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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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The incredible wood masks of A.J. Fosik

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Saturday 10 September 2011

At first glance, A.J. Fosik’s animal head sculptures look as if they were made of simple paper, when in actuality each is made of wood, carved and colored in vibrant shades of green, blue, red and pinks. Each has its own energy, power and intricacies that envelope and hypnotize the viewer.

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Russian fashion photographer Ira Bordo

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By Pamela Thompson in New Photography on Thursday 18 August 2011

When you think of Moscow, playful and fantastic does not usually come to mind. Ira Bordo has changed that. Her fashion photography is truly unique in its creation of a fantastic playground of bold impactful imagery, misty movement and dramatic lighting that is a marvel to behold.

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Incredible Paper Sculptures by Jeff Nishinaka

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Thursday 18 August 2011

If there was a pageant for paper sculptors, Jeff Nishinaka, a native of Los Angeles, would win top prize. His work is breathtaking in its cleanliness, complexity, and kinetic movement.

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The next great fashion designer? Try Iris Van Herpen

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By Pamela Thompson in New Fashion on Wednesday 17 August 2011

Iris Van Herpen, at only 27, is set to become the next promise of greatness in the fashion world. Her work is methodical, technological and spectacular, a mesh of both architecture and new media, and are each a work of art. Her newest collection entitled Capriole recently showed at the Fall-Winter 2011/12 Paris Couture shows.

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Architectural cardboard structures by Ana Serrano

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Wednesday 17 August 2011

Ana Serrano, a first generation Mexican-American artist, is known for her cardboard depictions of architecture. Her inspiration for these brightly-colored, hand-decorated structures come from her observations of Los Angeles’ diverse neighborhoods and travel to Mexico, Brazil and Italy.

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Giant wind chime controlled by people crossing bridge

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By Pamela Thompson in New Art on Wednesday 17 August 2011

UK artist Mark Nixon’s installation entitled Chimecco is a sight to be seen and heard. Varying lengths of 600 aluminum pipes have been installed under a bridge to create a larger than life wind chime controlled by the people crossing it and the will of nature’s wind.

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Astonishing Beautiful Montage video by Takeshi Hanzawa

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By Pamela Thompson in Video on Wednesday 17 August 2011

This haunting Beautiful Montage video from Takeshi Hanzawa for Rich Magazine engages your senses in a 21 second world of makeup morphing that pierces your ears and makes your eyes water for more.

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An online boutique for Barbie doll clothing

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By Pamela Thompson in Cool Websites on Wednesday 17 August 2011

I have always been a Barbie doll fan. Her clothing and accessories represent over 50 years of style and culture. Tiny Frock Shop not only offers resale Barbie items for purchase, but exhibits a stunning account of fashion through the years. Its items are presented as Vogue-worthy imagery but sold at milk-money prices.

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