Australian artist Pip and Pop, aka Tanya Schultz, creates installations and artworks out of candy (sweeties), plastic and all kinds of bits and bobs. Just one look at a piece by her is enough to melt both your eyes and half your nose. It’s worth it though.
Love these new (ish) clothes kittens or hate them, you can’t deny they’ll stick in your mind.
First is Jylle Navarro, somehow bringing punk, zombies and 90s rave to knitwear. This first clip is from Alternative Fashion Week and the beginning features a lot of standing around so you may want to skip on a bit:
This next clip from Brighton Fashion Week is probably the liveliest runway/rave/alien/fashion thing I’ve seen, however I’ve not seen many so let me know of any others:
And lastly here she is being interviewed at the London art cafe and shop for groovy kids Cult Mountain:
Next is the rather cute Wonderland collection from Victoria Bramwell, seen a bit first at London Alternative Fashion Week:
And more fully at The El Rey Theatre. The camera’s vantage point is a little unfortunate, almost looking up the model’s dresses, but at least you can see all the outfits:
Freya Von Bulow makes apocalyptic dresses out of tissue paper! Here’s a short interview with her:
And her show:
Here are some vintage frills and embroidered gas masks by Gemma McDonald:
And lastly here are some angry industrial aliens by Katarzyna Konieczka
Coz us girls get nervous if we stray too far!
Just some quick ones today of pictures that made my eyeballs explode with delight from blog Morfes.
Go to this blog post and have a look at these pretties by Russian artist Tatiana Kazakova.
I love this pencil shaving fashion lady by Matthew Brodie.
I do have a penchant for Georgian excess, photos by Helen Sobiralski.
These digital collages by Catrin Welz Stein are quite pretty.
The 3d art by Andrey Bobir was quite interesting I thought.
Fashion photographer Eugenio Recuenco recreated Picasso’s paintings for a photoshoot.