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My beautiful cousin Angela Bustamante is modeling my first look on the mighty Santa Barbara Coast. She is a fresh zoology graduate from UCSB and she's hoping to find an internship that will help her grow as a genius/animal lover and experience beautiful new places. This year my line, Thunder of Ancients takes inspiration from the powerful and provocative Goddess in all of us. Our Goddess is a belly dancer, a warrior, a leader, a janitor, a zoologist, a priest, and a muse for all civilization. By incorporating lots of sheer fabric, revealing cuts, copper armor, and coins from around the world, the finished product should hopefully BLOW YOUR MIND!!! Save the date!
MY LINE DEBUTS MAY 1ST. MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! GET THERE!
Now on to the rest of the preview
Come to San Francisco State's Spring show and bring your friends! I appreciate your continued support :D
Kudroff is a young artist freshly moved to the bay area after studying and living in New York for some years. She specializes in making quality fabric art creations. Here are some example of the magic below.
She graduated from Columbia University
She is ready and willing to do commission work
The pieces sell for anywhere between 45 - 500 US dollars depending on the time and complexity involved
All of these creations are completely sewn by hand and constructed from "orphaned fabrics"
This is a couple looking out at the sweet night sky. "First Date"
This is a man singing sun flowers "Sun Flower Mouth"
An old fellow pillow. And a spring smile banner.
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What lovely additions these could make to your home!
And it belongs to the multitalented, Micka Foster of New Albany, Mississippi.
The weathered, painted wood, tin walls , and rustic sink and lamp make the bathroom feel uniquely antique. Micka is an artist specializing in lamp and fixture design under the label FosterLuminocity. She also started a company called Art of Dixie, they sell everything from all-natural lip balm, to sandals to wall art. I would definitely check them out if your looking for authentic Southern art to spice up your home, office or store. Their gallery and shop is located just a few hours from Nashville, Tennessee and would be a great stop if you want a dose of authentic southern culture. If not, their website is just a click away!
I personally can't stand leopard print anything, that's just me but I still wear it and also I HAVE A QUESTION. Could leopard print be used to save real leopards in the wild?. WHAT IF companies such as Bebe, Betsy Johnson and Charolette Russe were to donate a percentage of their leopard print product revenue on protecting this species. Supporting wild life refugees could be a great move for their PR, and the timing couldn't be better. Below are the species of leopard that have no more than 50 adults left.
Bring your leopard print wearer closer to impacting the fate of the creature that inspired the print.
I mean, will anyone wear leopard print when there are no leopards? Probably.. but I don't want to see that day!
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