BY Brittany Allen in Sexy on Feb 27, 2014 |
Cheyenne Randall, a Seattle-based mixed media artist, has knocked the socks off Instagram and Tumblr with his latest project. In the images below, Randall takes classic photos of Hollywood icons and glazes the figures with home-spun tattoos. Ever wondered what Lady Di would look like with a sleeve? Your quest is over.
Ms. Marilyn Monroe...had she lived on Bedford Avenue, circa 1999.Audrey Hepburn, had her Roman Holiday been more of a Roman ... Read More
BY Brittany Allen in Movies on Feb 27, 2014 |
A certain part of the internet has been all a flutter this week for a pet theory about...wait for it...Pixar's beloved Toy Story movies. Looks like this frigid February has finally begun to drive every sane adult den-ward. Note: none of the following will make sense unless you've seen (and enjoyed) most of the Toy Story canon.
Image courtesy of Bindocelebrity.com
The rumpus began on Monday, when Jon Negroni wrote a piece for Movie Pilot in which he alleged ... Read More
BY Michelle Beiter in Artsy on Feb 27, 2014 |
Has it been your lifelong dream to be completely starkers in front of 299 other equally naked strangers whilst you paint one another’s bodies in the name of art and body acceptance? If so, prepare yourself to be extremely psyched. There's a naked painting party happening in NYC, and no, it’s not in the grungy basement of an art student’s walk-up. No, my friends, this naked painting party is hosted by Social Exposure, it’s aided by ... Read More
BY Michelle Beiter in Feminizzle on Feb 26, 2014 |
Want to go to an awesome documentary film festival without having to shell out the cash for a plane ticket, or even having to leave your bed? Obviously, your answer is a resounding "yes." Well #SheDocs is an online film festival that runs through the entirety of March, and features documentaries that tell the stories of amazing women and what they’ve accomplished during their lifetimes. The best part? The online festival is totally free, so if ... Read More
“In this society, there’s so much pressure for women to be thin,” writes the photographer Lee Price of her motivation for her recent series of hyper-realistic oil paintings of women consuming desserts, “we’re not supposed to have appetites—and not just for food, but for a lot of things.”
Her goal in these vivid works is to present an alternate view of women, food, body image, and ... Read More