Double the entendre double the pleasure'. Environmental campaign at Ogilvy Paris under their program: Ogilvy Hope. Designed by Laura Niubo, a Los Angeles based art director and designer working at TBWA/Media Arts Lab, a global advertising agency that creates exclusively for Apple.
Sure, it may be Valentine’s Day but TV’s baddest girls aren’t known for their sweet side. Today, we celebrate our favorite bad ass chicks - from reality divas to the reigning queens of late night soaps, we tip our hats to the fearless ladies who make us want to stand up and cheer.
1. Sue Ellen Ewing
2. Dee Reynolds
3. Lucille Bluth
4. Gemma Teller Morrow
5. Milania Giudice
6. Natalie Nunn
7. Kristin Cavallari
8. Alexis Carrington
10. Ja'mie King
New York-bred artist Tara Conley works with a variety of materials including fiberglass, foam, various metals, glass and plastics. Working full-time now in Texas, her art can be seen in a current exhibit at Laura Rathe Fine Art located in Houston’s Gallery Row. Inspired by text from three growing collections: statements she has heard, donated letters and misread signs. The list of phrases itself has almost doubled in the last three years to over 700.
Presented in moving scrolls: wall mounted cast bronze sculptures which are hand scripted; embroidered pillowcases, etched limestone, printed highball glasses and door mats to name a few. There are also a number of misread signs recreated in a manner which brings out there unexpected humor.
Get inspired! Download this printable freebie for framing or encouragement to tack on to your office wall. Designed by Illinois-based graphic artist Jessica Jones Designs.