Our favorite London band, New Zebra Kid, just released a new track called “Say goodbye.” Give it a listen and let us know what you think. Happy toe tappin’! Say Goodbye by New Zebra Kid Released September 21, 2016 Written & performed by Aaron, Greggy & Nancy Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Greggy Artwork by […]
As part of a recent series of embroideries, artist James Merry softened the bold logos of sportswear companies by adding stitched flora to vintage clothing. For instance a glacier flower and moss grow from an old Nike sweatshirt, and a FILA logo is topped by a mushroom cap. Merry is a longtime collaborator with Björk […]
Danse de Lune, also know as Art and Ghosts, is a UK based digital illustrator who draws inspiration from fairytales, dreams, nature, imaginary creatures and the supernatural. Her series Imaginary Flowers might be our favorite as she’s created up some of the most imaginative botanical leaves and buds. Isn’t her watercolor pallet just the dreamiest?! Art & Ghost prints available at Etsy and Society6
“I have often said that I wish I had invented blue jeans: the most spectacular, the most practical, the most relaxed and nonchalant. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal, simplicity – all I hope for in my clothes.” -Yves Saint-Laurent “You can make jeans and a t-shirt super stylish. It’s what you make of […]
Wedding dress designs are getting more and more unique. Bridal shorts are now a thing (thank you, Olivia Palmero), there are wedding dresses with cutouts and we’re seeing more gowns in colors besides traditional white. Those ideas might seem crazy to you, but the newest wedding dress design takes things to a whole new level. […]
And this is how we are gonna celebrate…. We kicked off the morning with a strong cup of joe and web browsing through our Pinterest for sweet birthday watercolors. Our new favorite past-time seems to be creating collages and double exposure pictures in photoshop. It feels like a college computer class all over again, except we […]
NYC-based artists Josie Keefe and Phyllis Ma may boast prestigious Columbia University degrees and full-time gigs — but really, they’re just looking for an excuse to play with their food. These days, the prop stylist and window dresser, respectively, are creating striking food images that are quite unlike the waffle-and-latte breakfast shots you’re used to […]
Why be bold? Each of our lives is merely a short segment of existence. There are ghosts lingering around wishing they had lived a gigantic, bold and dazzling life. So be brave enough to be bold. Perhaps our short segments will become brave enough when we realize that fortune favors the bold.
Not sure where this artwork came from. Absolutely unaware of who made it. All I can tell you little Rebena’s out there is that we sure do like it. Maybe because it brightens up our life on a snowy, spring day here in Toronto. Wishing you golden skin and afros on this cold, blue Tuesday.
This collage was done by artist Luca Mainini. Be sure to check out Luca’s Tumblr, where Rebena is spending all of her time on the web these days. His art is mostly surrealist collages that look like pop culture on acid. Can’t. Get. Enough. Luca. Anyhoo, the ad is for Giorgio Armani – March 2013. Oh geez, […]
Show your love by shopping local this Valentine’s Day or Toronto might just break up with you. By shifting just a portion of your spending, you can help create more jobs, a stronger economy and build a better community here in Toronto. So take a short peruse through these charming Valentine’s gifts from our favorite […]
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