Dunhill Taps Artist Fredrikson Stallard for Festive Sculptures

METAL MANIA: Dunhill has tapped the artist Fredrikson Stallard to create unique works that will be shown in the brand’s flagships worldwide.
Named ‘Dunhill Crush,’ the sculptures are made from pieces of mirrored and polished aluminum that have a crushed and folded effect, much like opened wrapping paper.
“Metal and engineering are house codes that I have always been drawn to, and continue to develop as a means to expressing the design vocabulary of Dunhill,” said Mark Weston, Dunhill’s creative director.
The artwork will also be showcased in Dunhill’s seasonal campaign imagery, which has been photographed by Chris Rhodes. The campaign highlights the brand’s latest designs, such as the Duke flap briefcase, the Radial Spoiler sneakers and the Duke metallic card.

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ComplexCon 2018: Gucci Ghost Artist Trevor Andrew Debuts Line

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST: Trevor Andrew, known for his Gucci Ghost collaboration with Gucci, can now add streetwear line Real Buy to his resume.
Andrew was on hand at ComplexCon this past weekend to debut the Real Buy, which was initially teased online on Nov. 1 with a long-sleeve T-shirt. For ComplexCon, the artist brought hand-painted jackets, which lined the walls of his space. There were also short- and long-sleeve T-shirts retailing for $ 65 and $ 90, respectively, bearing seven different designs.
“I’ve always been making stuff so it’s nice when I find somebody that believes in what I’m doing and they give the free reins to do what I do. That’s always a good scenario,” Andrew said of the Real Buy while sitting on a couch in the brand’s booth Saturday.
Andrew’s ComplexCon buildout re-created his Koreatown studio, which he moved into last year after working out of Brooklyn for 17 years. The booth came complete with painted floors mirroring his actual work space and free tattoos done on site.
Andrew’s art has been seen in places such as Dover Street Market in Tokyo and Milk Gallery in New York. The artist, who is a former pro snowboarder, has also worked with the aforementioned

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This 20-Year-Old Artist Carves Pumpkins Of Your Faves Every Halloween

Megan (@spinningaroundconfetti on Instagram) has caught the eyes of stan Twitter with her pumpkin carvings of musicians like Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Taylor Swift and Why Don’t We.
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Taylor Swift Breaks Whitney Houston’s American Music Award Record After Winning 2018 Artist Of The Year

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Jimmy Fallon Destroys Post Malone’s Upcoming Artist Tyla Yaweh In Rap Battle

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Artist issues “Swiss Passports” at London gallery

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19-year-old Lily Hevesh is obsessed with dominos. She spends hours upon hours building insanely intricate designs and chain reactions before knocking them down. Sound like a strange way to spend your time? Tell that to the nearly 2 million people who’ve subscribed to her YouTube Channel, where she posts new domino videos every Saturday.
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Artist Mirabelle Marden Installs ‘Garage Sale’ Retail Project

Mirabelle Marden, an artist by practice, trade and lineage, continues to toy with nostalgic elements of the retail experience.
Today she will reveal a new shoppable installation, “Garage Sale,” inside her gallery Plain Pleasures, which is located on the second floor of an unnamed Chinatown mall in Manhattan. Over the last two years, the two-story building at 75 East Broadway has evolved into a nexus for experimental retail, spearheaded by artists, designers and thinkers.
Marden opened her first effort there, called Plain Pleasures Market in December — setting a colorful holiday souk stuffed with traveled souvenirs, friends’ craftworks and vintage odds and ends. In the months since, her mall space has become a revolving door of art shows and guest pop-up shops from friends like Stella Schnabel.
For Marden, keeping store at Plain Pleasures is about replicating travel experiences and “creating an environment. I’m making an expression of how I see things. Whenever I go somewhere I like to look at the markets and everyday stores — they let you experience a place.”
Garage Sale will include items sourced and rummaged on trips to Lisbon, Nevis, Marrakesh, Mexico City and Paris. “I wanted it to look like a storage space, I hung up old

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Can Guns N’ Roses, or Any Artist, Erase an Unflattering Moment?

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Episode 173 Scott Adams: Kanye on Kimmel, The Makeup Artist Mug Shot, BLM Not Voting, and Urban Ideas

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    • Big tech has demonstrated monopoly powers
    • Twitter, the only responsible entity here
  • Kanye lives his public life as art
  • Artist pasting Trump decal stars on Hollywood walk of fame

 

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Justin Timberlake Supports Pink After She Cancels Tour Date Due To Illness: ‘You Won’t Find A Harder Working’ Artist

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How One Artist Balances Form and Function with His Light Sculptures

Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for Perry Ellis. Jason Krugman is a light sculptor based in Brooklyn, NY. His lighting designs often use their physical structure to conduct electricity to the light sources, which eliminates the need for insulated wiring and connectors allowing thousands of lights to sit softly amongst minimal wire forms. Currently, he works out of the New Lab space which is a community of entrepreneurs working in advanced technology.
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The Disaster Artist – James Franco

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The Disaster Artist

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Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: November 3, 2017


The true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau (James Franco); a celebration of friendship and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds. Based on the best-selling tell-all about the making of Tommy's cult-classic disasterpiece The Room.

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Petal power: Chinese artist starts east-west dialogue using flowers

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Make up artist Arjen Tuiten pushes limits with ‘Wonder’

Dutch make up artist Arjen Tuiten explains the difficulties he had creating the Oscar nominated prosthetics for Jacob Tremblay in ‘Wonder’. Rollo Ross reports.


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Michael Kors Collaborates With Artist David Downton for Special Capsule

THE ART OF THE SKETCH: Michael Kors has teamed with renowned fashion artist David Downton on a special capsule collection. The designs will be shown at the Michael Kors runway show at the Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center Wednesday at 10 a.m. The capsule will hit stores this fall.
While additional details weren’t divulged, it is believed that the illustrations will appear on handbags.
In 1966, Downton was commissioned to draw at the Paris couture by a Sunday supplement and since then his illustrated reports from the shows have appeared in such publications as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar and The New York Times. His commercial client list includes Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Topshop, Joyce Hong Kong, Harrods, Estée Lauder and the V&A Museum. He has also produced portraits of some celebrities including Cate Blanchett, Dita Von Teese, Catherine Deneuve and Linda Evangelista.
“This is our first collaboration with an artist for Michael Kors Collection, and it is very personal. David captures people’s essence and style without feeling the need to draw every detail about them — it’s the magic of a great illustrator,” Kors said.

Michael Kors Collection “Lola” illustration by David Downton. 
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Following the show, Kors will host an intimate dinner

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Boosie Badazz’s “BadAzz Audio” Makes Him The Latest Hip-Hop Artist To Venture Into The Headphone Market

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Dr.Dre with the help of Jimmy Iovine essentially created the blueprint when it comes to artist and celebs making money outside of music by releasing their own headphones. Jay-Z, Diddy, Lady Gaga, DJ Khaled, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon and Ludacris all have thrown their names in the hats trying to compete with the iconic Beats By Dre headphone brand. While most failed or just joined Beats By Dre there is a new company who is still willing to give people other options. Boosie Badazz is the latest rapper to decide to release his own line of headphones in collaboration with Fanstereo. 

Boosie Badazz confirmed the collaboration to his 4.6 million followers on Instagram announcing his forthcoming headphones is available for pre-order.

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The announcement of the Boosie Badazz collaboration follows the recent announcement of Ayo and Teo’s collection. DJ Scream also has a collection with Fanstereo as well. The “BadAzz Audio” collection will feature earbuds called the BadAzz Eirs that cost $ 109.00, two studio versions that cost $ 139.00 and a $ 99.00 pair of studio headphones called NuBump.

Fanstereo aims to work with other artists on capsule headphone collections and is looking to give the artist a new creative source of revenue.

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About Fanstereo:

“Fanstereo is an entertainment lifestyle brand that connects artists and musicians directly to fans across the globe. Co-founded by celebrity-branding expert Jay Leopardi, headphone expert Steve Rois and Super Bowl Champion Walter Thurmond III, Fanstereo’s concept is at the intersection of entertainment and technology. The company’s consumer-facing products include headphones, earphones and Bluetooth speakers, designed with cutting-edge technologies from the DNA of professional audio leader, Direct Sound. Each product offers the sound quality of professional-grade audio, available for the very first time on the consumer market. With a mission to empower artists and fans, Fanstereo’s team of innovative pioneers live to inspire the next generation of pop culture.”

To learn more about Fanstereo’s products head over to their official site and if you want to pre-order yourself a pair Boosie’s headphones head here now.

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The Bigger Artist – A Boogie wit da Hoodie

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Visual Artist Martin Askem Talks “This Day In Rap & Hip Hop History” Book

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Watch Neon Artist Shawna Peterson Make Bright, Buzzing Art

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In a hybrid of concert and autobiography, Bruce Springsteen delivers a major statement about his life’s work — but also a major revision of it.
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CNCO, Vicente Garcia, Sofia Reyes & More: Meet the Latin Grammys’ Best New Artist Nominees

The nominees for the 2017 Latin Grammys were finally announced on Sept. 26. As usual, one of the most exciting categories is best new…
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American Artist Miranda July Opens Charity Shop in Selfridges

TAKING A STANCE: Selfridges is continuing its mission of enriching shoppers’ in-store experiences. This time, the U.K. department store has teamed with the artist, writer and filmmaker Miranda July and the London-based arts organization Art Angel to create the U.K.’s first interfaith charity shop.
The shop, located on the third floor of the department store, will be run by four religious charities chosen by Miranda July: Islamic Relief, Jewish charity Norwood, London Buddhist Centre and Spitalfields Crypt Trust. It will offer a mix of products, just like other charity shops across the country, including secondhand clothing, ornaments, toys and kitchenware.
“For many years I’ve wanted to make a store as artwork; utilizing the inherently participatory conventions of commerce,” said Miranda July, who is known to create a range of artworks that depend on public participation. “When I first came to London, in my 20s, I was giddily amazed by the sheer number of charity shops, but it’s only in creating this store with Artangel that I understand what a radically unique economic model they are. The nuances of this come from my faith-based charity shop partners and from the site, Selfridges.”
The proceeds will be shared equally between the four participating charities and

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Kylie Jenner’s using her considerable social media capital to settle a potential legal war with the makeup artist who claimed KJ stole her photos to promote her brand. We broke the story … Vlada Haggerty threatened to take action against Kylie for…

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The Disaster Artist: My Life inside ‘The Room’, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made (Unabridged) – Greg Sestero & Tom Bissell

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6 Surprising Lessons From Makeup Artist Lisa Eldridge’s New Beauty Book

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Today, Lisa Eldridge, the London-based makeup artist and YouTube sensation, is releasing her first book, Face Paint: The Story of Makeup (Abrams Image), a meditation on the history of cosmetics and the women who wore it best. Beginning with caches of red ochre found in South African caves, which were used as prehistoric makeup, Face Paint takes us through the ancient origins of modern trends—a bold red lip, a slick of black liner—and connects them back to beauty’s present landscape. From the invention of the world’s first mascara to the backstory behind Lauren Hutton’s famous gap-toothed grin, here are six surprising things we learned from the book that have us feeling inspired to dive into our beauty kits.

