On the sixth day of Holiday, my LA friend gave to me: Process and Content’s Deer Head.
Nicole Guice is a Los Angeles based illustrator. Her work is very dainty and plays within that cutesy, realistic world that has been made popular by websites like Daily Candy. Her style is a bit more detailed and relies on an interaction between drawn materials and watercolor painting. It’s a beautiful technique.
“Is it Friday yet?” we always ask ourselves at mid-week, particularly during the hyper busy holiday season. Well, we’ve found a reprieve from the usual cocktails served by way of a video from LetsMakeMedia, a Northwestern company that came down to LA to figure out the perfect way to make a variation on a Carpano Antica Formula based cocktail. What is this drink and how can you make it? You’ll want to find out after the jump as it is a great Winter drink.
Veganism is a hot food subculture, one of those food movements embedded in the idea of protecting the planet and animals and ensuring that we all get the respect we deserve. The catch? Many vegans seek out foods that are non-meat representations of meat. This is a bigger article that has been months and years in the making but it makes no sense for anti-meat anything eaters to eat recreations of meat. Artist Joseph Shuldiner must agree with this and has used his creativity to make one of the best, most naturally focused vegan cookbook ever made–and it’s all based on an LA food source.
On the fifth day of Holiday, my LA friend gave to me: Compartes Holiday Truffles.