Scrangie and Illamasqua have teamed up to do a contest to help promote the Sophie-I line! If, by chance, you don’t know about S.O.P.H.I.E., learn more about about the Sophie Lancaster Foundation here. You really should.
I love this timeline, showing the evolution of Crayola’s crayons from 1903—eight colors, including poop—to 120 colors today. Now, imagine PC graphics running on Crayola’s Law, which states that the number of hues doubles every 28 years… (More at Gizmodo)
this is so much awesome.
I can’t say these paintings didn’t make me smile when I spotted them at the small gallery in Eastwood. Hehe :)