Good Reads
Archives Monday, December 16th 2019
John started doing graffiti art in his early teens, spray painting New York City trains, as opposed to now: spray painting silk screened canvas.
They say that for most folks, no news is good news; for the press, good news is not news. For us, good news is FACTORY311’s debut on Vogue.
Sachin Teng is a Pratt student and a New York City based artist. He has been acknowledged by the Society of Illustrators, MoMA, and others.
French Award Winning Illustrator, who just won a gold medal at Society of illustrator in Editorial and Book Award 2011.
Another day and another celebrity steps up to prove they’re an animal lover/champion of animal rights. ‘Tik Tok’ singer Kesha is fronting a new anti-seal hunting campaign for (who else?) PETA. The pop star has agreed to feature in a new advert with a baby seal in a bid to highlight the annual slaughter of seal pups less than a month old in Canada.
In a very revealing interview with Howard Stern Courteney Cox has revealed one of the problems in her marriage to David Arquette was that he is sex mad. The ‘Scream 4’ star seems to also have her estranged husband’s love of over-sharing and in a joint interview with her spouse she told the shock and his listeners that David is obsessed with lovemaking. Referring to the actor’s admission that he hit on her during their vacation to Disney World with their daughter Coco, six, she said: “It was early in the morning
Shanay Hall by Seth Sabal styled by Damien Peterkin and Kevin Stinson for Fashion Gone Rogue.
Taylor Lautner has confessed he has very mixed emotions about the imminent end of shooting on the ‘Twilight: Saga’. The hunky actor – who plays werewolf Jacob Black alongside Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in the vampire movie series – is preparing to film his final scenes, and while he is looking forward to new challenges he is sad about saying goodbye to his castmates and the whole experience. He said: “We have a couple more days and it’s over – it’s a crazy thought
The energy flow generated through yoga asanas becomes spatially & visually manifest in increasing scale, from molecular level blood cells to the distinctive surrounding architecture, in this Nike spec commercial.