Remembering Diana Through 40 Formal Portraits 20 Years Later

It’s surprisingly hard to write this post even though it’s been 20 years since the passing of the woman I first knew as Lady Di, then as The Princess of Wales and now and forevermore as The People’s Princess. I still well up with tears when looking at photos of the late Princess. But here, on the the 20 anniversary of her tragic passing, are several formal portraits of her taken by some of the world’s most renowned photographers including Terence Donovan, David Bailey, Mario Testino and Patrick Demarchelier. Read more

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LV Supreme Ferrari for 15 yr old ‘Money Kicks’

Meet 15 year old Rashed Belhasa aka Money Kicks. The braces-clad, wild-animal owning, prepubescent social media star from Dubai has finally received him dream car: A Ferrari wrapped in the Louis Vuitton Supreme pattern to add to his stable of luxury cars which also includes a Yeezy Boost inspired Cadillac Escalade. But for now, he’ll have to ride in the passenger seat, since he’s not yet old enough to drive. Read more

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Everything Loose Will Land In LA | New Work from Paul Davies

Artist Paul Davies has a new an exhibit at Sydney, Australia’s OLSEN Gallery featuring original paintings and digital collages on which he’s been working for the past three years. “Everything Loose Will Land In LA” opens today August 30th and runs through September 17th. Read more

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Amazing Bird House Based on Mid-Century Modern Stahl House

Pierre Koenig’s famous Stahl House has served as inspiration for so many creative endeavors from movies to paintings, it was only a matter of time until some talented woodworker turned it into a birdhouse. Read more

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Psychedelic Saturday Mornings Come To Life At La La Land Gallery

If the titles H.R. Pufnstuf, Lidsville, Sigmund The Sea Monster, Banana Splitz and The Bugaloos make you feel nostaglic, you grew up with Sid & Marty Krofft’s imaginative – if not drug-induced- characters who graced your television set with their wacky antics every Saturday morning. Read more

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Car To Covet: New Retractable Hardtop Ferrari Portofino

I love when a car brand is so prestigious and pricey it has to label a $200,000+ model as “entry-level.” That’s how Ferrari describes the new sexy Portofino, the brand’s replacement for the Ferrari California, their previous entry-level model. Read more

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ChattyFeet Tickles Our Toes With New Artist Inspired Socks

About two years ago I introduced you to the fun socks for Movie and Art Lovers from a company named ChattyFeet. Last week, Gil from the UK brand generously sent me their latest gift set of Artist-inspired designs containing four pair of combed cotton socks honoring more of the 20th century’s greatest creators. Read more

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Hautlence Launches Luxury Watches That Don’t Tell Time.

Swiss luxury watchmakers Hautlence have launched a new series of watches, The Playground Collection, that don’t tell time. To make the passage of time more pleasant, they have diverted the timepiece from its traditional function while painstakingly adhering to the craftmanship and art of watchmaking. The result is very luxurious wristwatches that allow you to “play.” Let me introduce you to the Hautlence Playground Labyrinth and the Hautlence Playground Pinball watches. Read more

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Art History Heroes Collection from Today Is Art Day

These cute little 5″ tall, high-quality PVC (plastic) in the likenesses of Frida Khalo, Vincent Van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer and Rembrandt are members of the Art History Heroes Collection from Today Is Art Day Read more

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People Watching The Eclipse – 50 Great Photos

If you live in the United States, chances are you are aware of the natural phenomenon that occurred today – a total solar eclipse, frequently referred to as the “Great American Eclipse”, was visible within a band called The Path of Totality across the entire contiguous United States passing from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast. Read more

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