I cannot draw, I cannot paint, and I surely cannot sculpt. In fact, when it comes to art, I completely understand my lack of capabilities in creating something that people will admire and love. But when I view the works of Alex Pardee, I can only stare in amazement. His artwork has a unique comic book style, and his themes cover so many basis.
Jenni Kayne has a relatively high end brand in America’s clothing market. Her styles are very traditional and never outlandish, but if you want to look as good as this future megastar, your pockets are going to hurt. At least mine would.
With every stroke of his brush, admirers could easily understand his genius and creativity. Today is not necessarily a sad day, because of the loss of this great artist. It is a day of reflection, and remembrance of a great American emblem.
What defines beauty, and how does the nature of beauty change over time? What is the special allure of the stereotypical runway model in today’s society? These age old questions will never truly be measured or answered; however, when viewers witness the model image that we all adore, we witness a beauty that for the most part can not be described.
In case you were not in Atlanta this weekend, Music Midtown has finally returned home after a six year hiatus. The line-up was not as impressive as it has been in previous years, but nevertheless, the crowd employed a consensus that Music Midtown should be stationed in Atlanta for many years to come. Rock fans far and wide pitched tents, and brought coolers and blankets as they camped out all over Piedmont Park in an effort to get the best view of two stages soon to be occupied by The Constellations, Young the Giant, The Joy Formidable, Manchester Orchestra, The Black Keys, The Postelles, Walk the Moon, Band of Skulls, Cage the Elephant, and Coldplay. There was a wonderful turnout for the opening acts, beginning with The Postelles, who kicked off the show at one o’clock.