From the very first episode of the highly stylized AMC drama ‘Mad Men’, fans of the show have been clamoring for a way to incorporate a bit of the early 60’s into their wardrobes.
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As the handsome protagonist of AMC’s hit TV series Mad Men, Don Draper has become a cultural icon of classic American manhood, always being dressed to the nines and knowing exactly what to say. Despite his being a fictional character, the popular men’s interest website AskMen actually named Don the “Most Influential Man in the World” in 2009, beating out tough competition from real people like President Barack Obama and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
As if there isn’t enough food porn on the internet these days, I had to go and tease you with these hyper-realistic food paintings by Mary Ellen Johnson. Yes, if you can actually believe it, these food portraits are paintings!
Imagine if you were to crack open an egg for your delicious breakfast, and you find another egg? Or maybe you whack a shuttlecock too hard, aka. a birdie, and out bursts an egg? These are concepts that can only come from the mind of London-based artist, Nancy Fouts.