BY Grace Evans in General on Jun 23, 2011 |
Jaye P. Morgan’s video Cooking with Beefcake Too has resurfaced on the Internet and come up refreshingly relevant with today’s audiences of modern women. Who knew that women would love to watch half naked men learn to cook from an 80’s icon?
Jaye P. Morgan herself guides her chiseled apprentices through the kitchen in this mash up of VHS clips from the 1987 cooking series. The bare bottomed “Beefcake Boys” are eight scantily clad and ... Read More
The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (aka Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl- aka cutest nyc couple ever!) will be performing along with Blood Orange this Friday, June 24, at 7 pm at the River to River Festival, located at South Street Seaport Pier 17, and the admission is free!
Recently returning from their tour with The Flaming Lips, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger are debuting their 5-piece electric line-up in New York. The GOASTT is currently at work producing ... Read More
BY Grace Evans in Crafty on Jun 23, 2011 |
I was at the Brooklyn Renegade Craft Fair two weeks ago and among the usual abundance of prints, jewelry and t-shirts, I saw something that made me stop in my tracks: Mimi Kirchner’s beautiful tattooed lady dolls.
Styled in the dress of circus performers or flappers, toile-print fabric makes up their arms and legs, marking their cloth bodies with detailed tattoos. Their clothing is carefully detailed, sewn from vintage fabrics and collected ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson in Artsy 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 Grace Evans in Feminizzle on Jun 22, 2011 |
Saudi Women for Driving, a coalition comprised of Saudi academics, bloggers and activists, are putting pressure on leading car manufacturers to pull out of Saudi Arabia until women have the right to drive.
They have approached Subaru first because it is heavily marketed at women and sponsors women’s surf festivals, triathlons and ski events as well as the Outstanding Woman in Science Award for the Geological Society of America. The online petition on ... Read More