1. In Ancient Greece, around 800 B.C., Athenian women mixed burned cork, antimony, and soot to concoct a simple brow powder, used to thicken their arches and create the appearance of a unibrow. (The Romans also favored the singular style.) Centuries later, around 1917, New Yorker T. L. Williams purportedly caught his sister Mabel mixing burned cork with petroleum jelly to darken her lashes, which inspired him to launch Lash-Brow-Ine—one of the first mascaras—and his iconic beauty company, Maybelline. Rumor has it that the mascara helped Mabel win her boyfriend back.



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2. From the 1500s, French women began carrying gilded tins filled with mouches, small black patches used to ornament their faces and conceal blemishes—think Marie Antoinette and the 18th-century court of Versailles. Made from silk, velvet, satin, or taffeta in heart or circle shapes, their placement was coded: Right cheek meant married; left, engaged. Mistresses wore one by the corner of the eye, while a mouche near the mouth showed you were single.

3. Around 1902, Helena Rubinstein launched her famous Crème Valaze in Australia with the claim that one Dr. Lykusky had concocted the cream with herbs grown in the Carpathian mountains. Years later, she revealed the true recipe to her secretary: mineral oil, vegetable oil, and lanolin, which she scented with pine bark, water lilies, and lavender. Ten pennies procured all the ingredients, but Helena charged 7 shillings and 7 pence because, in her own words, “Women won’t buy anything that cheap!”



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4. Though Ancient Egyptian murals had depicted men and women in thick black liner—and archaeologists had found carved ivory cases with burned almond kohl in burial tombs—it was the 1912 discovery of Nefertiti’s bust that brought the exaggerated cat-eye back to life. With the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1923 and the first public exhibition of the limestone-and-stucco head a year later, Egyptomania gripped the world. Elizabeth Taylor’s iconic portrayal of Cleopatra in 1963 only sealed the deal, and dark eye makeup has stayed in style ever since.



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5. Discovered by Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, a young Lauren Hutton started modeling for Richard Avedon and Irving Penn in the mid-’60s. Hutton would do her own makeup for shoots, and initially tried to hide the gap in her teeth with mortician’s wax and a cap, which kept falling out. Quickly, she learned to embrace her crooked smile, which helped her secure a record 27 Vogue covers, a landmark modeling contract with Revlon, and paved the way for many winning gap-toothed girls—Lara Stone, Georgia May Jagger—to come.

6. Fashion designer Barbara Hulanicki’s Biba label began selling Technicolor makeup in 1970, revolutionizing the decade’s look with blush, shadows, and face glosses in a staggering range of trippy colors, from acid blue to mustard yellow to shimmering copper. Not surprisingly, David Bowie and his alter ego, Ziggy Stardust, were reportedly fans. At the time, the factory couldn’t believe Hulanicki’s requested colors—but then her first brown lipstick sold out in 30 minutes. Two years later, Hulanicki further broadened the beauty boundaries when she debuted the first makeup range designed for women with darker skin. Needless to say, the rest is beauty history.

 

 

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CTE/CMG Artist K Digga Drops Yo Gotti Assisted Banger “Like That” Produced By Zaytoven

With his previous single, “On 10,” garnering a lot of radio spins in recent weeks all over the south, CTE and CMG rep K Digga links up with Yo Gotti for the Zaytoven produced “Like That”. Listen below!

 

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Meet the Makeup Artist Whose Bold New Vision Is Shaking Up Chanel

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With her singular beauty vision, the makeup artist Lucia Pica is bringing a cool new attitude to Chanel.

Lucia Pica’s big love of color should hardly set alarm bells ringing. And yet it has. Literally. At London’s Tate Modern. It’s a Saturday afternoon, and in her attempt to really inspect the brushstrokes and exacting undertones of a Sonia Delaunay masterpiece, Chanel’s new global creative makeup and color designer has accidentally tripped the security borders, and the alarm is now reverberating across the busy exhibition hall. Mortified, the Italian makeup artist slides away from the scene until she safely turns a corner, whereupon she bursts into a fit of can-you-actually-believe-I-did-that giggles.

Bold pops of color are her thing, and Pica—who will be responsible for conceptualizing and developing Chanel’s cosmetics—represents something of a brave move for the French luxury house. She thinks nothing of applying glossy acid orange to lips, dusting lids in canary yellow ombréd-out to sooty black, or artistically painting a single stroke of Wite-Out white just below brows with the style of an Abstract Expressionist. But that’s not all she can do; Pica can just as skillfully turn her hand to a natural no-makeup makeup look. It’s a versatility honed on set with photographers Mario Testino, Mikael Jansson, Alasdair McLellan, and Willy Vanderperre, and backstage at shows like Roksanda and Peter Pilotto. She’s also behind Chanel’s beauty campaigns, making up the faces of Keira Knightley and the model Sigrid Agren.

At lunch at Brawn, one of her favorite local restaurants, not far from her home in neighboring Dalston, East London, she’s wearing vintage black Levi’s 615s paired with a chic white turtleneck. Her oversize stone-colored trench from Armani menswear is jauntily accessorized with Margaret Howell’s foldaway trilby and—what else?—Chanel’s classic monochrome ballet flats and 2.55 bag. “I’m really into black and white at the moment,” she says, smiling and sipping an Americano. “I’ve been Chanelified.

“Coco Chanel was such a punk in the way that she approached style and feminism,” Pica continues. “She gave power to women, made it about how we wanted to look and not about dressing to please others. She pioneered that, and it couldn’t have been easy.” The heavy-fringed brunette pauses before adding, “Yes—I’m reading a lot of her biographies. . . . ”

Pica, who grew up in Naples, was always interested in makeup but didn’t consider it as a career until much later. She moved at 22 to London, where she waitressed, working the night shift at Soho’s lively Cafe Boheme. After completing a brief makeup course, she did a stint at Shu Uemura’s counter and assisted a roll call of legendary female makeup artists, including Charlotte Tilbury.

“I knew she would be a star,” says Tilbury. “She’s got creative vision and really knows her art, film, and fashion references. It’s been great to see her develop her own makeup style over the years, which has a fresh, cool edge to it.” Plus, she adds, “I love her naughty sense of humor!”

Though Pica’s first full collection for Chanel won’t launch until late 2016, she is already clear on one thing: “I want the lineup to be modern and very straightforward. I want it to be super now, precise, and strong.” In preparation, she has been spending her time creating mood boards, gathering visuals that inspire her. Her references are broad: Art Deco postcards, images of Brutalist architecture, a snap of an edgy young girl spotted in an L.A. nightclub, a series of Polaroids of single-stem flowers pulled from the vast congratulatory bouquets she received when news broke of her appointment, and a handwritten note from an ex-boyfriend. When we duck into the florist Grace & Thorn on Hackney Road, a spriggy purple shamrock—otherwise known as a love plant—catches her eye. “Everything translates to a palette or a lipstick,” she says. “Whatever I look at, I see makeup.”

 

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Hair: Holli Smith; Makeup: Lucia Pica for Chanel

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New Artist Reviews: Kung Fu Jesus

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Humor is one of the most significant contributors to human connection. Some types of humor evoke laughter and other types of humor raise eyebrows. It can convey a strong message, be meaningless or meaningful or simply improve the quality of one’s life. Musicians have long since utilized the power of comedy to reach a wider audience and communicate philosophies, narratives and ideas. From the legendary Frank Zappa to the modern musings of Reggie Watts, humor and music can create a potent combination.

Hailing from The Shire in Scotland is the psychedelic pop-rock musician, Craig Snape who goes by the name of Kung Fu Jesus. Not only is he the singer and songwriter, but he also plays guitar, keyboards, bass guitar and drum-loops as well as sings some of his own backup vocals. His bandmates include Robert Hamill on accordion, Phil O’Shea on keyboards, drum-loops and arrangements and Keiran Allan as backing vocals and spiritual dancer. With such a colorful moniker, the imagination begins to swirl around any number of strange images that the name Kung Fu Jesus conjures.

He awakens the mind before one even hears the music. Based upon his compositions, I can deduce that Kung Fu Jesus is a part monk, part Thor type of character whose favorite colors are rainbows and fireworks and has the spirit of a sage and the heart of an activist. How accurate that description is, I might never know, but I’ll keep it for now. Having already been featured in Emmy award-winning documentaries and receiving continuous radio play on the BBC among other stations, Kung Fu Jesus is beginning to garner a following that is growing exponentially.

His new record Celestial Gold is a blend of elements from hip hop, classic rock ‘n’ roll, world rhythms, psychedelia, indie pop and the harmonies of old school surf rock. Though very unique, he has been compared to the likes of Beck, Iggy Pop and Damon Albarn. He has created a sound that is as comical as it is poignant while his instrumental skills and musical arrangements showcase his well-rounded talents. A composer of dreams, he crafts airy landscapes of sounds and textures with an uplifting cadence that leaves his audience feeling elated.

Paired with dreamy instrumentals, Kung Fu Jesus is also a prolific and inspiring writer whose lyrics express matters such as spiritual ideology, mythology, social injustice, love, tongue-in-cheek humor, fun and so much more. His music is danceable, singable and thought-provoking. The breezy and romantic track “Rainbow Road” sings of the album’s namesake with its happy cowbell and toe-tapping rhythm. Fantastical tracks such as “Double Dragon,” “God of Thunder” and “Fenris Wolf” show his love for Bruce Lee and his deep connection with mythology, particularly of the Norse and Egyptian varieties.

While the majority of his songs seem to retain their uplifting vibe and cadence throughout Celestial Gold, he also touches on more obscure topics creating an intriguing dichotomy between light and dark. The track “Smartphones” discusses the sinister nature of technology and how enslaved the world has become by their electronic devices. He daringly sings a sardonic song about Kurt Cobain’s suicide and even denigrates the beloved Christmas icon, St. Nicholas. From Norse mythology to mental enslavement, no topic is off limits for Kung Fu Jesus. Never afraid to break through the confines of societal norms, he forges his own sonic path that his true fans will valiantly follow.

Website: www.kungfujesus.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kungfujesusuk
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCl4Qbzw5qay5WZcbTDwumRQ

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New Artist Reviews: Qualia

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Seattle has always been a city of innovation, especially in the world of music. Not needing to list the countless array of legendary musicians that have emerged from the “Emerald City,” it will always remain a thriving incubator of talent. Seattle-based Michael Hazani whose performance alias is Qualia, is a new and deeply emotive indie rock project who is quickly gaining momentum in the underground music world.

Qualia was initially formed as a band in 2014 as a means of escape for Hazani from his daytime shackles as a freelance songwriter and producer for hire. Their debut track “This Is The Color Of My Dreams” was released that same year and instantly received attention because of its uncompromising lyricism and fully immersive soundscapes that whisked the listener away into the world of Qualia. The success of this track bolstered an East Coast tour which broadened their reach and gave Hazani a taste of the life he had long been thirsting for.

Hazani’s accolades include being a semi-finalist in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition two years running and winning the John Lennon Songwriting Competition in 2014. In addition to these accolades, the group was also officially selected to play the A3E exposition at the highly acclaimed Berklee College of Music of which all the band members are alumni. Though mostly a solo project now, all of his hard work and musical prowess has been poured into Qualia which combines the familiarity of past music sensibilities with a style of indie rock for a new generation.

