The hardest scene I have ever watched in any movie….
This is my new ad campaign. Wanted to get the message across on a medium that “Everyone” can understand. And DONT TEXT AND DRIVE will be my subject. Final creative will be shot in-car. Trying to get this out there. If you share please give credit
*image subject to copyright, DO NOT USE THIS
Mixology is something I’ve always been interested in. Having never had the chance to research, last night was my first experience in a modern day “speakeasy” in Long Island City
(Dutch kills) and to Alobar for dinner.
I have to tell you, if you haven’t already done so, get yourself out there. I had the best drink I’ve ever had in my life. The Don Lockwood. These mixologists are nothing short of chemists. Dedicating their art to the craft. Im completely sold on the scene and this is something that needs to be experienced for yourself.Alobar is nothing short of perfection. Offering gourmet selection that literally makes you question every meal before it. I had the chance to speak with the owner who offered a glimpse into his vision for his restaurant. Well it shows. It’s a designers dream, literally everywhere you look is something else that has been carefully selected. Try the chicken with grits. And maple bacon popcorn. My god, places like this actually exist.
A couple we know wanted to go out and meet their friends in Long Island city, they were our guides for the evening.
Having young, successful professional gatherings with other couples your age is almost life altering. Not to mention food for the soul. This is the end of a really long couple of years, and I’m just grateful for having known people like this.
Fashion Designer, Salvador, Brazil
Via - Ann Street Studio
A new look @ Fashion / African Inspired
Márcia Ganem clothing & accessories modeled by Macy Nicol of MSA Models / Styling by Kelly Framel / Makeup by David for Stila Cosmetics / Hair by Justin Woods for Kerastase / Photographed at Ann Street Studio on Impossible USA film
The 2014 GRAMMYs went off without a hitch. We laughed, we cryed, we saw a lot of friends we know and love. From the past, and the future. Happy for Daft Punk. They pretty much owned all.
So I found some old stock photos from my external. These are authentic stock images from the 80’s early 90’s decided to have some fun with #design
First snow of the season 2013
Well this just broke me… :(
This past weekend our friends, Matt and Nichole, hosted their first Halloween party in their new home. Ironically, their party fell on the same day as the Mexican Holiday, Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead, to remember friends and family that have past away. It was so much fun to dress up and play around with different styles of face art. I did research online to get an idea of what this transformation would entail! I bought all of my art products from Michaels and some finishing accessories from LoveCulture at the mall. The ensembles were all pieces taken from what we already owned making it a very playful and thrifty costume!
Me and my girl on (Day of the Dead)
For our friends Halloween party. The Pires’
Miley Cyrus @ the VMS’s Sunday. Although we all know why she chose to create this “Image” one cannot stop but think, was it really that bad for America to see her as Hannah Montana?
Was she tormented by the fact that every one saw her as this cute sweetheart southern girl? I’m sorry but I just don’t understand why she would want to completely destroy any image she might have had for…..whatever this is. I honestly feel bad for her father. This guy is trying desperately to stand behind her. Sometimes you just have to let go. And in the end, they will come back with a solid understanding of what values you as parents try to maintain.
What the hell happened?
Also, this proves no matter how hard she tries, she will always be Hannah Montana…
*images are to be given full credit by those protected under copyright, this was only an attempt to illustrate the pure confusion of how this innocent Disney character took a wrong turn down trash town.