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RE-inventing Camp: MOM camp .... what a GREAT idea for summertime. have a group of moms with kids similar ages do a week long mom camp different day different moms/house. one day of kid chaos and fun and 4 days of clean up and relaxing :D I could do this!

RE-inventing Camp: MOM camp .... what a GREAT idea for summertime. have a group of moms with kids similar ages do a week long mom camp different day different moms/house. one day of kid chaos and fun and 4 days of clean up and relaxing :D I could do this!

The New Age Village: Re-inventing the Vernacular African Mud Hut

The New Age Village: Re-inventing the Vernacular African Mud Hut

RE-inventing Camp: MOM camp .... what a GREAT idea for summertime. have a group of moms with kids similar ages do a week long mom camp different day different moms/house. one day of kid chaos and fun and 4 days of clean up and relaxing :D I could do this!

RE-inventing Camp: MOM camp .... what a GREAT idea for summertime. have a group of moms with kids similar ages do a week long mom camp different day different moms/house. one day of kid chaos and fun and 4 days of clean up and relaxing :D I could do this!

chiku Kubota [during the 1970’s and 80’s] made his artistic Kimono inspired by Tsujigahana, a long lost XVIth century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing, to create “Itchiku Tsujigahana”.  After many trials and errors, at age 60, Itchiku finally discovered a technique to revive Tsujigahana which he named “Itchiku Tsujigahana” : a perfect marriage between past and present as homage to a historical and admired technique.

chiku Kubota [during the 1970’s and 80’s] made his artistic Kimono inspired by Tsujigahana, a long lost XVIth century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing, to create “Itchiku Tsujigahana”. After many trials and errors, at age 60, Itchiku finally discovered a technique to revive Tsujigahana which he named “Itchiku Tsujigahana” : a perfect marriage between past and present as homage to a historical and admired technique.

chiku Kubota [during the 1970’s and 80’s] made his artistic Kimono inspired by Tsujigahana, a long lost XVIth century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing, to create “Itchiku Tsujigahana”.  After many trials and errors, at age 60, Itchiku finally discovered a technique to revive Tsujigahana which he named “Itchiku Tsujigahana” : a perfect marriage between past and present as homage to a historical and admired technique.

chiku Kubota [during the 1970’s and 80’s] made his artistic Kimono inspired by Tsujigahana, a long lost XVIth century technique he spent 30 years re-inventing, to create “Itchiku Tsujigahana”. After many trials and errors, at age 60, Itchiku finally discovered a technique to revive Tsujigahana which he named “Itchiku Tsujigahana” : a perfect marriage between past and present as homage to a historical and admired technique.

Gene Tierney with sculpture (1944). Photograph by George Hurrell.  Hurrell made his mark early by re-inventing the celebrity still. Trained as a painter, he began his switch to photography by taking what he called “social portraits” of the high society of Laguna Beach. Ever adaptive to the look and technology of the age, Hurrell produced highly glamorized, black-and-white portraits of stars like Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, and here Tierney.

Gene Tierney with sculpture (1944). Photograph by George Hurrell. Hurrell made his mark early by re-inventing the celebrity still. Trained as a painter, he began his switch to photography by taking what he called “social portraits” of the high society of Laguna Beach. Ever adaptive to the look and technology of the age, Hurrell produced highly glamorized, black-and-white portraits of stars like Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, and here Tierney.

Coco Chanel said “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and remove one…

Coco Chanel said “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and remove one…

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