La Citation du Jour
Watch the fashion illustration about fur created by Mimi Berlin, illustrated in a collage style. Made by hand with the pages of a vintagedeluxe Linea Italiana Fashion Magazine from 1980s
Watch HERE what Mimi Berlin also did with the pages from that same magazine. Yes we love to recycle!
Purple Project is an art project, a collaboration between UK based illustrator/artist Petra Lunenburg and designer/photographer Baukje Bies, who is based in The Netherlands.
These two women found each other in the exceptional love they share for the artist formerly known as Prince (may he rest in peace). With this purple royalty in mind they created illustrations, photo’s and digital photo collages: “an ode to the musical legacy and style of the greatest artist of all time in this genre”. The first outing of the Purple Project collaboration is captured in 17 artworks on paper. (as seen above) You can follow the Purple Project on Instagram: @purpleproject_art, to see all the images they created. You can order the set of 17 cards, sized A5, by sending a message to: email@example.com for only €39,99
Today we will share a recipe with you, one that we found on the internet. It is an actual mixer-recipe! And no, we didn’t know such a thing exsisted either. Have a nice day!
(A Black Bunny made with a mixer, a bowl, spatula’s and measuring cups. Made by a-MB-iance @Mimi Berlin )
For this Mixer Recipe you need: 9 large egg whites, room temperature, 1 1/2 cups sugar, 1 1/2 pounds unsweetened butter (6 sticks), softened but still cool. This is what you need to do: Place the egg whites and sugar in large metal mixer bowl set over simmering water. Whisk constantly until the sugar melts and the mixture is very thin and warm. Remove the bowl from the heat and whisk on high speed until stiff peaks form, about 5 minutes. Continue beating on low speed until cool, about 15 more minutes. To finish the cream go to read more at foodnetwork.com
(images via waltdisney.org)
Mary Blair worked at Disney studios for almost 3 decades, starting in the 1940s. Mary Blair was an art director as well as an illustrator. She was credited on the Peter Pan, Cinderella and Alice and Wonderland films as ‘color stylist’ …..but she was obviously so much more.