Heartfelt vocals, retro-electronic elements, moving choruses and lush soundscapes comprise his newest release Triptych. This three song EP is filled with all of the emotional candor one would hope to hear from an artist hailing from Seattle. Qualia’s catchy melodies and poetic lyrical progressions let the listener glide through the ebbs and crescendos of his songs. Triptych is an EP that changes upon each listen as you slowly begin to understand his style and soul.

The EP begins with the upbeat and poppy track “Presque Vu” which is nostalgic of the simple and carefree nature of youth. Reminiscent of the emo-music sensation that swept through the late 1990s and early 2000s, Qualia adds new life to a familiar sound. The most evocative track of Triptych,”Guillotine,” follows with a haunting introduction as his vocals slowly lead the listener into the song while impending instrumentals progress and build. “Guillotine” creates an escalating sensation, like being pulled acquiescently in a direction with your eyes closed.

In addition to singing and writing all three tracks, Hazani also contributed keys and electronic production during the recording process. The studio musicians who recorded on the album were Shawn Crowder on drums, Pier Luigi Salami on keys, mixing by Jay Marcovitz and mastering by Fred Sladkey. Triptych integrates imagination, drama, emotion and narrative while remaining cohesive in sound and organic in its origins. Though he did have studio musicians when recording the album, Qualia’s live shows utilize a solo electronic setup that remains faithful to the integrity of his music. Currently located in Seattle, he plans to tour the West Coast before the end of 2015.

Website: www.qualia-music.com
Bandcamp: www.qualiasongs.bandcamp.com
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/qualiasongs
Facebook: www.facebook.com/qualiasongs

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Young Money’s New Artist Baby E. Drops “Dat Chick” Featuring Juicy J & Project Pat

Check out the latest addition to Lil Wayne’s Young Money camp, Baby E., as he debuts his catchy single “Dat Chick” featuring Juicy J & Project Pat. Thoughts? Hit the c-section. Listen below!


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Illustrious LA Graffiti Artist “RISK” Opens Art Gallery

Recently iconic graffiti artist RISK announced that he will be opening an art gallery in Santa Monica, California just a few miles from the beach. The gallery has taken on the name of the, Buckshot Art Gallery and will feature a mixture of urban and fine art. The gallery is set to have its first exhibition on October 17th this year and will launch with an online e-commerce site to sell prints and original works of art online.

Kelly Graval, also known as RISK, has been synonymous with the Los Angeles art community for decades and the multi-talented fine artist, illustrator, and graffiti artist has become a world-renowned graffiti legend after putting in 30 years of work in the graf game. If you know anything about that, it’s a life filled with dodging the law, tagging trains and is one of the essential elements of Hip-Hop according to KRS-ONE.

But, RISK has come a long way since he pioneered the painting of freeway overpasses, signs and billboards, dubbed “heavens.” Although RISK loves aerosol art, he sees it as, “just one genre in his life’s work.” From his days as a student at the USC School of Fine Arts to gallery and museum showings around the world, RISK has transformed from a street artist to a respected icon in the contemporary art world.

The partnership includes Kevin Zinger and Ivory Daniel from Regime Management, a well-known entertainment management firm, and local entrepreneurs/philanthropists Howard Spunt and Bryan Spunt.

For more information check out BuckShotPrints.com, where you can find out more about the gallery and RISK’s 350 page book Old Habit Die Hard. We’ve also included some images below and videos of RISK doing his thing!

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Makeup Artist Pat McGrath on the Story Behind Givenchy’s Extraordinary Face Masks

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What will Riccardo Tisci do next? This was the question on the minds of the designer’s loyal fashion fans as they settled into their seats along the Hudson River pier at tonight’s Givenchy show—and that growing spirit of anticipation didn’t stop at the neck: On the heels of last season’s darkly romantic Victorian collection, where models’ elaborate facial jewelry culminated in a heart-stoppingly provocative expression of beauty that nearly stole the show, the idea of upping the proverbial ante seemed like a bit of a tall order. And yet leave it to Tisci, always the contrarian, to suddenly flip the script: With the dim of the lights and the clang of a bell, Mariacarla Boscono stepped onto the runway—her hair falling straight over her shoulders and her skin stripped almost bare.

Just a few hours earlier, makeup artist Pat McGrath had foreshadowed the sharp change of pace backstage. “Riccardo wanted a softness, but also a strangeness,” she said of the decision to treat skin with a bit of concealer, a swipe of brown mascara on the upper lashes, and a “grayish brown smolder of shadow around the eye” before bleaching the brows blonde for a supernatural effect. Only two girls—Joan Smalls and Imaan Hammam—were being prepped to wear a trace of color in the form of a vinyl-lacquered deep red lip.

But then what to make of the velvet shrouded area tucked discreetly in the far corner, where makeup assistants were slipping in and out of a hidden room holding trays filled with sparkling embellishments? With a sweep of the curtain, McGrath revealed five more models that had been designated with a special purpose. Each one sat patiently as a team of artists used beads and fabric to construct the elaborate ivory-color face masks that McGrath had dreamed up with Tisci for the occasion over the course of the previous week; still another model was having a series of gold and black graphic metal slivers crafted into a gleaming headpiece that wrapped around her ears.



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“Spray work, layer upon layer of jewels, bits of lace taken from the dresses,” said McGrath, ticking off a list of materials that were being layered onto the skin with professional adhesive in an upwards-of-five-hours-long process to create a look that was “romantic, organic, and all about pattern.”



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True to form, when Tisci’s masked models finally stepped onto the runway—their facial constructions as fiercely feminine and ethereal as their couture statement dresses—they brought the fashion house’s otherworldly vision of beauty brilliantly to life.

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Salaam Remi’s New Artist House of Cry Releases ‘Sincerely, Cry’ EP

At a time when the ideas of authenticity and artistry have taken over the musical dialogue, it’s refreshing to hear a project that is uniquely original, from the music to its creation. Enter the Chicago-Born and Raised House of Cry, a gifted artist who wrote, produced, and played just everything you hear on her stellar debut project, Sincerely, Cry.

The seven-track EP arrives with the backing of Salaam Remi, renown for his work with The Fugees, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Nas, and Miguel, among others. Given his knack for working with such special acts, you’d be right to expect greatness from House of Cry—and that’s exactly what you get here. In recognizing her talents, Salaam stated that he’s “never met a vocalist with a five octave range who can write and play every instrument and engineer her own project to the level.” He added, “Cry is a one of a kind talent and one of the greats. I’m very happy to be the one to help introduce the world to her.”

Sincerely, Cry is a mesmerizing blend of R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, and Rock. While combining those sounds, Cry uses her influences to her advantage in creating a cohesive yet diverse release. She flaunts R&B balladry on bedroom-ready “Toes Curl,” demonstrates slick guitar work on the gripping “I Don’t Wanna,” impresses with sharp bars on the moody “URAENO,” and vocally shines on the powerful, “Mindful.”

If what we’re getting on Sincerely, Cry is any indication, expect to hear more from House of Cry for years to come. After all, when has Salaam Remi steered us wrong? Sincerely, Cry is now available for stream and can be found through all major digital retailers.


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New Artist Reviews: Kiravell

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Traveling can evoke innovations and creations unlike any other muse. The inundation of new interactions, challenges, textures, tastes, sights, smells and sounds awaken the spirit. Singer, songwriter, and healer, Meniyka Kiravell, has dipped the quill of her mind into the bottomless inkwell of travel. With her quill dripping in inspiration, she created the album Vaudevellia!

Growing up just outside of Detroit, Michigan, she immersed herself in fantasy books and tall tales which bore a love of storytelling and theater. It was not until her time spent at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, however, that she discovered her love and talent for music. Playing in a number of indie bands as well as DJing on her college radio station, she found a passion for many genres of music, constantly exploring new sonic landscapes. “I was into everything I could get my hands on,” says Kiravell. “I’d rock Alice Coltrane one minute and Tchaikovsky the next.”

With the seed of music already planted in her mind, she left her Midwestern home to see the world. Over the course of a decade, she visited over 40 countries, surfing azure seas, broadening her musical influences, and discovering healing techniques from various cultures. She began using her newfound knowledge of healing on herself and experienced successful results. Kiravell eventually settled and found a home in Australia and planned to establish a residency there when her mother fell ill with crippling migraines. When she returned to the U.S., Kiravell employed the healing techniques she had learned on her travels, including Bowen Bodywork, and cured her mother’s ailment.

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Re-connecting with her family through healing became a great inspiration for Kiravell, infusing her spirit with a fresh perspective. Her healing capabilities paired with the sonic discoveries of travel, nourished the musical seed in her mind which soon flourished into Vaudevellia! Translating her experiences into sound, the largely jazz-based Vaudevellia! takes the listener on a journey through Kiravell’s personal life story.

Now established in San Diego, Kiravell’s debut release is also infused with many elements of the world music she experienced on her travels. Her poetic and poignant lyrics describe the cosmic perspective in which she sees the world around her. It is apparent in this album that Kiravell approaches her music with appreciation, humility and an open heart. Playing piano, keys and strings, the opening track “Pache Mama” is a song of reverence for the South American goddess of earth and time, Pachamama. Using worldly percussion and rhythm, the mind is transported to the lush valleys and verdant rainforests of the South American landscape.

Releasing all the songs on the album separately, Kiravell included unique album art and a written vignette about her intentions and motivations behind each track. Vaudevellia! is a well-crafted musical experience that is both humble and extraordinary. Her tales do not preach or teach, and yet somehow we learn from listening. Kiravell expresses her love for all things creative and hopes that this album will be received in the same way.

Website: www.kiravellmusic.com
Bandcamp: https://kiravell.bandcamp.com/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/kiravell
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/kiravell
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kiravell

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This Artist Is Using ‘Artivism’ To Break Down Queer Stigma And Stereotypes

A Venezuelan artist is making a bold statement about queerness and art’s power to aid in the breaking down of stereotypes related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) identity.

 

The “I’m Not A Joke” campaign from Daniel Arzola is a series of images inscribed with compelling truths about human diversity that encourages individuals to live as their authentic selves. He wants the images to eventually appear on buses and subways, exposing audiences to the realites of queer experiences in an attempt to breakdown prejudice in a form of activism that he calls “Artivism.”

 

Much of Arzola’s work comes from personal experience as an LGBT person growing up in Venezuela. “I had an violent adolescence because of [Venezuela’s intolerance],” he told The Huffington Post. “When I was 15-years-old they tied me to an electric pole and tried to burn me alive. I was able to escape that but I spent six years not being able to draw because they destroyed all of my drawings. After escaping that I transformed everything into lines and colors instead of returning the violence – I wanted to break the cycle.”

 

The Huffington Post chatted this week with Arzola about “Artivism,” his artwork and what he hopes to see accomplished through the “I’m Not A Joke” series.

Want to see more from Arzola and his “I’m Not A Joke” series? Head here to check out the artist’s Tumblr.

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Skin Care Products That Make a HUGE Difference in Your Skin, According to a Celebrity Makeup Artist

By Beth Shapouri, Glamour

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Celebrity makeup artists always know the best skin care products–they need them to keep their clients’ skin in good shape under heavy on-camera foundations and to avoid irritation through multiple makeup changes. And Andréa Tiller, a makeup artist whose work you’ve seen on lovely women like Olivia Culpo and Amy Schumer, is one of those people we count on to know. Luckily last night she was in a sharing mood, spilling the details of three of her all-time favorites on Instagram, writing, “I can’t live without these! Seriously!” and adding “I have also used these on my clients as skin prep and they love them!”

