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Pamela Thompson

Pamela Thompson is a fashion designer and owner of www.tinyfrockshop.com. She gets giddy when organizing her extensive dolly hoard and has a deep love for all things sparkly.

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Itty Bitty Treats by Littlest Sweet Shop

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By Pamela Thompson in New Food and Packaging on Monday 19 May 2014

Enjoying a sweet treat is one of the beautiful things about life, but who needs all the calories? These itty bitty sweets from Littlest Sweet Shop are handmade by artist Nadia Michaux and available exclusively at Tiny Frock Shop online. Made from polymer clay at 1:6 scale, they are painstakingly detailed down to the aerated […]

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Clowns Are People Too: a colourful fashion range from Bas Koster

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By Pamela Thompson in New Fashion on Thursday 10 April 2014

Fashion designer and illustrator, Bas Koster, lives in a world that may seem a bit over the top. It’s filled with neo-club kid fashion, electro punk rock graphics with a side of colourful yet spooky childhood illustration. His latest collection, Clowns Are People Too, is a feast of creepy colourful eye candy that examines the […]

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Madame Peripetie’s otherworldly portraiture photography

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By Pamela Thompson in New Photography on Wednesday 2 April 2014

Madame Peripetie’s photography is remarkably striking with its’ off-kilter yet futuristically clean aesthetic. Her portraiture incorporates performance art, fashion, 3-D makeup techniques and prosthetics that amplify and distort the models look. Peripetie’s subjects pop with color and challenge the viewer with their kinetic and otherworldly slant. Her new book, Dream Sequence, is available now featuring […]

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Illustrations of Girls Gone Bad by Wishcandy

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By Pamela Thompson in New Illustration on Monday 31 March 2014

Sashiko Yuen, aka Wishcandy, creates art that is as sweet as it is fierce. In candy-coated colours, her illustrations are yummy sugary portraits of girls gone bad. Tough in look and subject matter, she sweetens the canvas with her use of poppy pastels and innocent neutrals. Although I would to have her works hanging in […]

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Dreamy yet sinister portraiture by Ruben Ireland

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Monday 6 August 2012

London-based artist Ruben Ireland’s work is emotionally charged through its simplicity of subject, stark color combinations, and dreamy yet sinister portraiture. But, to me, no series stands out in it’s brilliance quite like his Warrior series. Mainly black and white with a pop of color, these pieces burrow into the deepest sectors of your soul.

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Head Vases: pop art portraiture by Lisa Predko

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By Pamela Thompson in New Photography on Saturday 4 August 2012

Chicago photographer Lisa Predko’s work has a vibrant style that is unmistakable. Her series, Head Vases, is simple in its idea but exhibits a new type of pop art portraiture arousing energy and emotion, not only from the subjects themselves, but also in their composition and colouring.

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Cubicle Art by David23

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Friday 3 August 2012

If you have ever worked in a cubicle, you know what a dismal and generic environment it can be. Cubicle Art, a phrase coined by artist David23, is a way to put art where you work–and where you work is where you spend most of your life. David23’s paintings are as endearing as they are accessible. They are small, ready-to-hang, original signed artworks on wooden-framed canvas that add a life to your modular workspace.

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Enchanted Dolls by Marina Bychkova

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Friday 3 August 2012

There is a grace and mystery in Marina Bychkova’s Enchanted Dolls that is truly magical. Each is one-of-a-kind and handmade by Bychkova. These porcelain beauties are the ideal of eternal femininity. They give a sense of emotional and physical fragility, while maintaining a vision of strength and power. Her second edition book, Enchanted Dolls, is set to release this fall in limited edition.

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Stop motion video made from only paper, pen, and ink

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By Pamela Thompson in Video on Friday 3 August 2012

Howard Robot, the man behind the music of My Robot Friend, started experimenting with electronic music in early 2000. Since that time he has become known not only for his fun music, but for his amazing robotic stage performance and genius videos. One of his latest videos for the song Waiting (a version on the […]

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Colourful illustrations by Bianca Green

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By Pamela Thompson in New Illustration on Friday 3 August 2012

Born in Brazil, Bianca Green found her artistic inspiration in South America. Her work is happyand light-hearted, highly detailed, and rich in colour combinations and mixtures of pattern. Look at any of her works and they can’t help but make you smile.

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Stylistic Zombie-themed portraits by Alvaro Tapia

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Friday 3 August 2012

Chilean-born artist Alvaro Tapia’s artwork has a timely appeal in its zombie apocalyptic look. Even the most beautiful of his subjects have a disturbing yet electric look in their eye. His artwork is riveting.

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Illustrations by Italian artist Pierluigi Ricco

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By Pamela Thompson in New Illustration on Friday 3 August 2012

Le Tour De France may be over for 2012, but these charming illustrations by Italian artist Pierluigi Ricco will make you feel as if you are welcome in both the peloton and in the circus. This series of works is fun, fresh and playful, while capturing the true essence of cycling and circus performers.

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The fashion photography of Traver Rains

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By Pamela Thompson in New Photography on Saturday 10 September 2011

Traver Rains is a man of many talents. Among them is a niche of fashion photography that is as rustic in look as it is modern.

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James Mollison’s Where Children Sleep series

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Saturday 10 September 2011

James Mollison is Kenyan born artist who grew up in England. His new work, entitled Where Children Sleep, is an introspective look at the lives and culture of children from around the world as told through a series of portraits of each child and a photograph of their bedroom. The artist says: ‘I found myself thinking about my bedroom, how significant it was during my childhood, and how it reflected what I had and who I was’.

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Lucia Vergara’s Cosmic Ice-Cream jewelry series

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By Pamela Thompson in New Products on Saturday 10 September 2011

Lucia Vergara’s jewelry is super cool but I absolutely flipped for her Cosmic Ice-Creams series. These gorgeous triangular necklaces are bold in shape yet delicate in workmanship and color. The solid pastel pieces are accented with a beautiful array of textures, iridescent colors and glitter. They are suspended by a refined and vintage looking chain […]

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