Blurred Lines

“I think the blurring of the lines between art and architecture has got to happen.” - Frank Gehry

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OUTFIT DEETS: REFORMATION DRESS, RAY-BAN SUNNIES, XIV KARATS RINGS, BURBERRY WATCH, ASH SHOES, BALENCIAGA CLUTCH.

LOCATION: WALT DISNEY MUSIC HALL, DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES.

Keeping in line with architect Frank Gehry’s thought that art and architecture should be more blended, his building, pictured above, shows exactly that. It is a beautiful demonstration of art and architecture blending, which allows other creative minds to get inspired, and possibly contemplate how to blend certain elements in their own creative life. For me personally, I like to blend art with movement, fashion, and, as of late, cooking! When I think like an artist before doing Pilates, I move much more gracefully, and when I blend two ingredients creatively in the kitchen, it is much more flavorful at the end. So, you see, when approaching life’s mundane tasks with a fresh palette ready to blend, it will make every transition just a bit nicer!

Thanks Frank! (;

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