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    As a paper doll artist and publisher, fashion is in my face all the time. Add the TV fashion shows and old & new movies with great costume.... well, you see what I mean. Here's a collection of fashion art, (some original art) old and new...from my collection of magazines, websites for vintage art, and eBay. | See more about fashion art, ladies' home journal and pierre balmain.
  • Clifford Coloring Pages
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    Sketch Pad /Page 15 / Clifford Coloring Pages. Clifford printable coloring pages for kids. Free online Clifford coloring pages and thousands of others coloring pictures and free coloring books. Here are
  • Spas page on Jacqueline Luxe
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    The latest tips and news on Spas Page are on Jacqueline Luxe. On Jacqueline Luxe you will find everything you need on Spas Page.
  • VOGUE FASHION ITEM SEARCH
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  • Characters from a Book ?
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    Pins about Characters from a Book ? hand-picked by Pinner Christy McLain | See more about aging gracefully, dragons and style blog.
  • Inside Alexa Chung's book It
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    An exclusive first look at fashion icon Alexa Chung's book, It, which hits stores today.
  • Required Reading Scandinavian Modern
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    A new coffee table book presents a walk-through history of Scandi design from its 20th century emergence to its current comeback.
  • November 5, 2012
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    N.B. DANCER COMING HOME By ELISSA BARNARD Arts Reporter Halifax Chronicle-Herald November 5, 2012 Winnipeg Ballet bringing mixed repertoire to the Cohn Liam Caines, a Royal Winnipeg Ballet dancer who grew up near Saint John, N.B., performs for his first time in Atlantic Canada when the ballet arrives at Halifax's Rebecca Cohn Auditorium Wednesday and Thursday, 8 p.m. (David Cooper). THE ROYAL Winnipeg Ballet is coming back to Atlantic Canada after an absence of six years. That thrills Kingston, N.B., native Liam Caines, who joined the corps de ballet for the 2009-10 season and has never performed in his home region. “I’m already doing the countdown with my friends. I can’t wait,” Caines says in a phone interview from Lacrosse, Wis. The RWB is on the road in the United States performing Jorden Morris’s Moulin Rouge and is bringing a mixed repertoire to Atlantic Canada, performing in Halifax at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium on Wednesday and Thursday. The program features RWB alumnus Peter Quanz’s playful neo-classical ballet In Tandem, commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum; Brian Macdonald’s comedic classical-style ballet Pas D’Action, which pokes fun at ballet; William Forsythe’s technically rigorous, boundary-pushing The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, set to a Schubert symphony, and Jorden Morris’s The Doorway: Scenes from Leonard Cohen, with singer Allison Crowe. “The nice thing about mixed repertoire is it allows you to give a diverse range of content,” says Caines. The company’s artistic director Andre Lewis is similarly excited to be coming back to the Maritimes. “It’s such a lovely part of the world. One of the first tours I did was in that part of the country,” says Lewis, who danced with the RWB for 10 years and has been artistic director for 15. “We’ve been going to the Maritimes for the better part of 30 to 40 years. It’d be a shame for me to lose that connection.” Touring is economically much more difficult today. “The world is not what it was 10 years ago. I remember when we used to go there every two years without fail. You could set your clock on when we’d be coming.” The U.S. presenters want full-length ballets like Moulin Rouge but “for the Maritimes we chose something we thought would suit the theatres and be attractive to an audience.” In particular, he thought Atlantic Canadian audiences would like the Cohen piece, featuring a live performance by Corner Brook singer Crowe, singing the 1984 legendary ballad Hallelujah, Cohen’s 1967 song Sisters of Mercy and his 1969 song, Bird on a Wire. “Allison has quite a following and we wanted to do something different,” says Lewis. “We don’t often do mixed repertoire on tour so we’re thrilled to do that.” Ballet is “always evolving, there’s no question. You have to keep ahead of the curve and find things people don’t realize they want.” About half of the RWB’s season is spent on tour, says Caines. “I was talking to some friends and they said, ‘Where are you going?’ and I said, ‘I don’t know. I just get out when the bus stops.’” He became interested in ballet when he was three. “I wanted to be like my big sister who was two years older and she was taking ballet,” says Caines, now 25. At the age of eight he joined the performing ensemble of Port City Dance Company in Saint John, N.B., before going to the RWB school at the age of 16. “It was that experience of being on stage and performing for an audience that kept me interested.” (ebarnard@herald.ca) http://thechronicleherald.ca/artslife/162977-nb-dancer-coming-home