Here are the products that currently have her heart:

Sisley Paris All Day All Year Cream ($ 410, nordstrom.com). She says, “This cream does it all! It’s amazing for daytime use. It has sunscreen in it that lasts up to eight hours! This is rare because most moisturizer’s sunscreen lasts up to four hours.” She continued, “This is usually my last step before I put on my makeup–no need for primer. Did I also mention it’s anti-aging? It’s really gentle on my skin and doesn’t feel oily!” One last point: “This is also for all skin types including sensitive and oily.” What makes it worth $ 410, you may ask? The micro-encapsulated filter technology that blocks out 90 percent of UV rays for hours on end as well as the fact that it contains 12–yes, 12–active ingredients that protect and repair skin.

Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment, ($ 69, sephora.com). “I am obsessed with this mud mask–I’ve been using this brand for years. If for a second I feel my face is about to break out I put this on and any blemish is gone and flat the next day. It’s a miracle worker!”

Vintners Daughter Active Botanical Serum ($ 185, vintnersdaughter.com). “This is such a beautiful face oil, I highly recommend it. I’ve been using it for a couple of months and my skin is radiant and softer!” How she applies: “I use it every night before bed and wake up glowing.” Pricey but, she says, “worth every penny!”

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DJ Mustard’s Artist RJ Releases New Video “Get Rich” Ft Choice & Iamsu

LOS ANGELES, JUNE 11, 2015 – RJ has released the music videos for the single “Get Rich Feat. Choice and Iamsu!” and “Really Out Here II” from his latest mixtape “O.M.M.I.O. 2.” The visual for “Get Rich,” which was produced by DJ Swish, takes viewers through the city of Los Angeles, from Fairfax Avenue to the streets of South Central. The video features cameos from Iamsu!, Choice, DJ Carisma, and fellow O.M.M.I.O. artists Splacc, Mike Wayne and Leswood. The track has been put into rotation at Los Angeles radio stations REAL 92.3 and Power 106.

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The Weeknd Becomes First Artist To Hold Top 3 Spots On Hot R&B Songs Chart

(AllHipHop News) R&B sensation The Weeknd’s breakout year continues. The Toronto singer-songwriter has become the first artist to hold the top three spots on Billboard‘s Hot R&B Songs chart.

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The single “Can’t Feel My Face” sits at number one on the tally. “The Hills” jumps from 4-2, and “Earned It” holds at number 3. All three songs are also currently in the Top 20 on the Hot 100 with “Earned It” and “Face” peaking at number three. “The Hills” has risen all the way to #12.

The Weeknd is set to release his second album Beauty Behind the Madness on August 28. “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face” are expected to be on the LP as well as the track “Often.”

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Comic Artist Alex Ross To Create Beatles Paintings

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man – James Joyce

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

James Joyce

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: May 10, 2011

Publisher: Bookbyte Digital

Seller: Somerset Investments, Inc.


In this thinly fictionalized autobiography, James Joyce traces how his upbringing turned him into a writer. He creates an alter ego named Stephen Dedalus, and dives deep within his psyche through his education and transformation from boy into man. Joyce's novella is one of the greatest of the twentieth century, an examination of religion, Irish identity, and the pursuit of beauty. Honest, moving, and inspirational, the story of Dedalus is required reading for anyone who values the role of the artist in culture.

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Artist Melissa McGill’s Constellation Brings the Stars Down to Earth

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On Friday night, I battled the inevitable end-of-week desire to do absolutely nothing, and instead dragged myself through the gauntlet of Grand Central Station with a colleague so that we could board the 5:30 p.m. commuter train to Beacon. In the city, the sky was ominous, toggling between storm clouds and sun, but by the time we emerged from Grand Central’s cell-phone-deadening matrix of tunnels into the calm of Upper Manhattan, the sun was out and our expedition seemed blessed by the weather gods. We were headed upstate to get on a boat that would take us out onto the Hudson so that we could view artist Melissa McGill’s new light installation, Constellation, located on the tiny outcropping of Pollepel Island in the middle of the river.

If you’ve ever joined the hordes of athleisure-clad weekend warriors who stream up to Cold Spring in warm weather for a pre-brunch scramble up Breakneck Ridge, or if you’ve ever just taken the Metro-North up the Hudson, you’ve probably noticed Pollepel Island—though there’s a decent chance you wouldn’t know to call it that. The island sits about 1,000 feet off the shores of Beacon, across the river from Storm King Mountain. Perched on top of it are the ruins of a mysterious castle. As of this past weekend, it also holds seventeen flag poles topped with blue tinted LED bulbs (better for birds), which, every night for the next two years, will flicker on in an animated, organically inspired sequence. As the sun goes down, the poles recede into darkness, and for two hours the lights glow like a low-hanging cluster of stars, dipping in and around the ragged stone walls of the ruined fortress.



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It was speculation about the castle that first kindled McGill’s interest in the site. She’s lived and worked in Beacon for eight years, but a decade ago she was a Greenpoint-based artist who, like the rest of us, occasionally found herself on the Metro-North fantasizing about the wilds of upstate. During those rides, and later, once she moved and regularly rode back into the city, she’d eavesdrop on the conversations around her about the strange castle out the window. “I heard someone say, That’s from the seventeenth century. That it was built by a king. Someone said it was a theater set,” McGill told Vogue.com over the phone. “There’s all sorts of mythology.” When she moved, she asked around the community, and received more unlikely answers. “Most people who live in this area have never been there,” she said. “I’d hear ‘Oh, it’s filled with snakes,’ ‘There’s bats,’ ‘It’s covered in poison ivy.’ All these very dramatic, mysterious stories. And so I thought you couldn’t go there.”

In fact, you can go there, as she eventually discovered. The castle was built at the turn of the 20th century by an army-navy surplus dealer named Francis Bannerman, who purchased the island after concerns about his large stockpiles of explosives forced him to move his operation from Manhattan. On his new land, he built a summer home for his family and a series of turreted arsenals that would serve both as storage and as an ornate advertisement for the used military goods he bought and sold. Bannerman died in 1918, and by 1920 his fantasyland had begun to crumble: first when a gunpowder explosion damaged the arsenals, then when a fire further destroyed the complex in 1969. By then, the Bannerman family had sold the land to New York State, which incorporated it into the Hudson Highlands State Park. Over the years, the parks department has partnered with the Bannerman Castle Trust to clean up leftover explosives, stabilize the structures, restore the gardens originally planted by Bannerman’s wife (not-so-fun fact: Angelika Graswald, the woman who has been charged with killing her fiancé while kayaking on the river this spring, was one of the volunteers who gardens every Wednesday), and, since 2004, lead public historical tours.

For McGill, the island became an impossible-to-ignore art prompt so potent that she’s dedicated the past three years of her life, and independently raised more than half a million dollars, to bring Constellation to fruition. It’s a process that’s involved help from a “galaxy” of people—more than a hundred, she says—including art-world mentors like outgoing Creative Time president (and incoming director of the Brooklyn Museum of Art) Anne Pasternak, Museum of Modern Art director Glenn Lowry, and Polich Tallix owner Dick Polich, whose fine art foundry engineered the highly complex installation. (“On a bedrock island in the Hudson River, with this difficult topography, with a fragile ruin on it that’s a historical landmark,” McGill reminded me.)

It’s been not only a passion project for the artist; it’s been a way of negotiating a still relatively new life upstate. Before her twins, now ten, were born, McGill had five solo shows—in London; Memphis, Tennessee; Columbus, Ohio; Bologna, Italy; and New York City—within the space of a couple years. But then motherhood, as well as the disorientation of moving, sent her into an incubation period. “It took me a little while to get reconnected with my work,” she said. “It wasn’t easy in the beginning.” During that period of relative dormancy, McGill was influenced heavily by two experiences: watching Robert Irwin speak at Parsons, and seeing Tino Sehgal’s 2010 piece, This Progress, at the Guggenheim Museum, in which visitors to the museum were led up the central ramp by guides of ascending ages, while engaging in conversations about the meaning of progress. “I was ripe for some kind of transition and I was really taken by the idea of the experience of the work, perception, the way that a viewer could interact or be part of the work,” said McGill.

In the empty space of the ruined castle, and in the questions that arose surrounding those ruins, McGill found a powerful symbol of absence and presence, a theme that has always fascinated her. The installation’s seventeen points of light hover atop poles of different heights, which reference the original heights of Bannerman’s structure, mapping out the now mostly missing buildings. But they also reference a more profound absence: that of the Lenape tribe of Native Americans who inhabited the area long before Dutch settlers named the island Pollepel. When McGill showed Hadrien Coumans of the Lenape Center her initial renderings, he connected it with his tribe’s legend of Opi Tamakan, a path of stars that links this world to the spirit world. It was perfect kismet. “That was part of my idea already,” explained McGill. “This path of stars that marks a path between past and present, light and darkness, and heaven and earth.”

When we met during Friday’s boat ride, McGill, dressed in black capris, fuchsia Vans, and a boxy white sleeveless shirt, was ebullient, as bubbly as the Prosecco we were served on the short trip out to the island. She has a tendency to grab your shoulder as she talks to you, and it’s clear that her personal warmth must have been instrumental in wrangling the massive amounts of help and support needed to make her complicated public art vision a reality.

Later McGill would try to explain her work to me in terms of the language of finches—the spaces between chirps communicate as much as the chirps themselves, she says—but on the boat, cerebral frameworks paled in comparison to the elemental, almost magical experience of Constellation. As we puttered toward the island, birds dive-bombed through the vacant windows of Bannerman’s façade. The rosy stone of the castle walls glowed against an eclectic green mountain backdrop. The sun lowered in the sky and a Creamsicle sunset formed on the horizon. We weren’t alone: A speedboat parked off the rocky shore of the island, and a group of kayakers (Storm King Adventure Tours leads trips to see the lights) gathered nearby. Even on our boat, populated by a boisterous crowd of journalists just beginning to get tipsy, the anticipation felt palpable.

“How do you feel?” I asked McGill when she wandered by as we circumnavigated the island, waiting for nightfall. “I feel like I can’t believe this happened!” she said, a huge smile on her face. Later on the phone, I posed the question again. “There’s this ancient Arab proverb I’ve been thinking about for a very long time,” she told me. “ ‘Throw your heart out in front of you and run ahead to catch it.’ That’s been the experience. You believe in something, you have an idea. You take the right steps. You talk to all the right people. You do all these tests. But then to see it actually up is . . . thrilling.

Thrilling, indeed. Down river, the yellow lights of West Point gleamed against the dusk, and up river, the lights of Newburgh did the same. But when the first bulb of Constellation, attached to the tallest of the poles, turned on, its light appeared genuinely celestial. The LEDs McGill opted for are directional, so they tend to twinkle, getting brighter when you’re directly in front of them, and flickering lower when you’re not. One by one, the rest of the bulbs ignited, until they were all dancing in concert, like a perfect microcosm of the cosmos.

Practically on cue, a couple of actual stars appeared higher in the mostly cloudy sky, mirroring the woman-made version below, the last in a series of friendly helpers who have blessed McGill’s project. They seemed to be there just to say: See, she kind of got it right.

