hair today, gone tomorrow.

BY Tara in General |

It is an undeniable fact that we are a hairless generation. Unlike our predecessors who valued a full bush, it seems that gals today run to the razor at the slightest sight of stubble. And with brazillian waxing on the rise, more often than not, girls are choosing to go bare, down there. The advantages are that waxing tends to last longer (usually 2-3 weeks) and many admit that they feel "cleaner" with it all gone. And while one may jump to think that ... Read More

Designing women (and men)

BY Dawn in Crafty |

Post Expose is a community screen-printing and design center, which allows artists, and designers to share tools, share space, and share knowledge. They will also soon be offering seminars on screen-printing techniques, free lectures on design and printing exhibitions, and collaborations with community based foundations. From November 2, to November 16, 2007, POST EXPOSE is excited to present a group installation of 30 screen printed posters and art. ... Read More

Love for Unlovable

BY Lisa in General |

   Ever wonder who's behind the cringingly awkward yet hilarious, too-close-to-home moments in the life of Tammy Pierce, heroine of Bust's last-page comic? Then head here to Comixology, where you'll find an insightful profile of artist Esther Pearl Watson. Even I learned a little Tammy trivia: I had no idea that the Unlovable adventures are loosely based on a real life diary Esther found in a gas-station bathroom! That makes me love the comic even more. ... Read More

Niggy Tardust

BY Laurie in Music Stuff |

          I am loving this new Niggy Tardust release, it's hip hop poet Saul Williams new project that is produced by his pal Trent Reznor, imagine some NIN beats but sung by a genius black man-  much better I tell you! And, similar to the Radiohead release, you can either download it for free, or support a great artist and pay only 5 bucks! Even my cheap ass can afford that :)  Download is available today ... Read More
I got my arty party on Halloween night at the Moti Hasson Gallery where artist Jillian McDonald was launching her zombie-riffic interdisciplinary exhibit "Waking The Dead." With candy, drinks, and free zombie makeovers, the show was the perfect place to start fright night off right! Here I am (on the right) with Jillian right after getting the glamour-gore treatment. All the better to enjoy her creepy decomposing lenticular portraits and monstrous short ... Read More
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