. We’ll be there!
Tucker Viemeister & Paper Magazine invite you for Cocktails
to support the Sarah Verdone Writing Award ... Read More
on May 25, 2011
Director, writer, and graphic designer Mike Mills (whose first film was 2005’s Thumbsucker) has a new movie out June 3rd called Beginners—a beautiful film about love, death, and new beginnings. Based on Mike’s personal experiences, the story revolves around 38-year-old Oliver (played by Ewan McGregor) whose father Hal (Christopher Plummer) comes out as a homosexual at the age of 75 after his wife of 45 years passes away. Unfortunately Hal is ... Read More
on May 23, 2011
Contest ends May 31st 2011, still time to enter!
If you own an official Polaroid camera manual from the 1960's, 70's or 80's you've undoubtedly noticed the mod ladies stiffly posing for product shots. With perfectly manicured†nails and immaculately coiffed hair, these ladies were not only fine as wine, but they're also a window into the fashion of the day. If you have seen the hit series Mad Men and salivated over the styles of the working girls, this is ... Read More