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This Artist Takes Fashion Illustration To The Streets

There’s no shortage of talented fashion illustrators out there, but not many take their work to the streets like this.

Shamekh AlBluwi, an architect and artist living in Jordan, creates illustrations in a totally new and innovative way by using street scenes to complete them. He cuts out solid sections of sketched clothing, then uses things like buildings, trees and clouds to serve as color and pattern.

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AAlBluwi told The Huffington Post it was a trip to Dubai that inspired the drawings. “I wanted to share my experience while traveling by adding visual elements from the countries I am visiting,” he said.

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Working with scenery he sees day to day, AlBluwi is able to share not only beautiful drawings but a new way of appreciating the beauty of everyday life.

“The inspiration comes to me while driving around town,” he said. “It might be a pattern or the shape and structure of a building. I want people to see their surroundings in a different perspective.”

Head to Al-Bluwi’s Instagram to see more.

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New Artist Reviews: Tetra

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The resurgence of the female voice is creating a shift in the music industry. Inundated by images and sounds of manufactured pop stars, finding genuine talent speaking raw human emotion is giving meaning back to the female voice. Shining brightly amidst the miasma of mainstream is Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Tetra, the emotive queen of electropop.

Studying at the highly acclaimed Berklee College of Music in Boston, Tetra’s vocal abilities are as powerful as they are gossamer, and as commanding as they are empathetic. Her innate talent was manifested long before her time spent at Berklee. She began singing and songwriting at a very young age but it wasn’t until her collaboration with singer, songwriter and producer, Ben Cohen that her true sound came oozing out of her like magma emerging from a dormant volcano. The sound had always been there, it just took the right timing and elements to evoke it.

Her new seven song EP titled Meter is melodic and eloquently produced as well as exquisitely mastered. Anthemic and melancholy at times, her transparent lyrics make this album highly evocative and connective to the listener. Singing candidly about the duality of human emotions has become lost in mainstream pop music. Tetra’s voice, her vocal voice as well as her message, creates a vast, sonic landscape that takes the listener on an emotional and unforgettable journey.

The thumping, mischievous track “Bad Things” opens the album with a sensual allure and velvety vocals that instantly hook the listener. The ethereal tone of “Limbo” shows Tetra’s range both vocally and lyrically. “Got You Alone” shows an edgier, more dark side of Tetra that is both haunting and titillating. “Reason To Breathe” introduces once again the thumping pulse of electronic beats as she confesses her soul’s desires, weaknesses and vulnerabilities.

“Poison” pulls us in with a crescendo, casting the listener into Tetra’s witchy, lyrical spell. Softening up a bit with a chilling piano melody is “Ruby Red Lips,” a mysteriously intriguing track that leaves you wondering of whom these ruby red lips are attached to. Concluding Meter is “The Tunnel,” an eerie and iridescent soundscape created by Tetra’s spellbinding world.

Beautiful, brave, poetic and honest, like a siren who knows not of her alluring gift, Tetra’s EP Meter is explosive. She brings listeners deep into her narrative, taking us on a sonic journey through her psyche. Laying bare her vulnerabilities, strengths, weaknesses and more, the spectrum of human emotion she evokes is vast. Mysterious yet transparent, Tetra allows her listeners to take a subjective approach to her music. What one may hear as a song about heartache another may hear as a song of empowerment. Thus is the universal beauty of music.

Without the need to disguise herself in a grandiose facade, she has made herself even more beautiful than the glitterati of the mainstream music industry. It is easy to be swallowed by sellouts and pop icons, but Tetra has achieved true success through honesty, authenticity, talent and a beauty that is outside of and within her. Tetra is a musical pioneer that is keeping the power of the female voice conscious and awake.

Website: www.officialtetra.com
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New Artist Reviews: Nature Ganganbaigal

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The language of music is one that can be understood universally. Some music even has the power to communicate cosmically, through penetrating frequencies and otherworldy dimensions. Music can act as a conduit to express human emotion in a way that words cannot define. It also has the power to control human emotion with its multitudes of tones and combinations of sounds. In film, music is a highly emotive force that resonates through spectators emotional strings like the plucking of a harp. It can send chills, celebrate triumph, inspire romance, and evoke sadness. What is even more powerful than the music itself is its creator.

Nature Ganganbaigal is a Mongolian music composer and horse-head fiddle player from China who has recently completed his Masters in Music at New York University with a concentration in Scoring for Film and Multimedia. He has received several accolades and is the winner of New York University’s 2014 Film Score Competition. His winning score was performed on Broadway. Becoming a regular in the film festival world, Nature’s cosmic sounds are unique and recognizable. He has even dabbled in the world of video game music composition.

In addition to his masterful composing abilities, Nature is also an accomplished Mongolian horse-head fiddle player, an ancient string instrument that plays the sounds of Mongolian culture. With one foot rooted in his Chinese past and the other sharing these roots with an American audience, Nature is a well-rounded musician who is even the composer and lead singer of Tengger Cavalry, an internationally recognized rock band.

Noisey wrote, “His tightly-held beliefs in Tibetan Buddhism and shamanism provide a deeper source for the positive message behind his music.” His genre-bending Mongolian folktronica paints beautiful images of sweeping landscapes, surreal vistas and moments of triumph. With so many complex layers of sound, Nature’s creations are vast and spellbinding, captivating and magical. Without words, he teaches the listener of an ancient time, rich with color, culture and sensory bliss.

In September of 2014 he released his first solo album titled To Where Tengger Leads Me. All 12 tracks tell a sonic story of heroism, ancient culture, animal spirits, adventure, and the majesty of the Chinese landscape. While each track offers its own musical flavor, “Hymn Of The Earth” spoke to me the strongest both rhythmically, instrumentally and narratively. An evocative song which transports you into his world, I was able to travel without moving, see without looking, and hear without listening. Organic and inorganic simultaneously, his folktronica flows through your mind in pure, liquid sound.

As his bow gallops upon the fiddle, it is easy to hear his film score capabilities. Just listening to his rich compositions sans imagery unfurls an epic film in your mind’s eye. Evoking synesthesia, Nature Ganganbaigal blurs the boundaries of the senses causing the listener to hear color, feel smells, and see sound. He has not only achieved success with To Where Tengger Leads Me, but transcendence into a cosmic frequency of sound. Music that is not solely for entertainment, but for ascension to a higher plane. His spirituality is manifested through his music, a gateway from the earthly to the divine. Nature Ganganbaigal brings his voyagers on a sacred odyssey to discover their sonic bliss.

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Matthew Williamson Teams With Floral Artist Rebecca Louise Law

British designer Matthew Williamson teamed with floral artist Rebecca Louise Law to revamp the courtyard of Blakes Hotel London into the Hendrick’s Horticultural Oasis, open daily from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. through July 14. Inspired by the botanical makeup of Hendrick’s Gin, the space was curated with British roses, juniper berries, peonies, hydrangeas and lavender alongside taxidermy and vintage garden furniture.
“I was given free rein creatively over the space, which is great as I can be true to my own personal design DNA,” Williamson said. “I aimed to create a magical oasis for guests to escape the hustle and bustle of London. I’ve used my Osborne & Little fabrics from the Samana collection, which work so well in the space.” He also collaborated with Rockett St. George to source the furniture, while Law’s display in the glass “birdcage” summer house “transforms the space into a wonderful floral sensory experience.”

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How an Instagram “Like” from Artist Alice Lancaster Inspired Calvin Klein Collection’s 2016 Resort

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Artist Alice Lancaster is no stranger to the fruits of the digital age. Her cult favorite Instagram feed, which exists as an unfiltered gallery of her colorful, Fauvist-skewed paintings and self-portraits of her bowish pout, has earned her 11,000 followers and counting, landing her work with labels which have an equally dedicated following—her leather jacket collaboration with Veda, for one. Most recently her handle @ragingleisure caught the eye of the creative director of Calvin Klein Collection, Francisco Costa, whose resort 2016 show included looks inspired by Lancaster’s art.

The virtual union between Lancaster and Costa stemmed from a simple double-tap that occurred at the right time. “I had been following him [Costa] for a while and there was this moment where he posted an image from a runway show. I posted a bunch of hearts on it,” says Lancaster. “I think at the moment he was on his phone and saw the notification, and he quickly went over to my account and saw my work.”

 

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A few weeks later, after Lancaster received a like from Costa on one of her black-and-white self portraits, as well as a follow-back, came an email request from Costa’s assistant to for a studio visit, and then an invitation to the fall 2015 show. “I was totally satisfied with him following me, and then having the studio visit, it was like it couldn’t get any better,” says Lancaster. “And then to be invited to his show, that had to be the best ever!” After she attended the show, Lancaster sent Costa a thank-you note with a drawing inside. He called back and asked her to make a large-scale drawing inspired by her original artwork, which eventually became the prints that were shown in the resort 2016 show. “When I first saw Alice’s Instagram, I was really inspired by how unapologetic she is about herself and her work. I love how she exudes this modern, erotic femininity in such a graphic way,” says Costa. “My collection this season is all about being bold and sexy, but in more of an urban way and the prints that were inspired by her work really helped this come to life.”

 

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As for the clothes, the white cashmere T-shirt dress and black leather jacket are the perfect canvas for Lancaster’s angular interpretations of the female anatomy. But these looks won’t simply sit on the artist’s Instagram—she’ll be bringing the easel to life in her closet, as translated by Costa’s designs. “I can’t wait to wear the white dress!” says Lancaster. “It is something I would totally wear on its own.”

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Jay Z and Tidal have been a hot topic as of late; Scholito, the artist of former Roc A Fella rapper Freeway, jumps on the “Ignorant Sh*t” beat that Jay and Beanie Sigel once graced, and talks his ish. Check it out below.


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FABRICATIONS: Meet Queer Fashion Designer And Artist Ben Copperwheat

This is the twelfth installment in a miniseries titled “FABRICATIONS” that elevates the work of up-and-coming queer individuals working in the fashion world. Check back at HuffPost Gay Voices regularly to learn more about some of the designers of tomorrow and the way their work in fashion intersects with their queer identity.

Originally hailing from the United Kingdom, Ben Copperwheat is a queer fashion designer and artist living and working in New York City. His clothing is heavily informed by both his background in screen printing and his work throughout a variety of facets of the fashion industry, and his designs have appeared on the likes of Boy George, Liza Minnelli and Pat Cleveland. Read the interview below to learn more.

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The Huffington Post: What has your journey as a queer artist and fashion designer entailed?
Ben Copperwheat: I was born in Luton, England, 30 miles north of London and lived the first 28 years of my life in the United Kingdom. I had an interest in art at a very young age and drew pictures of Disney characters in my childhood and Madonna in my teens while listening to the pop music my mum would play. At 18 I enrolled in the local art college and, with the nurturing of wonderful tutors, I went on to complete a bachelor’s degree in Creative Arts at Bath Spa University. My aspirations led me to London and the Royal College Of Art of which I graduated with an MA in Printed Textiles in 2001. This jumpstarted my career and since then my journey has been a wondrous ride of exploration and growth.

After graduating I taught textiles for fashion at Northumbria University in England. This was great as I enjoy working with students, but it also enabled me to pursue print design projects with a variety of different people and companies. After two years working in London I felt ready for a big change. It doesn’t get much bigger than New York City! I had visited New York twice before and had fallen in love with its fizzy energy and sky-high possibilities. My cousin was already living in NYC, so this made the transition easier.

