Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror room is the piece de resistance in her “Every Day I Pray For Love” exhibition.
"It definitely makes a big impact because painting a head is pretty unique and striking," says film and television makeup artist Georgina Ryland.
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
[Photo: Instagram/Artclaytion] When we talk about nail art, we usually mean the intricate little pictures and patterns people paint onto nails themselves. Not these paintings. Chan Clayrene, a visual artist based in Singapore, illustrates her favourite haute couture and fairy tale-like gowns using nail polish. Red Velvet.
Love or loathe her, there’s no denying that Celine Dion has played a major role in the putting Canadian music on the map. In her 48 years on this earth she’s won multiple Grammy awards, two Oscars, topped the Billboard charts more times than we can count, had a running show in Las Vegas and also managed to find time to be a mom to her three kids. And now, she’s starting her own lifestyle brand. The line will include a variety of things including beauty products, clothing, travel products, activewear, and even home furnishings, and will reportedly be modeled after Dion’s values: “family, music, entertainment and style.”So, in honour of her new line, we take a look back at her style evolution – from a innocent 20-something to the beautiful woman she is now.Click through the gallery above to give some well-deserved respect to the national icon that is Celine Dion.
New Zealand artist Benjamin Lloyd updated his Facebook page on Sunday with a short message: “Nothing brings me more joy than boosting a kid’s confidence with a custom tattoo 50 likes and ill [sic] go to starship hospital and tat all the kids up.”Within 10 minutes, Lloyd received his 50 likes and then some. In fact, the post has garnered more than 425,000 likes, with many commenters leaving praise.“Props to you for doing something so wonderful. You will be the light on the kids faces for weeks to come!” wrote Kelli Sweitzer-Hock.“So amazing to see artists like yourself in our city who give back especially to children. Seriously amazing job!” commented Danyelle Gates.To those who expressed concern about the effects of inking young kids, Lloyd assured them that the tiny tats aren’t permanent. He airbrushes the works of art onto his little clients using a custom ink that washes off in the shower, so they get all the coolness without the commitment.While he hasn’t laid out plans with the hospital yet, he hopes to visit some time later this week.Click through the gallery to see his previous designs and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
All images via Instagram/mardeeraquelWill the real Miley Cyrus please stand up? Mardee Shackleford and Miley Cyrus have quite a few things in common. They both live in California, have tongue rings and are vegans. Oh, and they happing to look strikingly similar.ALSO SEE: Leo, is that you? Meet Leonardo DiCaprio’s doppelgängerEven before Shackleford chopped her hair into a platinum pixie cut, she was already being compared to the Disney star. “Several times I have been sitting in traffic and people have slid open the back door of their car and kids will start yelling, ‘Miley,’" she told the Daily Mail. “Sometimes it feels like I am actually famous or a celebrity, just on a really small scale. It’s been really fun for me.”Though Shackleford admits she wasn’t really a fan of Cyrus’s music before, she figured she may as well make the most of the similarity. Her Instagram account is filled with Miley-esque pictures including actual recreations of Miley editorials. She’s even won money entering herself in Miley lookalike contests. Click through the gallery above to marvel at the similarities and tweet us your thoughts at @YahooStyleCA.
Carrah Aldridge, a 20-year-old artist from Ohio, transforms Starbucks cups into beautiful artworks. Using the cups as her canvas, Aldridge covers them in intricate designs that she draws on by hand and then uses them hold pens, pencils or art supplies in her room.