Norma Jeane as her birth name was. She makes me feel like growing my hair long and curly when I see these pictures. She also makes me feel sad for all the current models who have to look androgynous.
Pictures borrowed here
A friend of mine posted this on facebook yesterday. I thought I would share it in case any NYC people didn’t know what to do in the upcoming weekend. I really would like to see it myself, but since I am situated in Denmark I’ll have to pass the chance.
“If you live in NYC, this is one show you’re not going to want to miss! Start ing April 16th and run ning until May 14th, you’re going to see skate board decks like you’ve never seen them before. Jonathan LeVine Gallery will be pre sent ing Future Prim i tive, new works by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi.”
Pictures and info borrowed here
I hope you enjoyed this storm of pictures. If you crave more you should check out his webpage!
Photographer: Tim Flach
It’s nice to get inspired by such beautiful illustrations as Helle Mardahls.
For more go here.
About the Bureau:
We’re an independent multidisciplinary design studio based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Established in 2007 by Lia Nerina Santana, Esteban Pochintesta & Carlo Michelangelo Luetto. We like to work in the fields of illustration, music videos, motion graphics, logo treatments, photography, editorial, etc. With influences in art as in music.
Info and pics found here
I came across these paintings from Kelly Reemtsen and I really love the contrast in them. Reminds me a bit of Desperate Housewives. Since I couldn’t help thinking the axe, water hose and that other thingy as a symbol of a darker side of the woman. Take a look at all of the paintings (also the less murderous ones) here
Just wanted to check in. Since I moved I haven’t had the time to post anything. Found these Eco Mobiles today – they are very decorative and quite sweet.
Info from the site:
“Sustainably- farmed, fast-growing Wenge wood veneer over 100% recycled wood fiber MDF. Formaldehyde-free. Includes dark brown, waxed natural fiber hanging cord, hanging bars and instructions. Assembly required. This is a decoration, not a toy. Keep out of reach of children. 14″ x 16″ packaged. Made in California.”