GaGaLicious Gaga on Pop Art

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ART: Robert Wilson Turns Lady Gaga Into Art at The Louvre

A pop artist as the subject of fine art recreating fine art, which in subject and theory serves as an allegory for the identity of the pop artist. Art and pop happening at the same damn time.  – –

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“I want to have an exhibition at The Louvre with all my fashions and technologies. I´d want it to be like art pieces with explanations and inspirational references. I want to do things that have nothing to do with my own artistic ego.” Lady Gaga (2010) – See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/67985499397/art-robert-wilson-turns-lady-gaga-into-art-at-the#sthash.A8IongGx.dpuf
“I want to have an exhibition at The Louvre with all my fashions and technologies. I´d want it to be like art pieces with explanations and inspirational references. I want to do things that have nothing to do with my own artistic ego.” Lady Gaga (2010) – See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/67985499397/art-robert-wilson-turns-lady-gaga-into-art-at-the#sthash.A8IongGx.dpuf
“I want to have an exhibition at The Louvre with all my fashions and technologies. I´d want it to be like art pieces with explanations and inspirational references. I want to do things that have nothing to do with my own artistic ego.” Lady Gaga (2010) – See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/67985499397/art-robert-wilson-turns-lady-gaga-into-art-at-the#sthash.A8IongGx.dpuf
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This is how it goes: Rob Delaney

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Ah Gaga, Lady Gaga Fame!

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Skeleton Man

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Model Rick Genest (Zombie Boy) Becomes Fashion Sensation

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Rich Genest is ‘ZOMBIE BOY’

Rich Genest, or sometimes better known as ‘The Zombie Boy’, is a twenty-six-year-old from Canada who has challenged the typical ideas of beauty. He got his first tattoo at the age of sixteen and from there on has continued to cover his body with the artwork of Frank Lewis. After leaving school, Genest took to an underground life of ‘tattoos, piercings, music and DIY fashion.’ He was later given the nickname ‘Zombie boy’ by his new family of friends.  At the age of 19, the project for his body commenced with the help of artist Frank Lewis. Now, after six years of tattooing, eighty percent of Genest’s body is covered, having spent over $17,000. The project is not yet finished, Genest will continue until ‘his tapestry is finished.’  Rick Genest embodies the phrase, don’t judge a book by its cover. Whilst there is no doubt that many people find his tattoos repulsive or perhaps insulting, there are others that celebrate the work that Genest has achieved. He has committed himself to an idea that he believes in, which is perhaps something we could all take note of from time to time. His body expresses something completely different to the images we are presented with day to day. Moreover,

Rich Genest, or sometimes better known as ‘The Zombie Boy’, is a twenty-six-year-old from Canada who has challenged the typical ideas of beauty. He got his first tattoo at the age of sixteen and from there on has continued to cover his body with the artwork of Frank Lewis. After leaving school, Genest took to an underground life of ‘tattoos, piercings, music and DIY fashion.’ He was later given the nickname ‘Zombie boy’ by his new family of friends. At the age of 19, the project for his body commenced with the help of artist Frank Lewis. Now, after six years of tattooing, eighty percent of Genest’s body is covered, having spent over $17,000. The project is not yet finished, Genest will continue until ‘his tapestry is finished.’  Rick Genest embodies the phrase, don’t judge a book by its cover.

Rich Modeling shoot

Whilst there is no doubt that many people find his tattoos repulsive or perhaps insulting, there are others that celebrate the work that Genest has achieved. He has committed himself to an idea that he believes in, which is perhaps something we could all take note of from time to time. His body expresses something completely different to the images we are presented with day to day. Moreover, – – read about Rico

Meet Lady Gaga’s Stylist, Nicola

Nicola Formichetti,  born 31 May 1977) is an internationally prolific fashion director and fashion editor of mixed Italian and Japanese heritage. He is most widely known as the new creative director for the French fashion house MUGLER, and for being a frequent collaborator with singer-songwriter and performance artist Lady Gaga. Formichetti is also known as fashion director of Vogue Hommes Japan, is a contributing editor of several other fashion magazines, and is fashion director for the clothing company Uniqlo. In November 2010 he was named one of the “most influential creative forces working in fashion today.”  The following month he was awarded the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at the 2010 British Fashion Awards. – – NicoPanda’s website

Mother and Child: Japan, March 2011

                  "....they are no words for the devastation a Mother feels after loosing a Child"      This photo exemplifies the void  only a Mother can feel, holding one that was once Her.      --- [Right] Pieta by Michelangelo      Please HELP Japan & Haiti

“….they are no words for the devastation a Mother feels after loosing a Child”

This photo exemplifies the void  only a Mother can feel, holding one that was once, her Little Child.

— [Right]    Pieta by Michelangelo

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