A sad loss for the creative world indeed. Over time, I’d mentioned her work a few times and had even dedicated a proper post to her eerie, sensual surrealist work… Read more
Posted in Art, Movies | Tagged Ana Bagayan, Art Nouveau, Audrey Pongracz, Caia Koopman, Cate Rangel, Chuck Sperry, Exhibit, Gwyneth Paltrow, Hollywood, Icon, Ken Keirns, Ruben Ireland, Sandi Calistro, Shanon Bonatakis, Stuntkid, Tatiana Suarez | 1 Response
Hollywood’s blonde bombshells seem to enjoy impersonating previous movie legends. Following in the footsteps of Marilyn Monroe (who teamed with Richard Avedon for her very own play pretend) it was … Read more
I’m a sucker for anything involving dance, probably because I wanted to be a dancer when I was young (a lot of Sunday afternoons spent watching Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers flics) … Read more
One finds inspiration where one can!
While I’ve covered how fashion photographs can inspire modern days artists, sometimes many other things populate an artist’s mind and can be reused … Read more
I’m quite sure by now you’ve all heard of this movie. It doesn’t open in my country until … Read more
The Bride may have been a human patch but she is alive and well in the mind of illustrators and artists the world over.
Bride of Frankenstein is a 1935 … Read more
Posted in Art, Illustration, Jewellery, Movies | Tagged Dienzo, Emma Mount, Flounder, Icon, Isabel Samaras, Mab Graves, Michelle Mia Araujo, Mood Board, Movie Posters, Sarah Joncas, Tom Whalen | 16 Responses