My name’s Jasmine, & this is my double dapple dachshund, Bugatti. :) We both live in the US with my other Dachshund, Oslow.
Dapple Dachshunds have recessive genes for blindness or deafness, so puppies born as “double dapples” (ones who look like this) have a high high risk for blindness, deafness, or both. I’ve even seen them without eyes. One of Bugatti’s eyes is physically smaller than the other and the other’s pupil is misshapen. He is partially blind. I rescued him from his breeder who was “unknowingly” breeding double dapples.
As sad as his story is, you would never know he’s partially blind! He is the happiest puppy around. I love him to absolute death. :) This picture was taken when he was younger. He’s about 8 months old now!
Los Angeles based photographer Michael Kirchoff is one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. It seems I bump into him a few times a year at different exhibitions, reviews or fairs and his infectious excitement about photography always brightens the event.
Here’s an excerpt from a recent…
Susie Bubble wrote a fantastic review on our trailer. We all really appreciate it! Thank you Susie!
Tonight we made our way to the monthly blogger meetup hosted by the ladies of CapFABB at the recently opened Nectar Skin Bar in Georgetown. The night felt so special for many reasons: we met many new bloggers, were pampered by Nectar’s team, gave away a backstage pass to the upcoming…
I first met Minneapolis based photographer Beth Dow at Fotofest in 2009 and knew I had to write about her work the minute I saw her stunning prints in person.
Months later, I featured Beth in my column for Black and White Photography Magazine in December 2010. Here’s an excerpt from…
More of St.Martins graffiti, sent me to by Judith Watt.
Continuing Resort 2012’s palette of neutrals with a splash of color, M. Patmos—who I saw first on Greta Guide—kicked it up a notch at New York Fashion Week Spring 2012 with a jolt of bright citron, gold, and silver.
Inspired by the look of mid-century craft design, designer Marcia Patmos credits the work of New York artist Mary Judge and the book The Birth of Cool: California Art, Design and Culture at Midcentury as influencing her green fashion collection this season. Continue reading my review on Discovery’s TreeHugger.com.
I love these old 911s… got to get me one.
‘Central Saint Martin’s School of Fashion is such an important institution whose influence in fashion has been a vital part of British culture for the past 60 years. It has been a crucible of design and art talent, from Amanda Lear to filmmakers Derek Jarman and John Maybury to fashion…