From what I gather, Kye Crow is a seamstress/nomadic animal rescuer. “My partner Gill and I live with our huge family of rescues animals.We live on the edge of lake Pamamaroo after having travelled over 2,000 klms in a wagon pulled by camels and with over 40 previously rescued animals.Check out our website www.animalrescuecamelcaravan.com.We are both creative and as well as our range of Goddess clothing ,I crochet wild jumpers and bags,paint and write,that is when Im not feeding an orphan animal.At the moment its a joey and a lamb called Shirley”
After checking out theyre animal rescue site, I still cant tell if this is for real or not. It just sounds too amazing to be true. All I know is: I just payed $700 for a jumper just like this and now I feel taken.
While conducting top secret research for B/D, I came across this now out of print tarot deck by furry/artist Joe Rosales. Im not saying that the world needs more Hello Kitty stuff, but the feline adaptations of the traditional Rider-Waite tarot deck worth checking out.
Finnish illustrator/photographer/director Miika Saksi’s work is everything I love about fantastical and mythic Lisa Frank evoking creatures galloping the fine line between awesome and cheesy as hell. It’s almost as if (for me) the relationship between work I like, and what I can Google image search is basically one and the same…
Art Dubai Opens today but I had a chance to sneak in yesterday and take some shots before the masses stormed the fair. As a result I don’t have the names of all the artists/galleries but there’s still some good eye candy.
Beautiful/Decay teamed up with By Osmosis TV to profile piece on painter Aaron Noble in this new video. Aaron is a longtime friend of B/D. You can find his work on B/D’s Caliph shirt among other places.
Beautiful/Decay has teamed up with By Osmosis TV once again to mix words with one of our favorite artists Aaron Noble. Aaron is a long time collaborator with Beautiful/Decay Magazine and Beautiful/Decay Apparel, and is featured in Beautiful/Decay’s AtoZ gallery show at the Kopeikin Gallery.