Many girls dream of being princesses and many also imagine a fairy tale of their face gracing the cover of popular fashion magazines. Young artist, Tumblr user, and admitted Disney fan, Mary (Petite Tiaras) gives us a mashup of the best of both worlds by designing covers for popular fashion magazines, such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Elle, with Disney princesses as cover girls. [Read more...]
Today, as we in the US find ourselves in similar circumstances to the 1930′s Great Depression, thoughts of that bygone era rise again and beg us to look at the problems and solutions of that time. Vanity Fair, a magazine which has done much to comment on the worlds art and culture, did a superb job of illustrating the situation of the day. Such key players as Franklin D. Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover play prominently on the magazines cover, which cleverly commented on the huge issues the nation faced.
Wealth disparity, one of the key factors attributed to the great depression and something the government worked hard to balance, is something the US now faces in an even greater percentage. For an insightful look at the current state of the country and who holds it’s wealth, see the interesting Al Jazeera English documentary ‘Fault Lines: The Top 1%‘. [Read more...]