I like the name of this project. :)
Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
Alice Aycock, sand/fans, 2008 (recreation), 1971 (original)
“…it happens over time: Little piles of sand make ripples and waves and little dunes. It takes hours.” —Alice Aycock
An important thing to remember in NYC. :)
Washed. Saint Laurent washed-denim jacket & Alexander Wang washed-leather backpack.
follow me at http://lolakang.tumblr.com/
Moss Graffiti: A How To Guide
are you fucking for real
Of course you did! :)
Now in the #PopArt part of “What Are you Looking at?” I immediately thought of @joeredhead when I saw “Just What Is It Today That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing?” (1956, #RichardHamilton)
In honor of the upcoming holiday, our vibe this week is starburst.
This was one of the best exhibits i saw while living in NYC.
"Project Jonathan Austin" Backpack
Super cool. New Look.
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