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
Tying all sorts of loose ends dangling here and there, all those random pics and editorial bits I found in my meanderings that I can tell are inspired by art. … Read more
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Tim Burton fan. Check.
Owner of both Alice in Wonderland books since childhood. Check.
OMG, a movie by Tim Burton about Alice, the ultimate surreal tale, and in 3D no … Read more
First post of the year…yay!
Now that those finantial hassles are more or less taken care of, Annie Leibovitz came back to what she’s good at: taking pictures.
The editorial … Read more
That period in history was all about excess, opulence and decadence, and though in the past, the echoes of that sort of behavior can still be felt.