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Lydia Courteille’s 2013 Jewelry Collection Gets The Natalie Shau Treatment

Lydia Courteille’s 2013 Jewelry Collection Gets The Natalie Shau Treatment

One of our favorite artists, Lithuanian illustrator Natalaie Shau re-imagines the Homage to Surrealism collection by Parisian jewelry maker Lydia Courteille for Solitaire Magazine. Natalie depicts the collection’s luscious hues and most intriguing pieces, which seem to be very much inspired by Spanish surrealist painter, Salvador Dalí.

NYC // Harlem’s First Black Comic Book Festival @ The Schomburg | Jan. 12

NYC // Harlem’s First Black Comic Book Festival @ The Schomburg | Jan. 12

On January 12th, Harlem’s Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture will hold the historic neighborhood’s first Black Comic Book Festival. The full day of activities includes a film screening of ‘White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books,’ a pop-up art exhibition in honor of legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby, discussions, workshops and more!

Creative Pick of the Week: DHARBIN’s “Miles By Bicycle” Print

Creative Pick of the Week: DHARBIN’s “Miles By Bicycle” Print

American jazz legend Miles Davis remains the essence of cool, as depicted by cartoonist and freelance illustrator Dustin Harbin aka DHARBIN in “Miles by Bicycle.” A minimalist fine print, the North Carolina-based artist describes the piece as “an icon of American music, culture, and composing, relaxing on a bicycle. The trumpet doubles as air intake for increased cardiovascular efficiency.”