I definitely like Art Deco more than Art Nouveau. It’s more elegant and simple in my opinion. French artist Erte created beautiful works of glamourous, elegant, yet powerful women in this style. With his simple classy form, I get a sense of beauty, empowerment, and also serenity from his work. Plus the colours. The colours are just lovely.
I can’t get enough. The composition, the elegance; the fresh ideas and poses although all vintage. In love!
Rene was a glass designer living in the prime of Paris (1920s). His jewelry is absolutely remarkable.
It’s quite ‘art nouveau’ which isn’t normally a style I’m into (except Alphonse Mucha). I find it very 80’s posh if that makes sense but this is just so beautiful. The attention and passion for detail is something I really miss in today’s style and design. They don’t make ’em like they used to I suppose.
Ahhh. My eyes breathe a sigh of relief knowing that not everyone in the world wears jean shorts.
I’m just going to go ahead and show you the best tattoo ever.
Lately I just want beauty, the euphoric rush of feeling connected to life in a moving but meaningless way.
This is Andrej Pejic, an androgynous male model.
A not quite offensive but maybe to some tribute to native symbolism riding the wave of pretentious death fear. The combination is winning right now.
Native Rock Rebel with Frivolous overtones (stand by). The spirit continues to haunt us.
Images from All Hollow Magazine
I’m seeing the identity crisis humanity seems to be having, reflected in art and fashion lately. Whether intentional or not, as much as we all want to be on display, there is an equal desire to shed our appearances.
Our self image.