What I love ...
Updated: Feb 21
As a lover of all things designed, I created this space to feature what is living closest to my heart ... at that moment.
What does Roy Lichtenstein and Jack Kerouac have in common?
Not much, but their rise to fame in 1950s and ‘60s never fails to inspire me. They are powerful fashion history icons. Snapshots of their lives and work are forever etched into my heart and mind. Lichtenstein was all about the 'pop'; bold graphics and bright colors. On the other side, you have the Beats. Their approach to fashion birthed the cool: black, dark and elusive. Yet their technicolor prose turned on a generation. Both left an unforgettable mark on art, fashion, and pop culture history.
(L) from the fabulous exhibit in 2017 at Skirball Museum,"Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A". (R) a birthday card that hangs in my office, given to me by a dear friend who gets me.
I love: yellow, 60's pop art and quotes I wish to live my life by.