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Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: L.A. Book Fair

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We’re not afraid to admit that we spent most of our weekend nose-deep in books. Like, lots and lots of books. We stopped by the second annual L.A. Book Fair at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary campus to scope out some seriously cool art magazines, photography books and, yes, even take a gander at the killer street style. Get inspired by some of our favorite snaps below.

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Monday, January 13, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Doodler Extraordinaire Hattie Stewart

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It’s not often you stumble upon an artist who calls themselves a “professional doodler,” but Hattie Stewart is certainly in a league of her own. The London-based illustrator has T-shirts, shoes, totes, and even dinnerware with her designs on it, but–we have to admit–one of our favorite Hattie creations are her balls-out magazine doodles. Seriously, take a gander at just a few of her trippy cover takeovers, and you’ll never, ever look at Vogue the same again.

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Thursday, December 19, 2013 Artsy Fartsy: Jeanette Hayes

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One look at Jeanette Hayes’ Twitter, and you’ll see that she’s equal parts art historian, digital diva and pop culture critic. The NYC-based artist manages to mix hilarious and highbrow in videos for Proenza Schouler and Alexander Wang, and she’s currently participating in the first-ever Emoji Art Show (which is still open until December 21!). Jeanette was awesome enough to chat with us about her New York life, Paris Hilton’s Instagram and, of course, the internetz. Basically, you’re gonna want to read this.

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013 Artsy Fartsy: Color Me Good

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We really like coloring books—particularly of the hip hop-themed variety. Sometimes, we like to take hip hop coloring books and ask our artist friends to do whatever they want with them. So, we did that, and this is what happened. Shop Ghost EIC Ana Ifould and painter/illustrator Minna Gilligan decked out some illustrations of The Notorious B.I.G. and Missy Elliott with some heavy-handed coloring and collage work, and we couldn’t be more pleased. Consider this our new wall art.

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 Artsy Fartsy: Natology’s Miami Muses

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Sure, everyone loves Art Basel for the obvious reasons (killer exhibitions + parties + beachy weather in December), but Miami also happens to home to some seriously talented (and fashionable!) artists. When expert curator/art blogger Natology (above) headed down to the 305, she discovered that some of her favorite ladies came straight from the streets of Miami. Find out more about her muses below!

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