  • Altered books
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  • Good Night Brooklyn (Good Night Our World series): Adam Gamble, Mark Jasper: 9781602190948: Amazon.com: Books
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    Good Night Brooklyn (Good Night Our World series) [Adam Gamble, Mark Jasper] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. Many of North America’s most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these board books designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continent’s natural and cultural wonders. Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured area's attractions and rhythmic language guides children through the passage of both a single day and the four seasons while saluting the iconic aspects of each place. Covering the all aspects of Brooklyn
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  • french book bundle in deep blues, french home decor, blue leather book stack, budding hues, hardback books, decorator books
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    collection of four antique french books, with classic dark blue spines and gold print. this collection includes: L'ILLUSTRE MAURIN by Jean Aicard, published in 1932. Approximate dimensions: 6.1" (15,7 cm) by 4.3" (11 cm). VENT D'EST, VENT D'OUEST by Pearl Buck, published in 1947. Approximate dimensions: 7.3" (18,7 cm) by 4.9" (12,5 cm). PLAN DE PARIS by Les Guides Bleus, published in 1954. Approximate dimensions: 8.6" (22 cm) by 5.1" (13 cm). LE GRANDE CIRQUE by Pierre Clostermann, published in 1948. Approximate dimensions: 8.5" 21,8 cm) by 6" (15,4 cm). these books have a very masculine feel to them. the spines are shades of dark shiny blue. The pages have some discoloration and spotting that is consistent with their age. they are in good condition, however these books should be treated like the antiques that they are. when reading, take care with the pages and most importantly the spines. The dimensions of each book are listed above with the title. All four books will take up 3.3" (8,5 cm) of shelf space. Cultural Pollination makes it easy to decorate with books,
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    Paper.com: Paper: Five Star Wirebound Notebook, 5-Subject, 200-Count,... ❤ liked on Polyvore
  • A Victorian RV
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    In 1982 I was a sophomore at a small college in the Midwest. It was the beginning of second term and I was again standing in line at the on-campus book store waiting to pay for a too-heavy stack of text books. The line was not moving at all so I put my books down on the floor and started flipping through the coffee table books on display. The book I chose to pick up first was titled Rolling Homes - Handmade House on Wheels by Jane Lidz. Thus the seed was planted. This project was first published on vonslatt.com but I recently put together this video so I thought I'd collect some of the best images from the original build log and re-publish it here since was really the first steampunkish project I did.
  • A Victorian RV
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    In 1982 I was a sophomore at a small college in the Midwest. It was the beginning of second term and I was again standing in line at the on-campus book store waiting to pay for a too-heavy stack of text books. The line was not moving at all so I put my books down on the floor and started flipping through the coffee table books on display. The book I chose to pick up first was titled Rolling Homes - Handmade House on Wheels by Jane Lidz. Thus the seed was planted. This project was first published on vonslatt.com but I recently put together this video so I thought I'd collect some of the best images from the original build log and re-publish it here since was really the first steampunkish project I did.
  • Page Weird Tales volume 31 number 03.djvu/4
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  • Fan Bing Bing Covers Madame FIGARO Special China Issue
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    Chinese iconic actress, singer, producer, muse…Fan Bing Bing “范冰冰” is the latest cover star of Madame Figaro Special China issue, Chinese renowned fashion photography artist Chen Man captured the Ch…
  • Queen of the Night (night-blooming cereus)
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    Once a year, after a few weeks of 100 fahrenheit / 40 celcius heat, the night blooming cereus cactuses (peniocereus greggii) bloom. For most of the year, these cactuses resemble dried-up sticks. Then they nearly all flower on a single night, just to drive the sphinx moths (the main pollinator) crazy. This year, the great bloom was on the evening of July 2nd, but you can't predict exactly on what night it will happen until the afternoon before the flowers open. This is why sphinx moths do not bother carrying personal organizers. Lighting: single handheld Canon 540EZ into shoot-through umbrella at camera left. Copyright 2008 Gerry Morgan. All Rights Reserved.
