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Abandoned Love

Artist Peyton Fulford started her photographic project by asking people from all over the world, via Tumblr, to send her text messages, email text and dairy entries related to heartbreak. She then turned certain phrases into banners, placed them across abandoned buildings and photographed them to create a series called Abandoned Love. There is something so sad about […] Read More

Impressions

A photographer has captured the marks left on a woman’s skin after she takes off her clothes, in a bid to ask the fashion industry to take greater consideration of its customer’s comfort. The itch of a jean seam that’s digging into your hip, the ache of a nagging bra strap or the smart of […] Read More

Roadside Illustrator

Chandler O’Leary is a globetrotting illustrator.  On her travels she draws the most incredible visual stories that always inspire us to hit the road with Moleskin and paints in hand. Her illustrated portrayals of far out roadside attractions like Canada’s two ton tater tot, the world’s oldest gas station and a mermaid restaurant at Weeki Wachee Springs prove that there is clearly so much more […] Read More

The Library

Are you in the London area looking to be entertained, disgusted, terrified and satisfied?  We recommend that you pop on your vintage kicks and skip on down to Filthy Rebena’s basement for a viewing of Fatima Qaraan’s playwright “The Library”.  For more information, read below or check out the London Fringe Festival website. Venue: Filthy Rebena Vintage […] Read More

Inspiration Dose

Do you Tumble with Filthy?  Tumblr is a hybrid – kinda like a crossbred of Instagram and freelance blogging.  Tumblr is an amazing way to get our brand across as we post relevant and frequent content in a visual, image-based way. Tumblr has been successful for us to show a more personal, lighter side of […] Read More

Vintage Valentines

They don’t make valentines like they used to.  The love notes given in the early 20th century were much more interesting than the cookie-cutter pop culture cards kids hand out today—in fact, some of them were deliciously strange.  Take a look back at the past of printed love, thanks to Page of Bats. Nothing says Valentine’s Day […] Read More
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