You can live through
if magic made it
YES! Sign me up for nude men to hold my books, photos and other possessions. Are you into this? What else would you put on this human display? Photo: David Blazquez
It was the beauteous Kate Moss’s birthday last week. An icon, a feline legend. The only 5’7 bitch to do it big as a supermodel. She’s bounced back after a multitude of drug scandals, she’s dated the hottest guys, she’s partied like a rockstar, with rockstars because she is a rockstar. A modern day Anita Pallenberg in terms of that. Which is more major her cheekbones, or her legendary consumption, earning her the nickname “The Tank”? Can we also note that at this age she’s still got it…is it even fair? Via: Kate Moss Photos
Someone got the art of CB Hoyo tatted on their arm. That’s super damn cool. A stern reminder to stop trying to be everyone else. I scroll through instagram and see these big lipped, big bottomed, all look the same, can’t tell you apart people and it makes me sad. They are so insecure in their individuality, they want to fit in like sheep. Don’t change your appearance for anyone but you, don’t dim your light, or dumb yourself down. Be honest, are you changing things about yourself to fit in?
Who is your muse? Transferring your feelings for others into your craft is how the greatest work is made, it’s also therapeutic to the soul.
…but New York City was a wild card.
Every hour was made up of a series
of chances, and choosing to walk down
instead of another
had the potential to change
whom you met, what you saw or were
spared from seeing.
“A fierce mind was behind those eyes, a sharp intelligence that was only just waking up. She was a force to be reckoned with…”
Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds
The blurred out faces give the sense that it can be you, or anyone you know. It’s fascinating that he manages to bring structure and form out of what seems unfinished, due to the strokes being so prominent in his pieces. Yet it’s that exact technique that create the details, the wall behind the man smoking a cigarette, those strokes give shadow and depth to the painting. He perfectly captures the YOLO, entitlement, boundary breaking, privilege of white America. Well done.
This is very interesting the fact that he left out the word you. It means more, it makes the poem more powerful due to the intimacy, like a note between two lovers alone. What do you think? Photo: Christopher Poindexter Insta
Melody Ehsani’s accessories are hip hop based and fly. Can you name the band she’s referencing? Photos: Melody Ehsani Insta