What Are You Wearing to Thanksgiving?

Zebra Textured Sweater

Because it’s only two weeks from yesterday if you live in the States and will be celebrating. Thanksgiving legitimately snuck up on me this year, which is unfortunate since it’s the holiday I host. I have no clue what I’ll be wearing either – most likely something from my closet that I add to. Maybe that’s your plan as well? A roomy shirt or sweater so you don’t have to suck it in, or a sweet dress that will transition well to all of those holiday parties next month, or just adding a great piece of jewelry to an outfit you already own to mix things up. All fine plans of action.

 

Addie Blouse (more colors available) // Allegory Textured Jumpsuit

 

Blouse with Ties // Calistoga Tunic Dress

 

Cleat Necklace // Cut Out Top with Ruched Shoulder Detail

 

Dahlia Wrap Dress // Denim Shirt Dress

 

Funnel Neck Sweater // Gabrielle Linen Midi Wrap Dress

 

Gracie Embroidered Peasant Dress // Hand Earrings

 

High Waisted Mini Check Culottes // Turtleneck Sweater Dress (other colors available)

 

Long Open Front Cardi // Long Sleeve Belted Sweater Dress

 

Short Shirred Sleeve Dress // Striped Square Neck Blouse

 

Tailored Wool A-Line Dress // Wrap Top

 

Midi Sweater-Dress // Sculpted Button Back Dress

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Ewa Juszkiewicz

 

Ewa Juszkiewicz’s art lives in the space between creation and destruction. Her inspiration is drawn from female portraiture originally created between the Renaissance and the 19th century. Juszkiewicz transforms, fragments, or changes the context within these familiar portraits of the wives, mothers, and daughters of influential men. By destroying and recreating, Juszkiewicz deprives the women of their faces – essentially taking away their existence.

 

 

 

 

 

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16 Cozy Throws

Clockwise from top left: Amarante Throw // Amped Fleece Throw Blanket // Covelo Chunky Throw Blanket // Coral Herringbone Oversized Throw

 

Clockwise from top left: Chunky Knit Throw // Geo Tufted Tassel Throw Blanket // Harbor Cotton Mauve Throw Blanket // Midnight Graphic Throw

 

Clockwise from top left: Grey Herringbone Pattern Fringe Throw Blanket // Luxe Chenille Throw // Raised-Design Pleated Blanket // Overlook Throw

 

Clockwise from top left: Soft Throw // Solid Basketweave Throw // Waffled Throw // Sweater Knit Blanket

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Adela Andea

 

Romanian-born, Texas-dwelling artist Adela Andea creates full-sensory experiences through her light installations. She considers all aspects of the space as well as the level of audience participation and expands each piece accordingly, attempting to destroy the line between reality and virtual reality in the process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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U.S.A. Song Map

 

Now this is fun – the U.S.A. Song Map is a vintage looking map of the country created entirely out of over 1,000 song titles! The titles reference states, cities, rivers, mountains, and landmarks and include classics like Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Empire State of Mind (Jay-Z and Alicia Keys) to more obscure references that really make you think. The 4-color litho is printed on 120gsm uncoated art paper, measures 80cm x 60cm and features an A-Z key.

PS: There’s a 900+ song Spotify playlist that accompanies it!

 

 

 

via Cool Hunting

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Mark Wagner

 

It seems especially appropriate to share the work of Mark Wagner today of all days, mid-term Election Day here in the United States. Wagner uses deconstructed US dollars to create intricately designed collages that open up a dialogue about the nature of money, man’s obsession with wealth, and our attempts to harness finances through economics.

Wagner destroys thousands of bills yearly to create works which pointedly and playfully explore the intersection of wealth, power, value, and American identity. Wagner’s audacious (and unlawful) destruction of this revered icon of American commerce is checked only by his virtuoso material manipulation, which renders what you will… portraits, plant life, fantastical beasts, or allegorical scenes recasting George Washington in every roll.

Shop Mark Wagner’s work

 

 

 

 

 

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El Mac

 

Los Angeles-based Miles McGregor – aka El Mac – is a very talented guy and I’m blown away by his outdoor aerosol murals that have been commissioned around the world.

He began painting both smaller indoor works as well as public murals and graffiti in the mid ’90s, and since that time has developed his unique visual aesthetic and rendering style which utilizes repeating contour patterns. His work draws on influences from classical European art, social realism, symbolism and devotional art, as well as the Chicano and Mexican culture he grew up around. He is best known for his meticulous paintings and large-scale murals exploring feminine beauty and honoring ordinary, overlooked, or marginalized people.

Shop El Mac’s work

 

 

 

 

 

“Abuelita of Presidio”- EL MAC mural on the US-México border

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Katie McCann

 

Katie McCann‘s intricately cut and pieced together collages appear to be antique, vintage, and forgotten though they’re far from it. The creatures she creates are from a childhood world of faeries, witches, science fiction, and botany living in their own unique habitat. I’d rather like to have a conversation with each of them.

Shop Katie McCann’s work

 

 

 

 

 

 

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