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If you want to take a wildly emotional visual journey, dive into all things Frida Kahlo on eBay. There’s a wise selection of prints, books, and figurines to keep her explosive heart near you at all times. 
(Graphic/Text: Jauretsi)

If you want to take a wildly emotional visual journey, dive into all things Frida Kahlo on eBay. There’s a wise selection of prints, books, and figurines to keep her explosive heart near you at all times. 

(Graphic/Text: Jauretsi)

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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Lee Oliveira

Want to stay on top of your street style game? Make sure to follow Lee Oliveira on Instagram, someone whose snaps have been deemed worthy enough for the Gray Lady herself, the New York Times. Oliveira’s got a great eye for colors, patterns, and details that pop, like the ones seen above. Click here to follow him.

(Photos courtesy of @leeoliveira via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Josh Goot
Firmly focused on bold colors and strong silhouettes, Sydney-based designer Josh Goot recalls the work of Balenciaga and Christopher Kane — not bad comparisons to earn, really. He has long been on the radar for fashion insiders like blogger Elin Kling and model Miranda Kerr, but isn’t necessarily a household name in the States yet. If you’re having a hard time finding Goot’s wares at the stores back home, there are a handful of his kaleidoscopic-print party dresses on eBay right now. Check it out.  
(Photo courtesy of Vogue Australia. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Josh Goot

Firmly focused on bold colors and strong silhouettes, Sydney-based designer Josh Goot recalls the work of Balenciaga and Christopher Kane — not bad comparisons to earn, really. He has long been on the radar for fashion insiders like blogger Elin Kling and model Miranda Kerr, but isn’t necessarily a household name in the States yet. If you’re having a hard time finding Goot’s wares at the stores back home, there are a handful of his kaleidoscopic-print party dresses on eBay right now. Check it out.  

(Photo courtesy of Vogue Australia. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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“The Smallest Thing Can Make Somebody” by Jenny Holzer, presented at The Armory Show in New York last weekend. If you’d like to collect this incredible artist, check out books and prints by Jenny Holzer on eBay. (Photo: Jauretsi) 

“The Smallest Thing Can Make Somebody” by Jenny Holzer, presented at The Armory Show in New York last weekend. If you’d like to collect this incredible artist, check out books and prints by Jenny Holzer on eBay. (Photo: Jauretsi) 

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Fine Art on a Budget
By Sade Lythcott
Ever go to a gallery and fall in love with a piece of art, dreaming of the day you can afford to take this coveted piece home with you? Don’t worry; it’s possible.
Exhibition A is a website that sells “exclusive editions of artwork by top contemporary artists.” They are “committed to working with exceptional artists — artists whose work is exhibited at well-respected galleries and sought after by serious collectors — to create editions of their work at prices you can afford.”
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For a few hundred dollars, you can buy signed artist prints of work that originally sells for thousands. Exhibition A even gives you the option to stretch some of the prints on canvas. 
The above image is by renowned photographer Jessica Craig Martin, titled “Mondrian Pug.” Exhibition A offers this description of Martin: “What Richard Prince did for re-photography, Jessica Craig Martin continues to do for cropping: namely narrowing the viewer’s focus and reconstituting narratives to go beyond surface reading. Whether she’s shooting Cindy Sherman’s MoMA exhibition for The New Yorker or shooting a croquet story for Opening Ceremony’s annual magazine, Jessica remains at war with the obvious. Her work is in the holdings of The Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum.”
(Photo: Courtesy of Exhibition A)

Fine Art on a Budget

By Sade Lythcott

Ever go to a gallery and fall in love with a piece of art, dreaming of the day you can afford to take this coveted piece home with you? Don’t worry; it’s possible.

Exhibition A is a website that sells “exclusive editions of artwork by top contemporary artists.” They are “committed to working with exceptional artists — artists whose work is exhibited at well-respected galleries and sought after by serious collectors — to create editions of their work at prices you can afford.”

[MORE]

For a few hundred dollars, you can buy signed artist prints of work that originally sells for thousands. Exhibition A even gives you the option to stretch some of the prints on canvas.

The above image is by renowned photographer Jessica Craig Martin, titled “Mondrian Pug.” Exhibition A offers this description of Martin: “What Richard Prince did for re-photography, Jessica Craig Martin continues to do for cropping: namely narrowing the viewer’s focus and reconstituting narratives to go beyond surface reading. Whether she’s shooting Cindy Sherman’s MoMA exhibition for The New Yorker or shooting a croquet story for Opening Ceremony’s annual magazine, Jessica remains at war with the obvious. Her work is in the holdings of The Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum.”

(Photo: Courtesy of Exhibition A)

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Happy Feet

By Jenny Bahn

Fall has started, friends. Leaves are falling and our beach days already seem like distant memories. Winter is next, and soon New York City will be rendered a cold, gray series of streets and buildings. But, just because the weather will be bleak doesn’t mean your feet should suffer. Plan on brightening things up with Strathcona hand-printed stockings. With parrot prints, tropical landscapes, and semi-precious florals, Strathcona is about the cheapest vacation you can hope for come December.

(Photos: Courtesy of Strathcona Stockings and Vicinitybuzz.com)

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Faye Dunaway’s Fashion Film
One of Faye Dunaway’s most interesting roles, Puzzle of a Downfall Child (1970) has been shrouded in obscurity for quite some years. The hard-to-find film follows a supermodel fallen from grace with a nervous breakdown looking back on her life. Only a few YouTube teaser clips live online. The DVD was non-existent until last year, when The Cannes Film Festival re-introduced the newly DCP restored print and honored the film by making the homage Cannes 2011 Official Poster. There’s barely a few DVD’s on eBay, but we noticed an amazing selection of prints and some chic movie posters also. Keep an eye open for this film as it slowly unravels in the United States via art house theaters.  

Faye Dunaway’s Fashion Film

One of Faye Dunaway’s most interesting roles, Puzzle of a Downfall Child (1970) has been shrouded in obscurity for quite some years. The hard-to-find film follows a supermodel fallen from grace with a nervous breakdown looking back on her life. Only a few YouTube teaser clips live online. The DVD was non-existent until last year, when The Cannes Film Festival re-introduced the newly DCP restored print and honored the film by making the homage Cannes 2011 Official Poster. There’s barely a few DVD’s on eBay, but we noticed an amazing selection of prints and some chic movie posters also. Keep an eye open for this film as it slowly unravels in the United States via art house theaters.  

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