You may remember the beautiful deer by Kimberly Witham from On Ripeness and Rot at Last Rites Gallery that I posted for a Gallery Mondays last fall.
Since winter is coming, I’ve decided to feature another one of her creations, this time, a squirrel. She features squirrel’s in quite a few of her pieces.
Squirrels are such random animals. One second they’re running up a tree, and the next they’re stopped in the middle of the street waiting for a car to get just close enough to almost run them over.
I love that this squirrel is calm, in a sleepy state. I really want to believe he’s not dead.
Also, why a lemon wedge and not a nut?
Seem more of Kimberly Witham’s work here.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a person look so cozy in a coat before.
Rihanna was spotted at JFK Airport yesterday, January 17th, wearing a tan colored reversible shearling coat, ripped boyfriend jeans, and brown boots.
I myself am not one to try rocking a pair of distressed jeans (mainly because I grew up with my dad shunning the heck out of them and now I just can’t bring myself to buy a pair), but I must say, these look particularly ripped, baggy, and comfy.
And that coat is just a dream. Really. I wouldn’t mind having the weather drop to the negatives if I had a coat like that.
Check out the original jacket Rihanna wore below (marked with *) and a few other items inspired by the look.
1. Barneys $7,295.00 *
2. HSN, $99.95
3. Forever 21, $32.90
4. ASOS, $32.50
5. 6pm, $43.99
6. American Eagle Outfitters, $19.99
We had our first official snow day of 2017 this weekend.
On my way to the N train last week, I walked by Chase bank on West 39th between Fashion Ave. and Broadway when I saw this cute winter rabbit on the window.
I just love how innocent and vulnerable he looks! The colors are so winter wonderland-ish, and the muscle texture of the rabbit makes him look super agile.
Did you guys enjoy the snow day? Let me know in the comments!
Kristen Cavallari was a vision dressed head to toe in grey with splash of white on one of the last days of 2016.
She paired white pants with a long grey wool coat, grey sweater and grey suede tassel boots in a cute Instagram pic dated December 27th.
This is the perfect look for those winter days when you’re just feelin’ kinda grey. I don’t usually buy suede boots for the winter because the snow ruins them, but the tassels on Kristen’s are really making me want a pair!
Below are some of the original items (marked with *) and alternatives based on this look.
1. Shoptiques, $798.oo *
2. ELEVTD, $750.00
3. American Eagle Outfitters, $21.98
4. UNIQLO, $19.90
5. Target, $41.99
6. REVOLVE, $230.00 *
7. ASOS, $29.00
8. Shopbop, $172.00
Thursday was the first day of winter, so it’s only fitting that I feature every kid’s favorite winter-themed animated film, Frozen on this week’s Fan Art Fridays.
I found this piece of fan art by A-KA over on Tumblr. Elsa, Olaf and Anna are in complete selfie mode in this colored pencil work of art, wide eyed and smiling as if they were posing for a selfie.
See the original fan art on Tumblr.
P.S. Did you really think I was going to end this without asking the most important question of the season?
Mid-winter break is over, kiddos.
Last week I found myself wandering into The POWERHOUSE Arena, a bookstore/exhibition space in Brooklyn, where I came across several prints by cartoonist Adrian Tomine.
Tomine’s “Winter Break” stood out to me the most for two reasons. The first was the fact that it was actually mid-winter break for NYC public school students, which I was constantly reminded of when I didn’t see the school crossing guard on the way to the train station during my morning commute. The second was the fact the cartoon depicts a juxtaposed snowy city scene with an ice cream truck waiting on the block for God knows who to buy ice cream from it in the freezing cold. “Winter Break” was originally published in the February 2, 2009 issue of The New Yorker.
What I love most about this print is the silhouette of the city in the background. The light green filter over the buildings give the print a serene touch.
This print is available for purchase on Adrian Tomine’s website, and of course, at The POWERHOUSE Arena.
If you passed by or entered a TD Bank during December 2015, you might have seen these adorable wooden crafted animals sporting the bank’s green accessories.
This little deer was sitting on a ledge at the TD Bank near 9th Ave in Midtown, NYC. He’s got a green striped scarf on with a little TD Bank pin and a snowy pine tree behind him.
The little tiny pieces of wood that were used to make this deer couldn’t have been an easy task to complete. But the finished product is one to gush over.
I just wish they would have kept these little guys around all winter!