The United States Captial Building, skinned in traditional Islamic geometric patterns, by Alina Gallo. I am always impressed when work leverages a high visual impact as an extension of its message rather than as a supplemental device.
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Let me make this clear: it is okay for men to wear brooches. I picked up two very reasonably priced brooches from Oh My Cavalier a few weeks ago and they’ve worked their way into my everyday ensemble. I was worried at first because the word “brooch” doesn not exactly carry a masculine connotation. I’ve come to realize that they’re wonderful, and I’ve since gotten a lot of compliments on them.
In addition to what’s displayed above, I also have a lovely Banjo Bear brooch attached to my winter coat. Serious street cred.
(Did I mention I only wear suits now? Because I do, and it’s fantastic.)
A shitload of awesome, that’s what.
Let me make this clear: at some point, I was a mograph superstar. I knew After Effects like water and I had ideas that people paid me to make real. Then I took a break for a couple of years and… this happened. Advanced Beauty is something people in the industry have been waiting for, a sort of sublime becoming for a stale medium. It is wonderful and invigorating. Unfortunately, it leaves old mographers like me in the dust.