Posts tagged "book"
Snapshot: Fictitious Dishes

Snapshot: Fictitious Dishes

Graphic designer Dinah Fried's Fictitious Dishes series might just be the perfect Monday amusement for any of you literary folk. The clever RISD student captures memorable meals from beloved books... Can you guess which each one is from?
Roy Lichtenstein Restrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago

Roy Lichtenstein Restrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago

The name Roy Lichtenstein has long been synonymous with Pop Art, perhaps second in fame only to Andy Warhol. The Art Institute of Chicago and the London Tate Modern teamed up on a Chicago-based exhibit on the artist to run through the summer, as well as a great coffee table book to commemorate the exhibition....
Chick of the Month: Tabatha McGurr

Chick of the Month: Tabatha McGurr

Does Tabatha even need an introduction? In this must-read interview, she shares her favorite meal (not what you'd expect), the chicest thing her mom has taught her, and possibly writing fiction down the line.
Tabatha McGurr's Tabatha: A Scrapbook for Adults

Tabatha McGurr’s Tabatha: A Scrapbook for Adults

Tabatha McGurr, the talented lady behind the Married to the Mob blog (formerly MOB Living), is currently celebrating her first book release, Tabatha. This elaborate "scrapbook for adults" is a gorgeously printed collection of collages, doodles, and musings, all pointing to her major imprint on the MTTM brand legacy.
French Artist Fafi Decks Out Some Decks

French Artist Fafi Decks Out Some Decks

Fafi’s feminine twist has taken street art in a whole new direction, impressing international streetwear and high fashion aficionados. Plus, with Karmaloop's recent launch of Brick Harbor, us girls deserve some skating love too!
Steal Her Style: Chenault in The Rum Diary

Steal Her Style: Chenault in The Rum Diary

Last year's film adaptation of The Rum Diary, an early novel by Hunter S. Thompson, tells the story of Paul Kemp, an American journalist who becomes infatuated with a wildly attractive beach goddess, Chenault. We totally understand why with her retro summer dresses and breezy accessories. Take a peek after the jump.
Photo of the Week: 1.9.2012

Photo of the Week: 1.9.2012

If you're stuck in the cold, check out Martin Parr's book, Playas, for a little fun in the sun!
Photo of the Week: 12.27.11

Photo of the Week: 12.27.11

This photo resonates from Stephen Shore's most well known book Uncommon Places (first published in 1982) where he documented uncommon places in America.