25 DAYS OF RK: December 3rd

ABC Family does 25 Days Of Christmas & shows you a bunch of Christmas movies and shows….

We’re doing 25 Days Of RK!

Each day we’ll post :

  • a fan-fic recommendation: 1 completed or 1 WIP (work in progress)
  • one of our favorite RK pictures
  • Random ;)

Feel free to comment/tweet us your favorites as well!

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DECEMBER 3rd 2012

Completed fanfic: First & Ten by Nolebucgrl

Favorite RK picture: Entertainment Weekly – Twilight Promo

Favorite Kristen Quote:

“You should have the opportunity to be more than one person with different people – because you have that within you. It’s not like you’re faking it. If everyone knows you so well and can always get a hold of you, then you’re stuck to this thing that people think you are. You should have the opportunity to reinvent yourself. Because you do. Naturally”

Kristen Attends the Governors Awards – Dec 1

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Video:

Red Carpet footage

MQs/FanPics of Kristen:

Profiles of the Award Recipients (Source- Variety):

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award: Jeffrey Katzenberg
Jeffrey Katzenberg is famous for his energy, his relentless work ethic and for demanding the same level of commitment in those around him.

He has brought the same drive to his work for the Motion Picture & Television Fund, and residents on the fund’s Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, Calif., have reason to be grateful for it.

Less than four years ago the fund’s hospital and long-term care facility were losing a reported $10 million a year and the fund announced plans to phase them out. Today there is new management in place, the fund is back on a sound financial footing and the hospital and home are to stay open. …

Honorary Oscar: George Stevens Jr.
As founder of the American Film Institute and the Kennedy Center Honors, George Stevens Jr. built two of the most influential and respected artistic institutions in the United States. By simply working within those organizations, his legacy would have been secure — but Stevens has never been inclined to stand still.

In a career spanning six decades, he has remained a tireless, faithful steward of the arts — protecting and defending others’ important works while creating a few of his own along the way. As his friend Warren Beatty puts it: “One would be hard pressed to find someone who has done more to further the artistic stature of American film than George.” …

Honorary Oscar: Hal Needham
Before digital effects could make impossible falls look easy, before high-tech equipment had to be in place before a stunt man did a complicated jump, before anyone had heard of an “air bag,” Hal Needham was flying through air, literally, by the seat of his pants.

The 81-year-old Needham, who inspired an action figure and legions of young stunt performers to follow in his footsteps, grew up so poor his family didn’t have indoor plumbing. For most of his childhood, he never saw a movie in a theater. But he found the guts leap off of all kinds of things and let himself be set on fire for two reasons — fun and money. …

Honorary Oscar: D.A. Pennebaker
Donn Alan Pennebaker didn’t just make a mark on documentary filmmaking — he helped reinvent the documentary art form.

Over the course of his six-decade career, he helped develop one of the first fully portable 16mm synchronized camera and sound systems; was a founding father of the cinema verite movement; and compiled more than 100 credits as a director, cinematographer, editor and/or producer.

“There is not a single documentary filmmaker out there who has not been influenced in some way by D.A. Pennebaker,” says acclaimed doc director, Ken Burns. “He liberated and revolutionized the medium.” …

HQs Source: KStewartFans
FanPics Source: Twitter / ScottFeinburg TheAcademy | Instagram / YahooMovies! | Yahoo | via SwagSwagStew
Source: Oscars.org

25 DAYS OF RK: December 2nd

ABC Family does 25 Days Of Christmas & shows you a bunch of Christmas movies and shows….

We’re doing 25 Days Of RK!

Each day we’ll post :

  • a fan-fic recommendation: 1 completed or 1 WIP (work in progress)
  • one of our favorite RK pictures
  • Random ;)

Feel free to comment/tweet/ us your favorites as well!

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DECEMBER 2nd 2012

Completed fanfic: Fridays at Noon by troublefollows1017 

Favorite RK picture: Cannes 2012 – Cosmopolis Premiere

Favorite Rob Quote:

“Please don’t give me all my luck now. Make it all stretch. I don’t mind waiting. Make it stretch for 70 years.”

25 DAYS OF RK : December 1st

ABC Family does 25 Days Of Christmas & shows you a bunch of Christmas movies and shows….

We’re doing 25 Days Of RK!

Each day we’ll post :

  • a fan-fic recommendation: 1 completed or 1 WIP (work in progress)
  • one of our favorite RK pictures
  • Random ;)

Feel free to comment/tweet us your favorites as well!

