checking in at the grand budapest hotel.

pink-upholstered-bed

i am so excited for this film to arrive in theaters. my longtime love, wes anderson has gone and done it again directing his latest film, the grand budapest hotel, opening this spring. every time i see the trailer i laugh uncontrollably and then attempt to focus, calm myself and study carefully those amazing movie sets. how does he do it? if i had a visit to the grand budapest... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

steve_zissou_title

how can i resist? i can’t! oceanographer, and documentarian, steve zissou  (from wes anderson‘s “the life aquatic”) is one of my dream clients. i’m not sure that he actually owns any art, but i’m going to change that. first things first, let’s address a fairly big issue for steve – revenge: ok, this piece does not feature a... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

lizlemoncats

well, let’s hope that oprah is telling liz to hang all of the art that i choose! ah, liz lemon, the creator and head writer for ‘tgs’ (on nbc’s 30 rock). she’s creative and wacky and socially awkward, and i love her… almost as much as she loves food: ok, yes. these are perfect for liz. she loves food, and, she’s totally obsessive.... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

dondraper_women

well, hello there don draper – aren’t you handsome! would i like to buy some art for your office walls, and then go out for a drink with you? oh yes, yes i would! first things first, don draper (the dashing leading character from mad men) is an ad man, so i think he might appreciate these: this gorgeous, 1960′s-esque/found image work by american artist chad... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

carrie_bradshaw_shoes

hello again! it’s danielle from the jealous curator with another totally fictitious art-buying client. last week i chose a few pieces for wes anderson’s margot tenenbaum – this week, well, things are getting a little bit “sexy”: oh, carrie bradshaw – the stylish, clever, leading lady of sex and the city. i’m not sure that i’m... 
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