The fashion magic that a high-end designer brand, and a nod to blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe can do to help Rita Ora get into the Celebrity Style-Watch Academy by the skin of her matching bleached teeth and hair.
Being a self-taught illustrator, still green by my definition, I have much respect for those others who have taken the same approach to expressing themselves creatively with the use of technology.
Self-taught digital illustrator, George V. Antoniou has managed to take photographs from some of the greatest photographers of our times, Annie Leibovtiz, Richard Avedon, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, and created a series of illustrations which are reminiscent to oil paintings and worthy of hanging-status on the walls of some grandeur estates. Mansions need not apply.
It’s an early start to my Thursday morning as I write this. I’ve just finished one project only to start another right after this post hasn’t been sent. For those who don’t know, I’m back in school putting my sexy eyeglasses to good use, but in less than a month since the semester started I’ve been slammed with so many papers to write and projects to hand in, I’ve had barely any time to get my RomeoStyling on. Ohh and let’s not forget it’s still a month of fashion weeks! I write this during my hour-long break that’s being put to good use. I’m watching my new guilty pleasure, The Walking Dead, eating (of course), and also browsing my favorite fashion websites to tickle my senses.
Somehow I ended up looking at a short film I viewed last year from Marco Brambilla on Nowness.com. Commissioned by Ferrari, the 3D kaleidoscopic video RPM, debuted at Art Basel two years ago. New York based artist, Brambilla did share the method he used to create such a magnetic film, but right now all I see are pretty psychedelic prints every time I hit the pause button. Go on you try!
My break is over.
Makeup and I are still in the dating phrase of our relationship, but the last few months things have been getting pretty serious with me displaying my affection on my face using brighter colors on my lips and eyes, and not being afraid to have my face glow with the right products with the right outfit on the right occasion. From the looks of things, makeup will be joining fashion and I in creative
threesomes collaborations more often!
So when one of my favorite beauty websites, Birchbox.com asked me to be a guest blogger for a week, I couldn’t think of a better place to put this budding relationship on display for all to see.
Let me start with “Polishes and Markers Sitting In A Tree.”
The full post on Birchbox.com