A thrift store is a truly wonderful place for sustainable fashion enthusiasts and those looking to broaden their fashion horizons with some unique clothing pieces. Though if you’ve ever been to one, you probably know how bizarre they sometimes tend to get. Continue reading »
Remember those thrift store paintings you often see collecting dust on the wall of your local charity shop? They’re the kind of generic, inoffensive and unimaginative artworks you’d see propped up in cheap hotels or mounted on the wall down a corridor nobody visits.
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A few years ago, fashionista Jillian Owens decided that she wanted to change how the world approaches fashion. Finding herself both disheartened by the rise of fashion giants with unethical labor practices, plus a bit broke at the time, the South Carolina-based writer and designer began exploring local thrift stores to find pieces of discarded clothing that has fabulous possibilities. Continue reading »
Canadian artist David Irvine of The Gnarled Branch collects old, discarded paintings from thrift shops and adds pop culture characters like Darth Vader, Spider-Man, and Spock to them. Suddenly, a simple landscape painting is the playground for flesh-eating zombies, Godzilla, and Pac-Man. Continue reading »