New iPhone Covers

We’ve had to take an unplanned break from the blog lately, but just thought I’d post a quick little update on some iPhone covers that were recently made featuring my artwork!  All are compatible with 4 & 4S models.  :D

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Style Icon: Cubism

It’s been a while since I posted a Style Icon, but it’s now Resort 2012 time, so I thought I’d better get busy! First up, Oscar de la Renta’s new collection, which I’m 99% sure he must have based on the Cubist movement, pioneered by  Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

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images via Style and google

Ebbet’s Field Flannels

Ebbet’s Field Flannels makes some great looking uniforms from obscure, defunct sports teams. Or they’ll make something custom for you. Attention to the fabrics, patterns and details of the classic stuff obvious in their recreations.

The Royal Wedding Hats

I didn’t stay up late or get up early for the royal wedding, since I figured it would be replaying all day (which, it already has).  So far my favorite part has been the amazing hats that some of the stylish guests wore!  Especially the ones designed by Philip Treacy for Prince William’s stylish cousins.

images via People

Style Icon Weekly Update

A few new ones over at THERSIC Style Icons!  Have a great weekend, everyone!

- The Paperboy

-The Wizard of Oz

- My Dad & Brother


Alexander McQueen at the Met

I absolutely can not wait to see Savage Beauty, the new Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Met.

Opening May 2nd and running through July 1st, it is a retrospective of more than two decades of McQueen’s work.  It will include pieces from his MA graduate collection from Central St Martins College of Art, couture pieces from his years as Givenchy’s creative director, as well as pieces from his namesake collection up to his final one, which was shown posthumously in Paris just a few weeks after his passing.

Yale is also printing what looks to be an amazing book based on the exhibit.

 

 

 

 

 

Style Icon: House Beautiful Magazine from the 1970′s

I posted this a few days ago over at THERSIC Style Icons, but it’s been a busy week, so it’s my only weekly update!  :/

Don’t ask why, but I have a small collection of  House Beautiful Magazines from the 1970′s.  They sit in a box with some other junk and I don’t really look through them often, but they always seem to make the cut whenever I’ve moved.

Anyway, the Fall 2011 collection from House of Holland kind of reminded me of some of the interiors.

images via Style, Flickr, and House Beautiful

Style Icon Weekly Wrap-Up

Well once again things have been a little slow over here due to more traveling, but we have lots to catchup on!  If you haven’t been over to our Style Icons site this week, here’s what you missed:

- The Crow

- Cruella de Vil

- Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra


 

Leather Shoppers

I know the plastic shopping bag has been used as inspiration for many things the past couple of years (see: Jeremy Scott), but I kinda love this new take on them by Cast of Vices. Called their Corner Store Shoppers, these totes are made from hand stamped leather in Los Angeles.

I’m also loving their silver and gold molded wristbands.

 

Dane Rowe Has A Fan Club

Dane Rowe has a Fan Club, inspired by her mix of style, looks and fearlessness on the racetrack. She’s an interesting lady, a coin expert now.  She was a sidecar-racer in the late 1960′s and 70′s, racing with her husband,  sidecar innovator Rudy Kurth.



Style Icon Weekly Wrap Up

I know I keep saying things have been busy around here, but this week has been pretty insane.  I just got in this morning from back to back redeyes to/from San Francisco, all w/in 24hrs!  Anyway, here is this weeks TSI wrap up:

- Optical Illusions

- Punk Flyers from the 70′s & 80′s

- Polish Movie Posters

- Bad Hotel Art

- The Creepy White Girl Dress


Style Icon Weekly Wrap Up

Well now it’s Paris fashion week an I’m very behind!  Here’s what we had going on at TSI this week:

- Alpha Monsters

- Hellraiser: Pinhead & Co.

- Paper Rad

- Bed Sheets as Curtains

- Voyages of Discovery


Style Icon Weekly Wrap-Up

After a whirl-wind of a week over here, we didn’t get to update as much as we had hoped, but lots more coming this weekend!  Here are this week’s updates over at THERSIC Style Icons:

- Anime Cat Girls

- 1,000 Flowers by Yours Truly

- The Fairy Tale Illustrations of Arthur Rackham

- Clare Rojas

- Ah Xian & Chris Antemann Mash-Up

Bomber Cap, USAAF

Style Icon Weekly Wrap-Up

Apologies for the slow week in postings, it’s been a bit crazy here!  Here is a little weekly wrap-up of what’s been going on over at THERSIC Style Icons:

Old School Video Games

Mark Warren Jacques

A Few Children’s Book Favorites

The Childlike Empress

Hitchcock Ladies

Clue (Mrs. White)

Ramona Quimby, Age 8

Also, thanks to the folks over at Etsy for featuring one of our favorite TSO’s on their blog!


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