BY Kelly McClure in Artsy on Nov 06, 2009 |
So what have you been up to for the past few years of your life? Did you happen to make a massively important documentary that explores the controversy over what the Bible has to say about homosexuality being a sin? NO? Well Chicago filmmaker Ky Dickens did.
For the past few years, Ky and Producer/PR lady Kristen Kaza traveled from city to small town, to armpit of the world in order to interview common folk and religious leaders from both the team gay and ... Read More
Many of us here at Bust's HQ are enamored by Mad Men. The clothes! The 1960s decor! And let us not forget, the twisting and bold story lines. A few of us got to talking about television and our love for old television programs. Gilligan's Island came into the mix and we all decided - could our favorite ad execs be harpooned on an uncharted island? Some of these character comparisons are a little too close, if not funny. Is Mad Men a riff on ... Read More
BY Intern Stephanie G in Artsy on Nov 05, 2009 |
For all you photo-geeks out there, you'll be stoked to know that the Lomography Diana World Tour, after gracing such cities as Tokyo, Paris, and Madrid, has landed in New York City. This showcase is displaying more than 90 vintage Diana and Diana clone cameras in the Dietrich Collection, as well as an exhibition entitled "Diana Vignettes" in which photos and stories from current and future New York LomoAmigos is shown. What's a LomoAmigo you ask? Why, a friend of ... Read More
It's no secret that Project Runway hasn't been good for a while -- the designers are boring, there's zero drama since they kicked off Johnny Meth Addict, and snarky fashion cops Nina and Michael are usually MIA. But perhaps most importantly, the outfits themselves are a big yawn -- have you seen any winning designs recently that you couldn't go buy at your local Banana Republic? So if you're going through kickass fashion withdrawal like myself, check out this ... Read More
It's not a secret that many of the ladies here at BUST headquarters have a fashion crush on local New York City designer Wendy Mullin and her Built by Wendy line. Let's just say the crush-o-meter was turned up to eleven when we saw her newest collaboration with 1800wheelchair: the Built by Wendy Wheelchair Poncho. With its easy slip-over-the-head fit, cute plaid lining, and longer front for ample leg coverage, this poncho is definitely a first of its kind in both ... Read More