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Gerrad
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Thank you for checking out my author page:) I'm on the West coast, currently in the Bay Area, originally from Montana. I joined AT in January of '09 because I love to write and I love art. A grand combination:) When I'm not writing about art, I like to try to create it. I started out in community theatre, back home, and now I act in films as well as in theatre houses in the Bay. Acting led to singing, and singing led to piano playing, which is all now leading into the idea of making my own music. I started modeling three years ago and am now working as a swimsuit and underwear model. Aside from those fun things, I enjoy dancing ballet, jazz, tap, modern, and Brazilian Samba, snow skiing, acrobatics, motorcycle riding, rock climbing, camping, wake boarding, horseback riding, cooking, anthropology, watercolors, yoga, swimming, and road trips. I hope that AT has enlightened you as much as it has me. I never thought I would see such amazing things, I feel so fortunate. There's an endlessness to creativity and imagination in this world, and I am continually inspired.

One Billion Dollars

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SomewhereBlue
January 21st, 2009

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Ever wondered what One Billion Dollars looks like?  Artist Art Marcovici has provided a visual for you. He stacked 10 Million 100 US Dollar notes on these wood pallets.  This piece of art is not just to look at, says the artist.  He wants the viewer to ponder what could or couldn’t be done with the fortune.  He boasts it as the ‘most expensive piece of art ever made’ .  He has another piece of pallet art, titled ‘Time Sand’ that’s pretty cool, and I’m sure not nearly as expensive.

Thomas Forsyth

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SomewhereBlue
January 21st, 2009

The video above demonstrates a drawing top that Thomas Forsyth designed.  He’s based in Brighton, England and says he’s inspired by secret compartments, the color red, human thought processes, fairytales, and grey areas.  I like how playful he is,  he has many other designs on his website, and it looks like adults and kids love his work. These tops are for sale on Etsy. I took a gander and they appear to have  just sold out a couple days ago, but I’m sure they’ll be getting more in, and if you can’t get them on Etsy, you can contact him by clicking here.


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Jansson Stegner

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SomewhereBlue
January 19th, 2009

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Jansson Stegner uses oil on canvas and classic technique to create these moody and humorous paintings. He’s taken a symbol of power, authority, and masculinity and has totally softened, relaxed, and feminized the posing and expression.  It’s like Vogue magazine recruited skinny cops for a ‘lifestyle’ shoot and said ‘Okay bitches, strike a pose!’  You can read more about Jansson Stegner’s bio here.

Tom Ford Spring Summer 2009

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SomewhereBlue
January 19th, 2009

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These sassy little numbers are the latest release for Tom Fords Spring/Summer ’09 collection.  I love these designs, he’s made pastels sexy!! Not an easy task.  But he accomplishes it with the precision tailoring, combined with picnic pattern woven shirts, accented with loud wide-breasted ties or scarves, a high, breezy pant cuff, shoes without socks, and sweet sun shades.  Winter wardrobe has always been my favorite when it comes to fantastic functional wear, but I’m having second thoughts after seeing these designs. Clearly the ten years he spent designing for Gucci, and the four years for Yves Saint Laurent, have paid off.

The Vertu Boucheron 150

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SomewhereBlue
January 14th, 2009

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Vertu, one of the worlds finest mobile phone producers, if not the finest, has teamed up with French jeweler, The House of Boucheron, to create a very unique cell phone.   The Vertu Boucheron 150.  It was a collaborative effort to celebrate the jewelers 150th anniversary.  It’s crafted from solid gold and, rumor has it, took 1,000 hours to cut to shape, 700 hours to polish, and 500 hours to construct.  The exact sticker value was hard to find but estimates released projected the $30,000 range.  Not too bad for something that looks like it was thrown into a garbage disposal.  So why did Boucheron randomly decide Vertu was a perfect match to work with?  Well, they have a history of making extravagant, over-the-top, out-of-the-ordinary, phone-jewelry hybrids.  The other image you see below is the Vertu phone with Boucheron’s detachable pendant accessories. Visit The House of Boucheron for more images and info on the other bling-bling mobile devices they sell. Median price for these diamond soaked bitches- $350,000.  Hell, I’d by one if I had that kind of change laying around.

LG GD910 WATCH PHONE with HSDPA Capability

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SomewhereBlue
January 13th, 2009

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LG Electronics announces its first touch watch phone ever.  This little beauty is not only chic and stylish, but also takes all the practical and fun components of todays mobile phones and downsizes it.  Awesome features include: Touchscreen interface, 7.2 Mbps 3G HSDPA compatibility allowing high speed data transmission and video phone calls, Text to Speech(TTS), so it can read out text messages, it plays back music files, and fits comfortably with a lightweight and durable 13.9mm thick metal frame and a curved tempered glass face.  The size may not be ideal for those highly dependent on internet use via their phones, but to those size-queens out there who can’t stand bulky phones in their pockets, this little guy is perfect.

Mark Fast

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SomewhereBlue
January 10th, 2009

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I love Canadians. I am always impressed with an artist that comes from a Canadian womb.  Mark Fast is a 27 year old Canada native clothing designer. His designs  are particularly unique because he specializes in knitwear. He not only specializes in it, he has redefined it, creating amazing stitching techniques.  The garments are knit by hand using a domestic knitting machine and formed onto the body as they are knit.  In these samples of his work you can see the detailing is out of this world, and the visible nipples aren’t that bad either.  All of the designs are fresh and breezy, great for a yacht or swanky pool party. Some of them more contemporary in their patterns and others more classically inspired.  The models wearing the knits are clearly perfect for the designs. However, I cringe at the thought of a more rotund woman getting her hands on one of these dresses. Nonetheless, these really are beautiful masterpieces.

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