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DECEMBER 1ST 2012

Completed fanfic: Beyond Time by TKegl

Favorite RK Picture: Breaking Dawn Part 1 London Premiere

Something we love about RK:

I love the way Rob looks at Kristen (especially in the photo above). It’s so full of adoration and love.  You can feel the pull, the tension. It’s palpable.

 

Forever 21 features BALENCIAGA graphic t’s – including Rob & Kristen’s designs! How to get a similar look for cheaper!

Forever 21  has a fashion blog & today I see that they’ve featured BALENCIAGA’s runway looks! Out of all the ones F21 features they show ones Rob had worn in his Blackbook photoshoot & Kristen wore one in her British Vogue photoshoot!

Now as much as I’d love to buy these sweatshirts/t’s – they’re not on my budget! Looking through Forever 21’s site though I found a few similar graphic t’s that can totally bring the same feel to your outfit.

Ombre Owl Print Pullover — $19.80

Sleeveless Tribal Eagle Tee — $16.90

78 Tiger Raglan Tee — $16.90

America The Beautiful Tee– $15.90

Retro Crazy For You Tee — $15.90

Oversized Tiger Graphic Top — $15.90

Sleeveless Mirrored Cheetah Tee — $16.90

Galactic Tiger Tee — $15.80

Leopard Lightning Tee — $15.90

Geometric Jaguar Tee — $15.90

To wear these shirts in a similar way to Kristen in her British Vogue shoot add these shorts to a graphic tee!

Coated Shorts — $7.80

 

 

Nathan Fuja’s Beautiful Kristen Stewart Art $25! Is Robert Pattinson Next?

 I remember when Nathan first posted pictures of his stunning Kristen print! Jen did a wonderful interview with Nathan- love to hear his thoughts on it all!

*This story originally ran on the Pattinson Post on March 26, 2012 here.  The interview was done by Jen Freligh.*

Nathan Fuja jumped onto the Pattinson Post twitter feed when he produced an unusual and beautiful screen print of Kristen Stewart. It immediately caught our eye as well as the eyes of many of her fans and one of her producers, Giovanni Agnelli. Nathan has been a fun artist for us to chat with and when we found out he was working on a print of Rob, we knew we wanted to know more about him and the process behind his art. He was generous enough to share with us about his inspiration, artistic process and what moves him to choose the actors portraits he creates for his screen prints.                                                    

What is your background in art? Did you grow up doing art as a child or come to it as an adult?  My mother was an artist and she taught me to paint as a child.  It was a wonderful experience to see the world in a different way at such a young age.  I worked with watercolor and pencil at the beginning, now work with acrylics and pens.  

How do you choose your subjects? In particular your celebrity subjects, what drew you to Kristen Stewart and Natalie Wood?  I choose subjects that move me.  If they have a compelling story or their body of work speaks to me, than I am drawn to them.  Kristen Stewart was a combination of her beauty, her choice of roles and how she is able to breathe life into a character and make it her own.  It’s more than acting, it’s becoming and when someone is able to do that it ignites something in me.  Natalie Wood is a part of a film royalty with her roles in Miracle on 34th Street, Rebel Without A Cause and West Side Story.


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On your website it talks about your screen printing being a fairly new medium for you? What other mediums do you enjoy expressing yourself with?  It is (a new medium for me), before I would paint something and that would be the end of it.  Being able to make multiples of something that I love and I want to share is wonderful.  Screen printing allows me to do this and for the result to be handmade and just as great as the original.  I’m addicted to photography, always looking for moments to capture.   Social media has been a great place for you to share your work- do you use Facebook and Twitter?  I mainly use Twitter, it’s more interactive and people are more open and to the point.  Twitter is a butterfly and Facebook is a bird, both can take your message out into the world.  The bird might be able to go further, but the butterfly does it more playfully.  

Have you been able to show your work in galleries near you or is it largely via the web at this point?  Just the web for now, eventually I want to show in a gallery if a gallery would have me.  

You mentioned you are doing a portrait of Rob? How did you decide on a photo and what is your process like when developing it?   It’s just something I feel, it’s hard to explain other than that.  As for the process, I will look at it for a few days or weeks until I see how I want it to be.  Then, I get out my brushes and get busy!  


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UPDATE: Nathan has finished his Rob print, but has no plans at this point to sell it.   You can purchase signed and numbered copies of the Kristen Stewart print for $25 here.Keep updated with Nathan Fuja here: 

Website: www.nathanfuja.com
Twitter: @nathanfuja 

WOW! $25 is a steal for that Kristen print! Absolutely love it! (I’ll be buying it! Merry early Christmas to me!) I don’t know about all of you but I’d LOVE to see that Rob print go on sale!