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Portraits Of Heroes And Villains Merged Into One Picture

Today we want to share great work of really talented artist. Dada she loves drawing and she is huge Disney fan. Using color pencils she is creating unique designs. This time we are presenting selection of her work, where she took the pure and honest good of cartoon characters and merged them side-by-side with their villain counterparts. Dada admit that she wanted to draw pure, honest, "good" characters that have an evil side or a villain. More: Instagram Post udostępniony przez d a d a (@dada16808) 17 Mar, 2017 o 6:00 PDT...

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Style Icon Iris Apfel

Iris Apfel is well known in fashion World for many things—maximalism, ageing gracefully, oversized glasses and of course her inimitable personal style. Iris Barrel was born in Astoria, Queens, New York. She is the only child of Samuel Barre and his Russian-born wife, Sadye. She studied art history at New York University and attended art school at the University of Wisconsin. As a young woman, Apfel worked for Women's Wear Daily and for interior designer Elinor Johnson, and illustrator Robert Goodman. In 1948, she married Carl Apfel with whom she...

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Women In The Fashion Industry

Diversity or even discrimination in fashion industry is one topic of conversation which is often brought up. Each season, we praise designers who feature more inclusive casting when it comes to body diversity or skin color. But today we don't want to talk about obvious race problem in fashion. The International Women's Day brought as to the less-asked question, that takes the conversation off the catwalk and focus more on the design studios and ateliers. In the world driven by the spending habits of women and fashion houses created for...

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The Vanity Fair Oscars After Party Portraits

Like every year after grate gala, the myriad chic after parties starts. But just Vanity Fair after party boast the most impressive guest. It's also a tradition that VF party produces a series of stunning, striking portraits of celebrities. Take a look at 2017 edition.   via harpersbazaar.com.au, vanityfair.com...

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Disney Princess Gowns by Michael Anthony

For every girl Disney princesses were real fashion icons. That's why I'm delighted to present a real collection of Disney princess-inspired gowns to continue inspiring our sartorial choices. Designer Michael Anthony decided to create couture, runway-ready outfits, inspired by your favorite Disney princesses. The Chicago-based designer is creating couture we actually want to wear by taking style cues from some of our favorite trends like thigh-high slits, colorful fur and two piece sets. Michael's Couture Disney Princesses collection features high-fashion designs for 14 different fabulous princesses: Merida, Mulan, Pocahontas, Cinderella,...

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ETNO by Beata Bojda i Ula Kóska

Today we want to share with you a beautiful project made by two really talent Polish artist. They decided to revive the traditional floral ornaments made of folded crepe paper, popular in Poland in the early 20th century. Back then were using as a decoration for ceilings, portraits of saints frames, were also an integral part of the festive attire. Those stunning wreaths on models heads, were made using the traditional method of Edith Cieslik-Moczek. You can see that the Slavic culture was the main source of inspiration, but the...

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Iconic Photography Of Herb Ritts

Herb Ritts died in 2002, but his stunning portraiture and fashion photos continue to keep audiences rapt. His photography captures the unique time of the 80s and 90s, but began his photographic career in the late 70s and gained a reputation as a master of art and commercial photography. In addition to producing portraits and editorial fashion for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, and Rolling Stone, Ritts also created successful advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Chanel, Donna Karan, Gap, Gianfranco Ferré, Gianni Versace, Giorgio Armani, Levi’s, Pirelli, Polo Ralph Lauren, and...

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Weronika Gęsicka And Her Disturbing Surreal Photography

Weronika Gesicka is a Polish artist, born in Włocławek, Poland. She has graduated from the graphics department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Academy of Photography. Just recently world get crazy about Weronika's surreal photo series "Marks". Marks are, by definition, traces or other indications of the existence or passing of something. Evidence of a presence. Confirmation of participation. Examples of such marks are photographs, which document the existence of people, situations, moments. Her projects address themes tied to memory and its mechanisms. Gesicka is interested...

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