my heart rate literally shot up when i discovered the visual telling of stories, a seemingly never-ending library of vintage illustrations & design. for a second i had a bit of a gollum moment, imagining myself sitting in the dark scrolling through pages of old drawings muttering about my precious. on the front page chris mullen (the owner of the site) states, “it’s bigger than you could ever think – just explore”. you bet i will, chris. here are a couple of gems for now, but be rest assured that i will be sharing more as i go deeper down the rabbit hole…
if you’re a gym goer, or even if you run outside, you might be interested in this 35 minute interval workout mix i put together – it’s all fun electro and remixes of cheesy pop songs. i’ve done a session on the treadmill with this puppy & it’s super helpful not only for knowing when to push your speed/incline up & down (no more looking at the timer) – but your workout goes by quickly. download it here.
photography by ali bosworth
julianne moore in recreations of famous artworks, from a 2008 harper’s bazaar article
… egon schiele – seated woman with bent knee
… john singer sargent – madame x
explore this ridiculously cool collection of vintage photos right here
william bonnell was born in 1804 in the town of clinton, new jersey. the only records of bonnell’s career as an artist are the approximately twenty paintings that have been discovered to date.
kirsten dunst deserves her own mega post because she has such great style, but for now please appreciate her waltzing around in this miu miu dress