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Upon arrival in 2003 I applied for jobs, and almost immediately I was offered a position as a print designer at Calvin Klein Jeans. I worked at CKJ for five years and I had a great time. I learned a huge amount about the fashion industry, met some lifelong friends and travelled the world to cities such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, Berlin, Paris, London, Barcelona, Dehli and Jaipur, shopping for inspiration. During my time at CKJ I also designed print collections for Stephen Burrows, Sue Stemp and Peter Som. In 2008 I desired more freedom so I left my job and transitioned to a freelance print designer.

In 2009, in partnership with my cousin Lee Copperwheat, came the formation of the clothing label COPPERWHEAT. We produced five seasons for New York Fashion Week in a variety of venues including Soho Grand Hotel, the Maritime Hotel and Cappellini store in SoHo. This was a huge learning curve, a tumultuous ride, the outcome of which was some beautifully made, very cool clothes. Ultimately, this label and partnership was not meant to be. In 2012 we went our separate ways, at which point I threw my creative energy into what I know best: screen printing. This juncture felt like a new beginning, and came with it a freedom of expression more vibrant and unrestrained than I had previously experienced. With a print area built into my duplex apartment in Bushwick, I went for leather and printed clothing, wallpaper and interior fabrics. I started selling pieces in Patricia Field’s store on the Bowery and producing commissioned outfits for clients.

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Where have your designs appeared?
Through my work with Stephen Burrows, my prints have adorned the bodies of Liza Minnelli, Pat Cleveland, Gail O’Neill, Alva Chinn, Anna Cleveland and Lily Cole. With the label COPPERWHEAT we were featured in Dazed, Surface Magazine, Vogue Italia, Style.com, collaborated with Palladium Boots, Singer Miguel and Bruno Mars. For my own brand, Ben Copperwheat, my prints have been worn by NBA star Russell Westbrook, commissioned for Will Sheridan, Rod Thomas of Bright Light Bright Light and, most recently, I designed the stage outfit for the Boy George/Culture Club reunion tour and merchandise T-Shirts. Boy George debuted this outfit on “American Idol” in March 2015.

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What does it mean to you to be a queer designer? How does your queer identity intersect with your work?
Queer has always been a tough word for me to embrace, as growing up in England I was bullied for my sexuality from as early as I can remember to the age of 8. Queer was one of the words I was called, along with “bent” and “puffter.” I feel, as time goes on, the word “queer” is becoming more of a friend. So, therefore, to be a queer designer, living in New York City is a gift. I feel incredibly grateful to have the freedom to express myself through my clothing, art and interactions in such a vibrant culture — especially when there is so much oppression and suffering throughout the world. I have been openly gay/queer for over 20 years, so my queer identity is without a doubt synonymous with my work. Bright color and graphic pattern are predominant features in my designs, which is not the norm in current fashion and art. I feel “queer” represents that which is not the norm.

Who does Ben Copperwheat design for? Who is your audience and how do your designs cater to them?
I design for anyone who is looking for something different and visually exciting. My designs are a cross between artistic streetwear and high-end fashion. Whomever wears them brings their own personality and dimension to the prints. I have fans and clients of all ages and backgrounds. I wear my designs daily as I find this to be the most comfortable form of self-expression and I am regularly stopped on the street by a cross-section of admirers. I am inspired by the world around me — in particular New York City — and I feel my work reflects this.

Historically the fashion world has been extremely queer friendly — what role do you think the fashion world has played within mainstream acceptance of LGBT identity?
I feel it definitely has played a part in mainstream acceptance, especially Vivienne Westwood, with her embracement of all things queer. Also, other designers in tandem with popular music, specifically artists such as Madonna working with Jean Paul Gaultier, Lady Gaga with Alexander McQueen, Pet Shop Boys with Jeffrey Bryant to name a few. On the other hand, designers such as Dolce & Gabanna and Giorgio Armani are trying to turn the clock back with recent comments. Such is the push and pull nature of progress.

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What does the future hold for Ben Copperwheat?
With 15 years working as a designer and turning 40 this coming September, I feel that I am only just starting to realize my full creative potential. To be an artist/designer is a lifelong vocation, so with, I hope, at least another 40 years left on this planet I have many great things to come. I am currently in a group show curated by my friend Walt Cessna, “#INTERFACE Queer Artists Forming Communities Through Social Media” at the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York. I am also planning work for a solo art show in NYC. I would like to show solo again at NYFW when the time feels right — branch out more into interiors (wallpaper/murals/fabrics). I am turning my apartment into a “museum” of my work, where every surface is printed/painted. Design costume and sets for theater. Get back to painting — I started out as a painter while at art school. Continue to nurture relationships with recording artists and performers and design more stage outfits. My ethos is that prints can be applied to anything. The nature of my work is very versatile, and I intend to continue to evolve in this way.

Want to see more from Ben Copperwheat? Head here to check out the website. Missed the previous installments in this miniseries? Check out the slideshow below.

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Artist Samples Sounds From Classic Disney Movies, Creates Club-Worthy Earworm

YouTube’s Pogo, a.k.a. Nick Bertke, is back with yet another Disney-inspired earworm.

The Australian electronic music artist sampled music and dialogue from classic Disney films like “Pocahontas,” “Cinderella” and “The Little Mermaid” to create a remix fit for a rave.

Pogo is known for using samples from classic movies and TV shows to create trippy dance tunes. Previously, he’s created remixes using snippets from The Muppets, Scooby-Doo, Harry Potter, “Mary Poppins” and even “Pulp Fiction.”

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Performance Artist Mad At Jay Z Over “Picasso Baby” Deal

Marina Abramović, the famed performance artist, is angry at Jay Z, alleging that the Hip-Hop mogul used her for his rap video “Picasso Baby.”

The the Serbian artist said that her appearance was contingent on Jay Z donating to her institute when the song premiered two years ago.

The artist told Spike magazine that she was “pissed” at Jay Z for not giving as he allegedly promised. Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film was partially inspired by Abramović’s 2010 performance The Artist is Present. In the “Picasso Baby” video, Jay Z rapped the song for six hours, whereas Abramović didn’t move for 736 hours at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

“He adapted my work under one condition: That he would help my institute, which he didn’t,” the 68-year-old artist said. “In the end it was only a one-way transaction. I will never do it again.”
She maintains she was “completely used” by Jay Z.

Neither Roc Nation of Jay Z has commented on Abramović’s allegations.

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Iggy Azalea Wins Top Rap Artist At The Billboard Music Awards

Iggy Azalea is officially the No. 1 rapper, at least according to the Billboard Music Awards.

The “Fancy” hit maker won the award for Top Rap Artist on Sunday night, but you probably didn’t know that since her win wasn’t televised during the awards show. Azalea bested 2013 winner Nicki Minaj, as well as Drake, J. Cole and Rae Sremmurd. Some may be left pondering one question, though: I-G-G-WHY?

Azalea’s win shouldn’t be much of a surprise, since she made Billboard history last year as the female rapper with the longest run on the Hot 100 chart. The rapper’s hit “Fancy” with Charlie XCX spent seven consecutive weeks at No. 1 and was named Billboard’s Song of the Summer last year.

In addition to “Fancy,” Azalea’s “Problem” featuring Ariana Grande became the rapper’s second biggest single in the U.S. and remained in the top 10 of the Hot 100 for sixteen weeks. When “Problem” peaked at the No. 2 spot, Azalea made even more history, matching with The Beatles as the second act ever to appear in the top two spots of the Hot 100 with their first two Billboard Hot 100 hits in the U.S. The rapper was also only the third woman to have the top two spots on the chart, alongside Mariah Carey and Ashanti.

This is Azalea’s third Billboard Music Award. She also won Top Rap Song for “Fancy” and Top Streaming Artist. Azalea was also nominated for Top New Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Digital Songs Artist, Top Rap Album for “The New Classic,” Top Hot 100 Song for “Fancy,” Top Streaming Song (Audio) for “Fancy,” the fan-voted Billboard Chart Achievement Award, and again in the Top Rap Song category for “Black Widow.”

Azalea also performed alongside Britney Spears at the award show, belting out their new single “Pretty Girls.”

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Artist Spotlight With Music Producer And Performer MartyParty

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Veteran producer Martin Folb, more famously known as MartyParty, has been traversing sonic landscapes on an endless quest to create what he calls “purple music.” Hailing from South Africa but finding a home in Miami, Florida, MartyParty has lived multiple lives, all of them working together in perfect symbiosis. I had the opportunity to ask Folb a few questions on the birth of trap music, being a software engineer in the Silicon Valley, the politics of South Africa, lifestyle choices, his upcoming album, and even his favorite color and animal (which happen to be red and squirrels).

Still visiting South Africa every so often, his relationship with the country is lifelong as you cannot change where you come from. Folb discussed how South Africa went through a social revolution in the 1980s and on February 2, 1992, voters democratically elected for political reversal. He poignantly explained:

“The ridiculously violent times had finally found balance after a decade of racial, economic and social imbalance. Along with the release of Nelson Mandela, South Africa became a free standing Republic. It has since completely rewritten its constitution. When I left in 1994, South Africa was well on the road to recovery.

It is now a Democracy whereby every citizen is encouraged to vote. At present, South Africans are dealing with an influx of immigrants from other African nations. The change in South Africa and its people could teach the rest of the world a lesson in anti-discrimination. Ironically, I am now an American citizen. However, even though it is 2015, I notice similar themes develop and manifest elsewhere in the world. It feels like déjà vu.”

After graduating with a Computer Science degree in South Africa, he was quickly recruited to Silicon Valley and began working with a start up company as a software engineer. He immigrated to San Francisco in 1994 with a brain that was primped and primed for the booming technological era. The tumultuous world of Silicon Valley eventually wore on Folbs’ mind, body, and soul. In 2005, he parted ways with his life as a software engineer, thankful for the knowledge he had gained but ready to begin a new chapter.

In need of some soul cleansing, he left his old life to delve into the beautiful and abundant lands of Costa Rica. It was there, in the enchanting town of Santa Teresa, that MartyParty was born. He fell in love with the art of surfing, patiently disciplining and training his body to coexist with the power of the Pacific Ocean. The riches of Costa Rica radiate with inspiration. Its divine beaches and majestic jungles are conductors of cosmic energy, charging the souls of its land with Pura Vida. Immersed in the peace and simplicity of equatorial life, Folb began experimenting with music production, utilizing his finely tuned expertise in software engineering. “The discipline of software design, coding and general computer knowledge transferred very cleanly into computer music design and coding,” he says. “Luckily I had the talent and musical skills to make my music creative and pleasing.”

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MartyParty’s signature sound flavorfully blends and bends genres such as hip hop, trap, club, dance, bass, and many more. One of the forefather’s of trap music, he began experimenting early on with hip hop beats and instrumentals creating a sound that was truly ahead of its time:

“I learned Ableton Live and started composing hip hop beats and, using melody and syncopation, tried to make the beat stand alone. The result was the MartyParty sound. Basically I sang or rapped with synthesized leads instead of vocals. The result of that first exercise made its way into my first releases as well as PANTyRAiD’s The Sauce, which is arguably the first trap record ever officially released.”