  • Open Book First Edition
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  • The Fairy Tale Art of Howard David Johnmson; Contemporary fairy tale and story book illustrations."
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    The Fairy Tale Art of Howard David Johnson, contemporary illustrations of fairy tales in a variety of media.
  • Artwork Inspired by Dan Eldon Journals The Journey is the Destination
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    The story of Dan Eldon is powerful. I know little, but feel a lot. Most of what I learned is from the Wikipedia entry on Dan Eldon's life, and scans of his journals at the Creative Visions Foundation. Daniel Robert Eldon (b. 18 September 1970, Hampstead, England - d. 12 July 1993, Mogadishu, Somalia) was an English photojournalist. He and three colleagues were killed by an angry mob in Mogadishu. He left behind a series of journals, which his family has exhibited on a worldwide tour. Vikki North proposed a new art challenge a few weeks ago, which focused on the book The Journey is the Destination, by Kathy Eldon, Dan's mother. After viewing Dan's work I was affected very deeply, especially after reading about his death. The fear, confusion, and sadness hit hard in contrast to his enduring altruism. The contradiction of his compassionate life and violent death flashed like the thunder of a night and day all at once. For example, how many fourteen year old people have started a fund-raising campaign for open-heart surgery to save the life of a friend. Dan helped raise $5,000, but due to the hospital's neglect, his friend died. Or during college, Dan spent his summers raising $25,000 for a venture to a refugee camp in Malawi. With friends from six countries, they met in Nairobi and traveled thousands of miles in three vehicles. Then they donated one of their vehicles to the Save the Children Fund, as well as money for three wells, and blankets for a children’s hospital. These stories are commonplace. Altruistic action seems to have dominated Dan's life. And on the day of his death at 22 years old, he was working as a photojournalist in a Mogadishu refugee camp ravaged by war. A mob, confused by erroneous attacks, focused their aggression on Dan and three young colleagues. ... My response to the challenge, and Dan Eldon's journals, is a series of sketches that I worked on over the past few weeks as I thought about his story. At first, frustration set in. I struggled to get past angry feelings, drawing numerous dark sketches driven by fear and confusion. I couldn't see Dan clearly. But as I sketched, forgiveness and amnesty trickled in slowly. The first two drawings below are from that period. They are approximately 11 x 14, drawn and painted with markers, colored pencils, paint pens, acrylic paint, watercolor, charcoal and chalk. Eventually I stumbled across feelings of inadequacy as an artist for this challenge, and guilt about the less than altruistic aspects of my own life. Thankfully with support from friends and family, I began to focus on the Journey rather than the Destination. It was a wonderful feeling, to see clearly again. All that time, right in front of me, it was the essence of this challenge! All I could do was cry a little and laugh. A few days later I re-approached the artwork with a portrait of Dan. I left the color and emotion behind and around him, and was inspired by his own self-portrait with a red eye. Many more sketches followed, but I've only posted a few. The two below are also 11 x 14, drawn with pen, markers, paint pen, watercolor, and gloss varnish (not visible in the digital reproductions). The two at the very bottom are 3 x 5 drawings, sketched with pen, markers, watercolor, and paint pens. Now that I am running in this space, I'm reminded of a quote that Vikki sent me from one of Dan's Journals: What's the difference between exploring and being lost? The journey is the destination. The journey is the destination, and I'm comfortable knowing that I'm not done working with Dan's legacy yet. Visit Vikki's Red Chair Gallery Blog to see her contribution to the Journey. Also, check out Martha Marshall's Blog, she's an amazing professional artist who is also contributing to the challenge. And thank you Vikki, for a challenge that lived up to its name. ;) ~Michael P.S. I read on Wikipedia that Daniel Radcliffe, of Harry Potter fame, will be playing the role of Dan Eldon in the upcoming biopic movie entitled Journey. And with Kathy Eldon working on the project, I hope for its truth to be uplifting for
  • Lady Jayne's Pillow Book
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    Just a lot of random musings. I'm particularily fond of history and archaeology, mythology and folklore, bones and stones, romance and erotica, food and drink. Follow me on Twitter. Cruise the...
  • Venice Carnival 2013 | Book Venice Carnival Balls and Events
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    Official Venice carnival 2013 Authorized Agent. Book now your special balls, dinner and events in Venice. You can rent costumes and masks.
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