Muse-ings: Stained Glass Lightbulbs and Faces on Skirts
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Muse-ings: Stained Glass Lightbulbs and Faces on Skirts

I’m always on the lookout for creative inspiration (see: Tumblr Tuesdays), especially when it comes to things like photography, art direction, graphic design, decor, and of course, fashion. Depending on how I plan to use it, I usually gather this inspiration by way of Tumblr, Pinterest, or…snapping pics on my phone. Bootleg yes, but just as effective! With all this creativitah going around, I figured I’d share:

creative inspiration 1.// It could be revolutionary or it could be a third grade art project, but I think stained glass lightbulbs are a genius idea!

2.// I want faces on my skirt like this model in Vogue Latin America. Bonus points if it’s Dolce.

3.// This is a fantastically innovative way to shoot jewelry (plus a little J.Lo never hurt nobody)

4.// Two-for-one: a coffee table that has it’s own light. Even better, said light looks like one of those annoying underbody lights people put on their Geo Metros in the ‘90s. So fetch.

  • KingUvdaStreet Urban Clothing

    July 12, 2013 at 11:01 am

    Fantastic shot of JLO. She has a great sense of confidence and style. The design on the skirt on the model from Vogue Latin America is very creative. One thing about fashion, There are no limits to creativity.

    • tamia

      July 12, 2013 at 4:43 pm

      Agreed. Always look to the LO!