In addition to being an ex-software engineer turned world-famous producer and performer, Folb’s healthy lifestyle is also garnering attention from his followers. While finding healthy food choices on the road can be a challenge, at home, he endeavors to fuel himself with only the best ingredients. Raised in a culture devoid of fast food, processed food, and GMOs, Folb explained, “My diet since I was a child consisted of a garden to plate style of living, which was the norm out on the farm. Today, I am into the joy of health and vitality. It is one of my absolute passions.” His love for cooking and creating healthy recipes inspired a SnapChat tutorial (which now has 700+ followers) where he shares his creative culinary experiences with fans and healthy living enthusiasts. Another shining facet of the multi-faceted gem that is MartyParty.

“I just think cooking and mixing music are the same thing. It’s about experimentation, practice, creativity and avoiding what has been done before. I invent music and I invent recipes. They are both just channels of expression and I am so lucky and grateful to live in a time we can share these moments so easily.”

The term healthy lifestyle holds many meanings depending on the life who is living it. Another part of Folb’s health-conscious lifestyle is the sacrament of the sacred herb. With the Green Rush upon us, cannabis is finally being seen by the masses as a blessing instead of a Schedule 1 drug. As a musician in the electronic music scene, vices are difficult, if not impossible, to avoid. While some can be harmful to the body and psyche, others can enhance it. Finding this balance is often a blurred line between brilliance and darkness. When I asked Folb of his relationship with the seductive powers of substances, he eloquently answered:

“The DJ life is full of vice. Yes, when the moment is right and the people are right, I love a little synthetic therapy. However, I am way more into the joy of health and vitality. It has taken years of discipline and moderation to keep the ship straight but I’m proud to say I have it down.”

Even with so much experience already behind him, he has no intention of slowing down. Like the orbit of the moon, his momentum is steady and concise, powerful and unyielding. He will be releasing his 6th studio concept album titled RAW in June. “Music is a life long voyage of practice and experimentation, finding your sound, training your ears,” states Folb. RAW will be an exemplary manifestation of the spirit and mind of MartyParty. After hours of producing and months of fine-tuning, RAW promises to be a collection of sounds that can only be described as purple music. A specimen of profound capabilities and erudite perspectives, Martin Folb is one of the brightest colors in the human rainbow.

“I am so lucky to be able to translate emotion and thought into sound and have it translate back into emotion and thought for the listener — magic.” – Martin Folb

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First Indian artist at Coachella marks electronica rise

First Indian artist at Coachella marks electronica riseOnce an afterthought for many international artists, India has quickly emerged as a hotbed for electronic dance music — and, in a sign of its growth, the first Indian act has played the influential Coachella festival. If not for DJ Ritesh D'Souza's shout-out to an Indian friend, it is unlikely that most at the show recognized the duo's origin. Bandmate Tara Mae, a classically trained US pianist who met D'Souza while living in Mumbai, said the sound "has futuristic elements. "We became big fish in a small pond, kind of, doing the same clubs with the same people," D'Souza told AFP.



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First Indian artist at Coachella marks electronica rise

First Indian artist at Coachella marks electronica riseOnce an afterthought for many international artists, India has quickly emerged as a hotbed for electronic dance music — and, in a sign of its growth, the first Indian act has played the influential Coachella festival. If not for DJ Ritesh D'Souza's shout-out to an Indian friend, it is unlikely that most at the show recognized the duo's origin. Bandmate Tara Mae, a classically trained US pianist who met D'Souza while living in Mumbai, said the sound "has futuristic elements. "We became big fish in a small pond, kind of, doing the same clubs with the same people," D'Souza told AFP.



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Artist Natalie Sharp Creates Incredible Album Art On Her Face For Record Store Day

Spoiler alert: The best album in this collection is Nirvana’s “Nevermind.”

East London musician and artist Natalie Sharp, 33, painted the covers of different music albums onto her face in honor of last week’s Record Store Day.

Though she originally thought she could accomplish more than 40 albums, she told The Huffington Post she quickly realized how daunting the task was.

“I started off thinking that every time I finished listening to the album I would only play [the album] on repeat for each face and have a glass of bubbly,” but that didn’t fare too well, Sharp said in an email. “By the end of it I was hammered and getting topless in front of a bewildered looking cat.”

The 11 album covers that she did manage to recreate are all pretty beautiful, so we’ll forgive her.

Check out her full collection below, and don’t forget to follow her other art projects.

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First Indian artist at Coachella marks electronica rise

Ritesh D'Souza (L) and Tara Mae, who perform as the electronic duo B.R.E.E.D, pose in front of the Do Lab stage that features rising electronic artists at the Coachella music festival in Indio, California, on April 11, 2015Once an afterthought for many international artists, India has quickly emerged as a hotbed for electronic dance music — and, in a sign of its growth, the first Indian act has played the influential Coachella festival. If not for DJ Ritesh D'Souza's shout-out to an Indian friend, it is unlikely that most at the show recognized the duo's origin. Bandmate Tara Mae, a classically trained US pianist who met D'Souza while living in Mumbai, said the sound "has futuristic elements. "We became big fish in a small pond, kind of, doing the same clubs with the same people," D'Souza told AFP.



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Taylor Swift wins artist of the year at iHeartRadio Awards

The iHeartRadio Music Awards should be called the iHeartTaylorSwift Awards. The pop singer cleaned house at the show Sunday, winning artist of the year and song of the year for "Shake It Off," and even assisted Madonna by strumming her guitar onstage while the pop icon sang a new song. "More than anything in the world, I just hope that any of the fans watching know how much I adore you … we've gotten closer and closer with each year, not further …
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Taylor Swift Wins Artist Of The Year At IHeartRadio Awards

The iHeartRadio Music Awards should be called the iHeartTaylorSwift Awards.

The pop singer cleaned house at the show Sunday, winning artist of the year and song of the year for “Shake It Off,” and even assisted Madonna by strumming her guitar onstage while the pop icon sang a new song. “More than anything in the world, I just hope that any of the fans watching know how much I adore you … we’ve gotten closer and closer with each year, not further apart,” a glossy-eyed Swift said at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. “Like, you make me so happy.”

The pop star also won best lyrics for her other hit song, “Blank Space.”

Madonna, whose recent awards show performances were energetic and upbeat, toned it down when singing “Rebel Heart” while Swift played guitar next to her.

“My favorite guitar player, yeah!” Madonna said as she presented Swift with song of the year.

The second annual iHeartRadio Music Awards also featured Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown and Iggy Azalea. Guests sat at traditional tables — in the vein of the Golden Globes — instead of typical awards show seats. Chris Brown sat with Ludacris, while Swift’s table included Snoop Dogg, Ryan Seacrest and Timberlake.

The former boy band member, who earned the iHeartRadio Innovator Award for his accomplishments as an entertainer, told the audience that he was called “weird” as a teenager, and offered encouraging words to teens experiencing teasing and bullying.

“Growing up in school, no one ever called me anything close to an innovator, they called me different, they called me weird, they called me a couple of other words I can’t say on TV,” Timberlake said. “So thankfully my mother taught me that being different was a good thing, that being different meant you could actually make a difference, so tonight I want to thank my mom.”

Timberlake, whose wife Jessica Biel is pregnant with their first child, also thanked the actress, who didn’t attend the awards show which aired on NBC.

“Finally, I want to thank my best friend, my favorite collaborator, my wife Jessica,” he said.

Rihanna performed her new single, “B—- Better Have My Money,” for the first time. The b-word wasn’t bleeped throughout the performance, where Rihanna sported a bright green mink with matching knee high boots and sunglasses.

Azalea and Jennifer Hudson kicked off the show with a jail-themed performance: Azalea was dressed as an inmate and Hudson as a police officer as they performed “Trouble” with a set design that included bathroom stalls and a jail cell with laser light bars.

Nick Jonas followed the theme with his arms and neck tied in thick chains, while he sang his latest hit, “Chains,” as dancers wearing black and white stripes danced around him.

Jamie Foxx hosted the fan-voted show and performed a new song with Brown. Foxx also told jokes about celebrities, including Bruce Jenner, Suge Knight and Marvin Gaye.

“Marvin Gaye had an incredible year. Marvin Gaye had the No. 1 song featuring Pharrell and Robin Thicke,” he said. “He’s making beats in heaven. He might be dead, but he ain’t dead broke.”

Meghan Trainor, Florida Georgia Line, Snoop Dogg, Jason Derulo and Kelly Clarkson also performed during the three-hour event.

Jason Aldean, who also hit the stage, won country song of the year for “Burnin’ It Down.”

“I want to thank my new wife Brittany over there,” said Aldean, who got married last week.

Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and Jessie J won best collaboration for “Bang Bang,” Hozier’s “Take Me to Church” won alternative rock song of the year and Calvin Harris’ “Summer” won dance song of the year.

Jeremih and YG won hip-hop/R&B song of the year for “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” beating out Beyonce and Jay Z’s “Drunk In Love.”

“Since I didn’t get my Grammy nomination for best rap album … I’ll roll with this,” rapper YG said.

Azalea and Smith — who won best new artist and accepted in a video message — were the top nominees with five apiece. They — along with Grande and Luke Bryan — lost artist of the year to Swift.

The awards show also featured numerous video packages with musicians talking about their careers, from Minaj to Imagine Dragons.

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ASSEMBLAGE: Meet Queer Artist And Musician NEOCAMP

“ASSEMBLAGE“ is an inquiry into the different ways artists utilize performance and technology to explore and express different notions of identity. An effort to push forward marginalized artists with a focus on people of color, non-western nationalities and those along the queer/trans spectrum, “ASSEMBLAGE” provides a platform for analysis of how art and performance intersect with the lives of these individuals who are visibly and openly existing in the digital age. This is the first installment.

Irish-born artist and musician NEOCAMP has an other-worldly, ethereal aesthetic that gently demands your attention whenever he walks into the room. He has spent the past two years living and working in New York City, having never truly felt like his life had begun until moving there in 2012.

Queer individuals have routinely and historically been oppressed by the social and political climate in Ireland and they largely still experience these realities today. For this reason, NEOCAMP had few outlets to connect with other queer individuals or artists throughout his adolescence, except for one — the Internet.

“Before leaving Ireland I was living purely through my work, which I think is true for a lot of queer artists living in small, repressed countries,” NEOCAMP told The Huffington Post. “In Ireland I completely lived through the Internet. My Internet friends were really the only people in my life that I felt a commonality with in terms of what kind of work I was doing and what I was interested in. Then I came to New York and found an incredible, like-minded community and haven’t really looked back.”

NEOCAMP is a part of a generation of artists who have found the Internet not only formative to their work, but fundamental to notions of queer community-building on a global level. This loose grouping of artists, who are largely stepping into the spotlight at this moment in time, are responsible for an understanding of cultural production that critics describe as Post-Internet. At its foundation, Post-Internet is a term used to talk about work that moves beyond using cyberspace to just create one’s work, but utilizing the tools of the Internet age to provide commentary about other subjects and create tangible work in the real world.

In a similar way to how cultural notions of identity informed and shaped the trajectory of the Internet, the Internet is now informing notions of identity and shaping culture. Creators in specific parts of the world have rapid and instantaneous access to both information and one another. This reality has laid the groundwork for an age of radical agency and self-determination, as well as the ability to craft an idealized version of oneself in an infinite number of ways on the Web. Feeding these ideas back into a real, lived performance framework is at the heart of NEOCAMP.

