If you’re stuck with a celebrity name, you’ll have a heart for this schoolgirl named Beyoncé. She appeared in the popular Humans of New York photo project and talked about what she went through because of her famous name. And then hundreds more people came forward to discuss their celebrity names.
We’ve all seen Beyonce work it in her video Crazy in Love. Those hip swings, that hair flip, that… late-2009 twerking. But someone else is on the block looking to beat the Queen of Funk at her own game: Francis Calma.
We’ve heard of hidden meanings in song lyrics before, but who’d have expected Beyonce to be so passionate about zombie butt-kicking music? ‘Beyonce vs Zombies’ is a Tumblr blog by artist, Ali Graham, wherein she illustrates Queen Bey fighting hordes of the undead, as dictated by her famous song lyrics.
After eight hours of painstaking work, Michelle Wibowo has created the first ever Oreo Pop portrait of Beyonce. In case you aren’t dessert savvy, Oreo Pops are Oreo cookies and Philadelphia cream mixed together to form little packages of perfection.
In the latest Tumblr instalment of whatever-will-they-think-of-next, we’ve spied Beyonce Art History, which mashes up lyrics from the pop diva’s tunes, meme-style, with timeless paintings and artworks from humanity’s illustrious art history. The blog was started by Leigh Silver, an arts and culture intern at Huffington Post. It’s rather clever.
What was she looking at when she made that face? One can only imagine. Or better yet, make a hilarious meme series! After Beyonce’s performance at the Super Bowl Halftime show, a few very unflattering photos surfaced on BuzzFeed. The star’s publicists did the logical thing and asked that the worst one’s be removed. Unfortunately […]
We invited Greg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, who aside from being the DJ of the moment is also the remix whiz behind tracks from Beck, Tokyo Police Club, and Grizzly Bear, to give us a rundown on the songs he’s wearing out right now for our sister site, My Secret Playlist. He started off by […]