Moving from heaven down to the cosmos, as you no doubt saw, this week Lucasfilm released the third and final trailer for the new Star Wars film.
Ever since it debuted on Monday Night Football, the Internet has been lit with the Force. If you ask us what our favorite part of the Star Wars hysteria is, faster than you can say Kessel Run, we’d say watching Sara Jean Underwood try-on all the sexiest Star Wars Halloween costumes she can squeeze her curves into. But mostly, we just keep watching and rewatching the video of Sara’s lost Star Wars auditions tapes. (The only real problem is how aroused you feel looking at her wearing the head of the prawn-faced rebel leader.) Bringing it back to our galaxy… While we’re talking mind-boggling sexiness, Nicki Minaj has been straight killing the Instagram game recently.
Her rarely exhibited work captures the diverse spirit of the American West, including its vast landscapes and characterful locals.
In February, it moves to the Whitney Western Art Museum, Wyoming.
Now, the artist has returned with a new project for the gallery, which focuses on a subject that has fascinated him for his entire career: meat. Pictured: Wild west 21 December On view in Phillips' Park Avenue galleries in New York from 3 January is a collection of 82 pictures by one of the most significant contemporary photographers of the great American West.
Like if I run into someone at the grocery store, I really don't know what to say because I don't have a microphone in my hand or bling on,' she confessed.The Dirty Laundry singer was also nominated for Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year. That's Carrie Underwood,' she told Redbook magazine in October.Despite her incredible stage presence though, Carrie maintains she's a completely different person behind the scenes. And the blonde beauty admits she's worried it's a letdown to fans when they realize just how normal she really is.Meat feast 23 December Early this year, pioneering online gallery One Shot launched by selling one-of-a-kind, museum quality prints from photographer Brian Finke to blind buyers, aiming to reclaim the mystery and fragility of analogue photography. The all-American’s iconic shots artfully combine documentary with a tinge of humour.Negatives are then destroyed to ensure that each piece is totally unique. This second edition is going on sale in early 2017.