The name itself — NEOCAMP — references both camp and theatricality. It instantly conjures up and activates the notion that the style and sensibility of camp as a mode of performance informs his work as an artist, as well as signaling his queer identity. He explained to The Huffington Post that NEOCAMP functions as a collation of systems of camp — a way of consuming and performing culture with a sense of irony but also with a sense of sincerity.

“I’m really interested in this idea of traditional camp as being this mode of operation for queer culture as a way of debunking the straight patriarchy,” NEOCAMP elaborated. “There’s a lot of commonalities between traditional camp sensibilities and contemporary web culture — using these ironic tropes as a way to subvert these mainstream systems. Meme culture, in particular, is inextricably linked to this history of camp… there’s so many links for me between these kind of drag sensibilities and queer performance as entertainment and this kind of avatar online experience.”

In this way, NEOCAMP utilizes the tools of the Post-Internet age to inform his work as a performer and musician tangibly in the real world. Performance, to NEOCAMP, is not only a way of exploring identity in the digital age, but a way to creatively articulate what it means to be queer through a framework of camp sensibilities.

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Apart from this, NEOCAMP’s work and performance of camp also serves as a platform for questioning — a questioning of what an imagined, idealized future could look like for queer people. The tropes of ironic “selfie-dom” and “avatar as god” that are prevalent throughout his work play on, what he views as, prevalent narcissism and self-involvement, not just within the queer community but as a larger social observation informed by the rise of technology.

“For queer performers, it’s often been this kind of play on narcissism and identity that’s such a huge topic for queers,” he elaborated. “I do feel like there’s some sort of power play or an attempt to create this kind of perfected self as a kind of an armor, but also as a futuristic ideal or trying to create a vision of what is possible… I’ve become really interested in trying to play my work into this kind of expected pop language and make it digestible whilst all the while trying to propose a somewhat avant-garde idea of what it is to be a person.”

But what about the role of queer performers in the trajectory of the mainstream lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) movement? NEOCAMP doesn’t think that, as a culture, we are anywhere near a nuanced or liberating understanding of queerness.

“I feel like people are willing to tolerate queers but they’re not willing to buy into them. They’re still seen as ‘other’ and I feel like we’re far away from mainstream audiences being ready to try to understand and identify with queer performers, artists and musicians across the board… That is part of the much larger battle that we’re facing now.”

NEOCAMP is currently working on an album, “wavewave,” with an expected release date at some point this year. Head here to visit his Instagram or here for his Twitter. Check HuffPost Gay Voices next weekend for the second installment in “ASSEMBLAGE” and a continued analysis of the intersections of art, performance, queerness, identity and technology.
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Makeup Artist Pat McGrath’s Insta-Beauty Diary: A Look Back at the Fall 2015 Shows

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“The return of makeup, from zero to full throttle,” is how backstage whiz Pat McGrath described the message of the fall 2015 collections in New York City, Milan, and Paris. “Things ranged from pure untouched skin to the bravest, most individualistic interpretation of beauty you can imagine.” For McGrath, who documented each look on her Instagram account (@patmcgrathreal) for her legions of faithful fans, that meant conjuring anything from tough-edged kohl eyes (Louis Vuitton) and pristine complexions (Valentino) to stained red lips (Bottega Veneta) and dramatically painted faces (Maison Margiela). Through it all, she says, there was one common theme of the season: “It was about character, bringing the face to life, capturing the personality of the girl.”

For many, the exquisite facial jewelry McGrath created for designer Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy—eyelashes dropping with pearls, suspended ruby teardrops, and glittering septum rings—crystallized the concept, becoming a runway highlight of the season. Although, according to McGrath, one backstage moment also ranked high on her list: the selfie she snapped with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson backstage at Valentino, where the actors made their much-documented Zoolander cameo. Here, a look back at her best Fashion Week beauty moments, which promise to offer fresh makeup inspiration as soon as this weekend.

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Paolo Ballesteros, a 32-year-old Filipino actor, model and makeup artist, wowed the Internet last year with his jaw-dropping ability to transform himself into seemingly any female celebrity under the sun — with little more than some deftly-applied makeup.

Ballesteros is making waves yet again this month with several new transformations. He made himself up as Kylie Jenner and as the newly-blond Kim Kardashian, as well as Dakota Johnson, the star of “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

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Ballesteros, host of the Filipino variety show “Eat Bulaga,” told The Huffington Post in an email Tuesday that he started experimenting with celebrity makeup transformations after watching tutorials on YouTube. He made a few attempts, he said, and was “surprised” at how quickly he took to it.

Over the past few months, Ballesteros has transformed himself into several female celebrities. They include Cate Blanchett…

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Ballesteros told HuffPost that the hardest part of his metamorphoses is getting the nose just right.

“My nose is smaller and shorter [than most celebrities],” he said. “It took me a while to figure out how to do it. By drawing new nostrils, it made my nose more pointy or bigger.”

For see more of Ballesteros’ celebrity makeup transformations, visit his Instagram page.

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Don Covay, Influential R&B Artist and Songwriter, Dead at 76

Don Covay, an R&B singer and songwriter who wrote songs that would be covered by the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Little Richard and others, has died. His daughter, Ursula, confirmed the singer’s death. He was 76.

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The Fresh Prints of M.Patmos: The Designer Launches a Capsule Collection with Artist Ryan McGinness

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At first glance, it might seem a case of opposites attracting. There’s Marcia Patmos, the designer behind M.Patmos, the line of luxe knits and sleek, modern pieces who’s constantly updating her definition of minimalist cool each season with new textiles and motifs. It’s that continued focus on innovation and technique that’s earned her recognition like the Ecco Domani award and, most recently, the International Woolmark Prize. Then there’s Ryan McGinness, the skater turned fine artist whose paintings and installations incorporate public signage, graphically rendered text, and iconography, bringing corporate logos and symbols into a museum context.

But a mutual friend sensed that the work of the designer and artist would indeed have quite a lot to talk about, and the result of that conversation plays out in a M.Patmos x Ryan McGinness spring 2015 capsule collection, a fresh offering of limited-edition pieces that merge bold, graphic-centric prints with refined silhouettes. They’re part of her spring collection, which lands in stores soon, including, this time around, the museum shops of the Cooper-Hewitt and the Whitney, whose new building Patmos has been watching go up from her studio near the High Line.

“Our friend thought—and it was true!—that Ryan’s work would translate well to textiles and fashion,” Patmos says over tea and the indie pop rock of the Vaselines and the Psychedelic Furs playing in the background at a Fort Greene coffee shop. “I went to his studio and it was so inspiring, we talked about techniques we wanted to try, we found we had a lot in common. He liked the idea that so much of my stuff is menswear-influenced, because, of course, he wanted to be able to wear the clothes himself. So we shifted toward the idea of the clothes being unisex and reconfigured things a bit.” She pulls out a T-shirt meant for any gender—printed in 3M reflective ink, with four gray lines shooting across the surface into a spray of leaves and flora, like an intersection of masculine and feminine—“It glows in the dark!” Patmos points out. And you can imagine the squiggle-print-on-print pattern of a gray, black, and white sweatshirt-sweater landing in her closet just as easily as his: These are eminently borrowable pieces.



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Well, except, perhaps for the reversible scuba dress, whose flattering cut alas makes it too form-fitting for even the most fluid-minded wearers to share, but whose multiple-screen print shows up just as beautifully when worn inside out. The traveler ethos that runs through M.Patmos’s collections means clothes that are intended to be styled in numerous ways. “We wanted to keep the body very lean, to sort of temper the boldness of the pattern,” Patmos says.

This is her inner minimalist talking, of course: Even when she’s pairing up with master artisans like the Nepalese group she works with each season, or the Tibetan nomads she’s collaborating with on a yak-fiber coat for fall, Patmos’s instinct is to keep things looking modern, never “too crafty.” “I love superbeautiful plain art,” she says. “My husband and I went to Dia: Beacon yesterday, and that place is always just heaven to me, so simple and calm and usually not that colorful. But I’m also attracted to things that are a mix.”

So working with McGinness proved to be both “a lot of fun and very organic” and also completely surprising at times. Like when the artist opted for the bright edging on the pashmina they made together, in cooperation with a group of Nepalese artisans Patmos works with every season. The bulk of the pashmina is covered with McGinness’s cartoon thought bubbles exploding across the surface, which feel pop and classic (“they could almost be paisley!”) all at once. “So much of his own palette is very rigid, very black and gray, so it was really interesting to see the colors he picked,” Patmos says. And when she unfolds the blanket-size scarf in the midst of a wintry coffee-shop scene of rain-spattered windows, silver laptops, and drab parkas flung over the backs of chairs, the optic effect of the black-and-white print and the shades of cherry-blossom pink and citrus instantly catch the eyes of more than a few eavesdroppers in the room, eager for welcome signs of spring.

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Artist Christine H McConnell has managed to revive 200 years of family history, paying tribute to the women who came before her with just a touch of photoshop magic. And it all started with a red dress.

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Left: McConnell’s mother, Kathryn (born 1957). Right: McConnell, wearing the same red dress two and a half decades later.

The story goes: McConnell’s mother, Kathryn, waited 25 years to gift her daughter the red dress pictured above. McConnell’s father had purchased the piece of clothing as a small gesture following the death of Kathryn’s own mother. Kathryn was photographed wearing the “extravagant” outfit when she was just 32 years old. When McConnell finally inherited the bit of family memorabilia, an idea was born. Why not recreate the photo she had loved since childhood by slipping into the garment and posing just like her mother?

Recreate it she did, and the homage didn’t end there. The artist decided to go back in time a few more generations, all the way back to her great-great-great-grandmother, Martha, born in 1821. Like she did for her mother, McConnell dons clothing and hairstyles similar to her relatives up to five generations ago, mimicking the postures and expressions they flashed before the camera centuries before her.

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Martha, great-great-great-grandmother (born 1821).

“Many of these images had been hanging in the house as long as I’ve been around and I only had a vague understanding of who there were,” McConnell recalled in an email to The Huffington Post. “After sifting through old scrap books and documents my mother had, I began to get a better sense of who they were. The oldest image is of my great-great-great grandmother Martha who was born in Allen, Kentucky in 1821. It’s very possible her parents were among the first settlers in that area.”

After recreating the portraits of her great-great-grandmother, great-grandmother and grandmother too, McConnell added a photograph of herself and a cheeky image of her future daughter. For the latter, she used a stock photo of a horse. Why? “It’s a joke on the fact that I have a horse-like face. Which I should mention I don’t take as an insult… horses are very pretty.”

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Jane, great-great-grandmother (born 1858).

The results are gorgeously photoshopped portraits that mine one woman’s family tree.

“I would say my biggest takeaway from this project is how I can see different features of my face in each of the women shown, eyebrows here, a smile there,” she concluded. “It’s shown me how strange genetics are and how lucky I am to be here at all. So many people and so many choices had to come about and even the slightest change would have meant me never existing. I find that fascinating.”

You can see more of McConnell’s work on Instagram and check out the rest of the series below.

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Attie Mae, great-grandmother (born 1898)

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Mildred, grandmother (born 1928)

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Christine, artist (born 1981)

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Trigger, daughter (born TBD)

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