“I work as an artist to survive in this world.” - Erykah Badu
Love and enduring love and destiny. Fleetwood Mac is on the public consciousness right now. It's pretty interesting when the loves and lives of influential people are so well documented. Their story and legend can have a life of its own in their fans imaginations. Just some things I am thinking about as I sort through my own story. image from mojomade: Stevie Nicks: The Original Gold Dust Woman
Joni Mitchell in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, 1969. Photograph: Graham Nash
One of the last remaining icons of 1960's sex appeal and French film stars of the New Wave era, Vanity Fair recently visited the rarely interviewed Brigitte Bardot for their March 2012 issue. For the rest of 2012, the photo collection "BB Forever: Brigitte Bardot, the Legend" will travel the country, appearing at Sofitel hotels in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, and, finally New York.
Taurus Goddess Candice Bergen lifting her Halston designed mask at Truman Capote's Black & White Ball.
A polaroid of Taurus Bianca Jagger taken by Leo Andy Warhol.