BY Laurie in Crafty on Oct 31, 2008 |
I will be cobbling my costume together tonight with McGruber like dexterity in hopes to get out the door in time to take the kids trick-or-treating and then go see the Heloise and the Savoir Faire and Bryan Scary show in Brooklyn. I'm going as Tippi Hedren from The Birds, and I'm torn whether to go as the before or after Tippy. The after (with bandages) is more dramatic, but the birds were finished pecking by the time she got that bandage on, so I just don't ... Read More
BY Dawn in Artsy on Oct 25, 2008 |
A few days ago a noticed this amazing new graf art in my neighborhood! it seems Koralie and Fafi have been hanging in the Burg! I adore their art and I'm so happy to have a little piece of it just down the street from my apartment. I always thought that the neighborhood could use a bit more purple. Thanks Fafi and ... Read More
BY debbie in Crafty on Oct 20, 2008 |
If you've got a small business and want to promote your products to BUST's 400,000 readers, have we got a deal for you. Get your product in BUST's Product Showcase, a special section coming in the December/January issue of BUST magazine, just in time for the holiday shopping season. It's our most affordable advertising option EVER! Interested? Get more info ... Read More
BY Web Intern in Crafty on Oct 14, 2008 |
PMS! Give your crampy, grumpy, bleeding-out-your-vagina days a positive spin with this cheer-ful charm necklace! This rah-rah beauty was put together by the crafty lady behind Tiny Picnics. Check out her other adorable stuff on Etsy at ... Read More
BY Laurie in Crafty on Sep 02, 2008 |
Over at Vice they have an article about a French lady that will turn your collected dog fur into yarn, that she then sends back to you so you can make a dog hair sweater! I guess these people want to um, wear their pets. ... Read More
BY Sarah J. in Crafty on Aug 18, 2008 |
On my trip to MoCCA back in June, I met so many cool ladies I didn't know what to do! Luckily, since then I've had some time to catch up with some of them.
Monica Gallagher self-publishes everything through her website, eatyourlipstick.com, and her comics range from the autobiographical to the fanciful, with breast size, Greek gods, and murder-for-hire all given a shot.
Boobage, shown above, is Gallagher's story of growing up with extra-small breasts, and is a ... Read More
BY debbie in Crafty on Jul 30, 2008 |
Finally, this site has undergone some changes and has moved to a new server. Hooray! Now I can get back to my knitting!
knit from Ben Millett on Vimeo.
p.s. If you find any problems or links that don't work, please lemme know: ... Read More