Erotica // Wednesday, May 15, 2013
The Minneapolis Light Grey Art Lab just opened a show called "Girls," featuring a series of illustrators' personal takes on their choice of real-life heroines or fictional women from pop culture and literature with a particular focus on the strength and sex appeal of female figures in our cultural rolodex. These illustrations are an awesome representation of how some of our most promising contemporary illustrators interpret the feminine badasses they grew up with. Some highlights include Barbie lounging in front of a sunset and Annie Oakley with her horse. What an awesome rebirth of girl power.
Tattoo // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Dangerously Dolly is an internationally published portrait photographer that currently resides in Atlanta, GA, specializing in all of our favorite topic- those beautifully inked vixens. With years of experience in creative retouching, digital arts, art direction, and photography, at age twenty-three she is focusing on spending most of her creative energy towards her clients and her personal projects...
Graffiti // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Catching a tags on girls seems semi-ok, there’s little to no effort put in. It’s when writers start doing anything more, that things become corny and there is too much effort. It’s not “creating art” buddy, end of story. The following are some examples of this crime.