More Than A Muse: Zelda Fitzgerald Was The Unsung Hero of Her Husband’s Novels

“She refused to be bored chiefly because she wasn’t boring.” I’ve just completed season 1 of the Amazon Prime Video series Z: The Beginning of Everything. Amongst bringing Zelda Fitzgerald‘s exhilarating foray into high society–on the verge of the Roaring Twenties–to life, focal points over the ten episodes, in which she was portrayed by Christina Ricci, was her tempestuous marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. Playful insouciance that … Continue reading More Than A Muse: Zelda Fitzgerald Was The Unsung Hero of Her Husband’s Novels

The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul

by C.S. Jobson When you think of art, as in paintings, sculptures, and illustrations, from the 1980s, three names come to mind for the general public: Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. Warhol continued to create artwork for clients and celebrities, including the cover of Diana Ross‘ 1982 album Silk Electric but had delved further into becoming a media and TV personality. He headlined two … Continue reading The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul

BUST Magazine’s Brooklyn Craftacular Embodied The DIY, Pro-Women Spirit Of Indie Arts

by Shae BUST Magazine’s Craftacular is an annual (mini) extravaganza that in its breadth showcases the hard work and raw talent of independent artists across illustration, makeup, home decor, baked goods, drinks, clothing, jewelry, and accessories. The fair’s popularity has admirably grown in the last few years. Developed into a respectable haven for discovering former unknowns by critical attendees, it’s, more importantly, a fun space for BUST … Continue reading BUST Magazine’s Brooklyn Craftacular Embodied The DIY, Pro-Women Spirit Of Indie Arts