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A Sugar Sphinx in Brooklyn

In Artby Cinnamon McCullum

I had a great time in Williamsburg this past weekend. It’s been a while since I visited that neck of the woods and a close friend and I went on an adventure to see Kara …

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Mug Shot Tapestries by Joanne Arnett

In Tapestryby Cinnamon McCullum

I think what we all find so fascinating about a mug shot, is that it is so indicative of the person and the moment. From David Bowie’s oh-so-subtle “piss-off”, to Nick Nolte’s whirlwind insanity to the most recent…

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Ralph Ziman’s “Ghosts”

In Crochetby Cinnamon McCullum

Powerful images from writer, director and producer Ralph Ziman in collaboration with artists in Johannesburg, South Africa featuring crochet bodysuits and embellished AK-47’s.

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Beautifully Wild and Wooly

In Feltby Cinnamon McCullum

Sometimes, when you find something on Tumblr, you have to do an insane amount of backtracking to get to the source, if it is at all possible.  I came across an image of  a child …

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Oh Bondage! Up Yours!

In Artby Cinnamon McCullum

I learned about Jeffrey Gibson in a New York Times article from earlier this year. Gibson has a strong Native American background that you’ll see in his work because it is a part of him and he owns it, but he is non-traditional and pushes the envelope by…

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Talking About Big Brother… I Mean Social Media

In Artby Cinnamon McCullum

Some people have profiles on every social network in existence. Others are cyber ninjas, slinking around with extreme caution. No matter which side of the fence your power strip is on, I am pretty sure thoughts on being monitored bounce around in your head.

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Arielle de Pinto Crochet Jewelry

In jewelryby Cinnamon McCullum

A friend recently introduced me to the work of Arielle de Pinto by sending me a link to her site in an e-mail with the subject line “This is So You!” And he was so right…

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Saja Was Here!

In Embroideryby Cinnamon McCullum

Craft darling Richard Saja is adored for the simplicity, vibrancy and cheeky quality of his Historically Inaccurate work.  Taking Toile de Jouy and stitching in colorful spots of embroidery…