Friday, January 23, 2015

I'm Bridgett Simpson. Who the hell are you?

Hi-diddly-ho, neighborino! I was inspired to write this post because so many people asked me where I bought different pieces of this outfit. Hopefully this post helps you! I really love to wear things that make me happy. As you keep up with my blog you will see that I especially love watches, moto jackets and glasses (only the colors/textures change). I wore this outfit to day two of my graphic design class at Sac City

Wet n Wild Megalast  $2.99

Faux Leather Moto Jacket $33

NEFF Digi Watch $35

Simpson's T-Shirt $15 
GAP Skinny Jeans $47 
PF Flyers $15

There you have it!

If anyone wants me, I'll be in my room,

Monday, January 19, 2015

Keith Haring: The Political Line

Saturday I visited the De Young museum in San Fransisco with my sisters. My first encounter with Haring's work was on Sesame Street. Do you remember it? I think he was one of the first artists I ever even knew of! So this exhibit was super special and exciting for me.

Keith Haring was such a prolific artist. However the featured collection focused on his political statements. It was interesting that little to none of the featured works were titled. In retrospect, I realized that titles were unnecessary because his re-occurring themes of violence, phallus's and of suffering were literally outlined boldly.

Untitled, 1985
This piece was dedicated to contemporary and friend Andy Warhol

A pile of crowns, for Basquiat, 1988
 dedicated to Haring's contemporary and friend Basquiat

I couldn't help but think this sarcophagus was so cool and "gangster" with it's arms crossed and tattoo-like graffitied body.

Keith Haring's art was so awe inspiring even This Corgi was enjoyed it! My sisters and I swear we saw him not only looking at the art but smiling at it.

Shop De Young online:here

I bought some super cool souveniers. I bought some buttons, a magnet and the show's poster. Museum stores are such a dangerous place for me. I love both art and trinkets so therefore art trinkets are just the best thing ever.

Because we spent three hours at the Keith Haring exhibition we were too tired to experience much of the permanent collection. However we saw some really fun pieces such as the rainbow squared one above. 
I can't wait to return! Remember, Keith Haring: The Political Line is running until February 16th. Don't forget to buy your tickets online. They have reserved time slots and some sections may sell out so buy early!


Friday, January 2, 2015

The Doodles I Doodle Using My Noodle

I've recently been drawing quick sketches of colorful gals and thought I'd show you some pages from my notebook. Like drinking chai tea and stretching in the morning, drawing has become an essential part of my every day life. 

Hope you enjoy them!


Sunday, December 28, 2014

Oregon Trip was a Trip

So one of the things that has been on my bucket list since forever is visiting Voodoo Doughnuts in Oregon.....

I can now die happy ladies and gentlemen because I SO went there and I SO bought SO many doughnuts and got SO CHUBBS and SO happy. get the gist. :P. But I also visited Oregon to visit family and did a little sightseeing as well. I even stumbled upon Powell's Bookstore (the biggest bookstore in the world!). I was so fun! I was only there for a couple of days so now that I've got a little taste I want more. I can't wait to go again.

A doodle I drew on the way back to my homestate California. 


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Tailored to You Polyvore Meetup

Nobody throws a better party than POLYVORE! This last November I went to POLYVORE's Tailored to You event. It totally lived up to it's name. With goodie bags filled with treats from brands such as Modcloth, TheRealReal, Iristocracy, Nasty Gal and Bare Minerals and cool stations to make your own tees and such I was overwhelmed with excitement. Take a look at the photos and check out the facets of fun!

I met a lifelong friend (Christine) AND Polyvore's CEO Jess Lee (left).

Head on over to Polyvore's blog to read more!

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Monday, December 1, 2014

The Lay of The Land: Cityzen by Azin

I had the neatest most random encounter with Cityzen by Azin. They are a luxury fashion and accessories brand that incorporates satellite views of cities from around the world. Make sure you check out their website. They are true examples of wearable art. 

Grammy Winner Esperanza Spalding wearing a Cityzen by Aznin New York dress.

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