The Ghosts of World War II's Past

Wow. As someone who adores history's personal side these photoshopped 
photographs by Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov put things into a really 
interesting perspective, and really blew my mind. The combination of old and 
new really allows you to appreciate the shared history of the ground you walk 
on in a whole new way. This collection is titled The Ghosts of World War II's Past
There a 20 photos to view, for all of them visit MyModernMet.


Meant for a Moment's New Website Launch

I am so excited to finally announce the LAUNCH of my Meant for a Moment's new
website. Creating this site has been months in the making. I am thrilled to see it come
to life and to finally be able to announce it to you all. 

Make my day and stop in for a visit.


Illustration Inspiration: Matt Phelan

Matt Phelan ladies and gentlemen. (pause for applause
How could you not adore his loose whimsical style? 
This talented Philadelphia, illustrator/Author, uses a combination of pencil, watercolor 
and ink to capture these budding moments of real (sometimes desperate) emotion, 
(ie; look at that hamster eyeing up that sandwich, I could melt.) I love the loose lines 
and sketchy quality of his work. I also love the way he draws his children. Look at the 
large cheeks and tiny eyes. He manages so much emotion with so little drawn detail. 
Of his many illustrated books some include: The Seven Wonders of Sassafrass Springs 
(his first publication), The New Girl, and The Storm in the Barn (written and illustrated). 

The hugely talented Matt Phelan is surely an inspiration to my illustration. 
Many thanks to him for sharing his work with us. 

To Have and To Hold: by RUCHE

So, Have you seen Ruche's Bridal Line? Do you see that dress up there that is a pure 
white and adorable? It is titled "The Audrey." Whats not to love? I love the old world
look they have to all their styles and those head pieces too! {xox!} Its all very budget 
friendly my friends, so pop on over and check it out. 


Liz Miller's Magic Eye

I ran across Liz Miller's mixed media work last night and I kind of got mesmerized. 
Its kind of like those magic eye puzzles {remember those?} I got lost in them. 
They all grew faces and shapes, and personalities all their own.

Don't you just love the colors? 
Visit her site to see some of her very large, very bold installations. 


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