Posted 1 week ago / 170 notes / Via: ps-imadethis

ps-imadethis:

P.S.- we’ve got our eye on you, and in our hair, and on our shoes! The evil eye is a symbol of protection in many cultures, and lots of artists and designers have adopted its bold stare to accent everything from jewelry to accessories and fashion. Pierre Hardy is in major focus this season with their peeper embellished pumps, so we took that eye-catching motif in a DIY direction by dressing it down atop a slip-on sneak, and added it to a hair accessory that’s equally worth a peek.
To create:  Print our nifty template on cardstock paper and cut out the individual patterns. Use tailor’s chalk to trace the eye pattern onto black faux-leather. Trace the white pattern on white fabric and the iris pattern on a colored fabric of your choice. Cut out the traced pieces, using embroidery scissors for precision. Arrange and glue the parts with the black at the top followed by the iris and the white piece. For a little sparkle, we added a gem on top. Use fabric tape to attach your eye piece to an accessory of your choice; we opted for a variety of shoes and a hair barrette.

ps-imadethis:

P.S.- we’ve got our eye on you, and in our hair, and on our shoes! The evil eye is a symbol of protection in many cultures, and lots of artists and designers have adopted its bold stare to accent everything from jewelry to accessories and fashion. Pierre Hardy is in major focus this season with their peeper embellished pumps, so we took that eye-catching motif in a DIY direction by dressing it down atop a slip-on sneak, and added it to a hair accessory that’s equally worth a peek.

To create:  Print our nifty template on cardstock paper and cut out the individual patterns. Use tailor’s chalk to trace the eye pattern onto black faux-leather. Trace the white pattern on white fabric and the iris pattern on a colored fabric of your choice. Cut out the traced pieces, using embroidery scissors for precision. Arrange and glue the parts with the black at the top followed by the iris and the white piece. For a little sparkle, we added a gem on top. Use fabric tape to attach your eye piece to an accessory of your choice; we opted for a variety of shoes and a hair barrette.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Sigh. Where did the summer go? I need more beach time!

Heine Mann Photography - Michelle Maria Collier

Makeup Artist Sus Marxen - www.beautystudie.dk

Posted 2 weeks ago / 264 notes / Via: hifructosemag

hifructosemag:

Jana Brike sat down with us to discuss her studio practice, out of body experiences and the ancient wisdoms of Latvian culture in an exclusive interview. Read the feature and check out her new work for her upcoming solo show “After the End of Time” at FB69 Gallery. See more on Hi-Fructose.

Posted 2 weeks ago / 516 notes / Via: christinamakes

christinamakes:

Cecelia - Ballpoint Pen on paper, 11 x 14.5 in. 2014.

Created for the On Beauty show at Modern Eden Gallery in SF. It’s a portrait of one of my closest friends, I’m so lucky to know a beautiful heart like hers.

http://christinamrozik.com/portfolio-item/cecelia/

www.moderneden.com

Posted 2 weeks ago / 154,982 notes / Via: lailamarigigi

lailamarigigi:

HA! cool :)

songofages:

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Wait wait….people seriously don’t spoon out the kiwi fruits delicious goodness? I didn’t know there was any other way to eat them?

forbrugerservice!

Posted 2 weeks ago / 1,051 notes / Via: lailamarigigi

nevver:

Blue jets

nevver:

Blue jets

Posted 2 weeks ago / 1,056 notes / Via: vanityfair

vanityfair:

Sarah Paulson Was the Best-Dressed Emmys Starlet
Finally, a little creativity and daring on the red carpet.

best dress ever!

vanityfair:

Sarah Paulson Was the Best-Dressed Emmys Starlet

Finally, a little creativity and daring on the red carpet.

best dress ever!

Posted 2 weeks ago / 5 notes / Via: afi-afifest

afi-afifest:

The latest trailer for David Fincher’s GONE GIRL is here.

This looks very good.

Posted 2 weeks ago / 1,094 notes / Via: hifructosemag

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Nylon Rope Sculptures of Mozart Guerra

Mozart Guerra

Born in Recife, Brazil, in 1962, Mozart studied architecture at University Federal of Pernambuco and obtained his degree in 1986. He worked as a set designer for theatre, cinema, and TV in Brazil while developing in parallel his work as a sculptor.

Mozart has been living and working in Paris since 1992 and has taken part in several individual and collective exhibits in art saloons and art galleries in Brazil, France, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Luxemburg and Italy.

Cool knit work!

BLACK SWAN FASHION AW14 - vist af Anne Dorthe.

Book mig til et homeparty :-)

Makeup by Sus Marxen


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