Friday, July 31, 2009
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Monday, July 13, 2009
SERIOUS QUESTION:Am I too good to be successful?? Would you not want to teach at a school with the best teacher in the world? Would you try to make sure that teacher couldn't get a job at your school because you would look bad being average?? Yes he is arrogant but he deserves to be! Donice works for this...He eats, sleeps, and breathes THIS...THIS IS ART, THIS IS DONICE...PLEASE COMMENT I need feedback.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Monday, July 6, 2009
Jimmy Choo For H&MFast fashion just got a boost with the announcement that H&M is partnering with shoe and handbag brand Jimmy Choo. The luxury brand, famous for sky-high stilettos and large purses, will create a line of shoes, bags and accessories for men and women that arrive in stores on November 14. Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo's founder and chief executive, promises "a sophisticated, fashion forward, accessible and glamorous collection - the perfect party pieces to buy now and then wear out that night!" Jimmy Choo will create clothing for H&M which will be designed to match the accessories rather than the other way around. With all the designers pairing up with lower-priced stores there has been a bit of high-low fatigue lately but this particular collaboration should be a hot seller.
Sunday, July 5, 2009
A CHEEKY artist has been given a £20,000 National Lottery grant - to look at girls' bums.
Sue Williams was given the cash to "explore cultural attitudes towards female buttocks".
She will create plaster cast moulds of women's behinds to try to understand their place in contemporary culture.
Swansea-based Mrs Williams, 53, will also examine different racial attitudes towards bums in Europe and Africa. She said: "The project is taking on the issues around the bottom."
Emma Geliot from the Arts Council of Wales, which awarded the grant, said: "This produces a tee-hee response but there is a serious point."
Lib Dem MP Adrian Sanders, a member of the all-party Culture Committee, said most Lottery players would "question" the handout.
By HARRY HAYDON
This is the type of thing I love...Artist paid to explore things...and what's more beautiful than female anatomy?? I am working on a breast grant now!