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Exploring the Psychedelic Reimagining of Pixar Characters

Welcome to another vibrant exploration on StyleTV, where we dive into the mesmerizing world of animation with a psychedelic twist. Today, we’re spinning the color wheel and dropping into a surreal universe where Pixar characters escape their familiar narratives and embrace the wild, abstract beauty of psychedelic art.

The Essence of Psychedelia

Psychedelic art is all about bold colors, mind-bending patterns, and visuals that stretch the imagination. It challenges perceivers to see the world differently, painting everyday scenes with a splash of the extraordinary. When you apply this style to Pixar characters, known for their emotional depth and captivating storytelling, the fusion is nothing short of magical.

A New Lens on Old Friends

Imagine Woody and Buzz Lightyear, rendered with swirling, vibrant backgrounds of neon greens and electric blues, their adventures unfolding in landscapes that move and morph in ways that challenge reality. Or picture the quiet complexity of WALL-E, his lonely planet awash with a kaleidoscope of colors, reflecting his emotions in the vivid hues around him.

Why Go Psychedelic?

This style isn’t just for show; it embodies a freedom and creativity that traditional forms can’t capture. Psychedelic art pushes boundaries and explores themes of transformation and perception, aligning perfectly with Pixar’s mission to innovate and captivate. It’s a visual feast that encourages viewers to think differently, to feel deeply, and to consider the fluidity of their perceptions.

Closing Thoughts

As we reimagine these beloved characters, we connect with them in new and unexpected ways. The psychedelic style offers more than just aesthetic pleasure—it provides a new perspective on the narratives we thought we knew. It’s a celebration of creativity, color, and the endless possibilities of animation.

Join us next time for more stylish adventures on StyleTV, where we push the boundaries of what animation can be and explore the beauty in the bizarre. Dive into the psychedelic; you never know what you’ll discover in the vibrant twists and turns of this art style.

Game Style Technology

Immersive Entertainment: Exploring the Future with Virtual Reality

In today’s fast-paced world, technology continues to reshape the way we experience entertainment. One such innovation making waves in the industry is virtual reality (VR). With VR, audiences are no longer passive observers; they’re active participants in their entertainment experience. Let’s delve into how VR is revolutionizing the future of entertainment.

1. Immersive Storytelling:
VR transports viewers into fully immersive worlds, allowing them to interact with characters and environments like never before. Whether it’s exploring ancient ruins, traversing distant planets, or solving mysteries in a virtual crime scene, the possibilities are limitless.

2. Enhanced Gaming Experience:
Gaming has been at the forefront of VR adoption, offering players a more immersive and visceral experience. From heart-pounding adventures to adrenaline-fueled competitions, VR gaming takes immersion to a whole new level, making players feel like they’re truly part of the action.

3. Virtual Concerts and Events:
In a world where large gatherings can be challenging, VR opens up new possibilities for attending concerts, festivals, and events from the comfort of your own home. Imagine front-row seats at a sold-out concert or mingling with fans at a virtual meet-and-greet, all without leaving your living room.

4. Educational Experiences:
VR isn’t just for entertainment; it’s also a powerful tool for education. From virtual field trips to immersive learning simulations, VR enables students to explore complex concepts in a hands-on manner, making learning more engaging and memorable.

5. Therapeutic Applications:
Beyond entertainment and education, VR has also shown promise in therapeutic settings. From treating phobias to managing chronic pain, VR therapy offers a new approach to healthcare by providing immersive experiences that can aid in healing and rehabilitation.

As VR technology continues to evolve and become more accessible, the possibilities for entertainment are endless. From gaming and storytelling to education and healthcare, VR is reshaping the way we experience the world around us.

Fashion Modeling Street Style

Urban Summer Fashion with Meka

Some people can wear anything and look great! That certainly applies to this urban professional, Ms. Tymeka Jones. Here Tymeka wears a light, colorful and fun summer slip-over with just the right mix of accessories, topping it off with a pair of summer sandals.


Hitched Up Skirt

Skirts may not be for everyone, especially if you don’t have the legs for them––but if you do, here’s an interesting twist on a classic design. Introducing the HITCHED UP SKIRT. Sure, it might not be all that “new” considering skirts have been around since the 1940s but it’s a style and look you don’t see every day.

So, if you are someone who just loves your skirts (and your legs) and you have a great pair of boots to show off along with it, then you should definitel try one out.



Whiteness, Mesh And All The Natural Color Palette

WHITENESS, MESH AND ALL THE NATURAL COLOR PALETTE. CELINE-sunglasses / no brand, old mini / VINTAGE-belt / MICHAEL KORS- watch / ZARA mesh top. Despite the fact I'M NOT in a good relationship with minis I tried to pull it off … — Fri, 30 Aug 2013 03:32:00 -0700


Designer (Drug) Fashion

"The BLTEE line by Los Angeles designer, Brian Lichtenberg has taken over the fashion industry by spoofing high fashion desingers logos. Kitson brings to you the entire line of Homiés here, so pick out a color and a logo and wear it proud! — Fri, 30 Aug 2013 03:00:00 -0700


My New StyleTV Promo For August

As you may know, we’re gearing up for a new show and a new season featuring, ME! We’re all so excited and looking forward to creating some entertaining and unique content for you all.

Keep it STYLEY!


Homage To Amy Winehouse

In an upcoming episode of StyleTV, I pay homage to an amazing talent and style icon, Amy Winehouse, who like many that are addicted to drugs, died too soon. She will be missed.

In the episode I will show you how to make the Cat-Eye makeup style Amy made so popular.

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Introducing Blythe Ellington

StyleTV is pleased to welcome actress and model, Blythe Ellington as new host of the show. If the Ellington moniker sounds familiar, it is. Blythe is a cousin to the legendary, music-royal himself, Duke Ellington.

Blythe promises an upbeat, fresh and fashion heavy approach to the show and says she’s looking forward to exploring Los Angeles (she is from Virginia Beach) with her new audience.

Expect a new StyleTV episode, August 2011, featuring Blythe Ellington!


Influential African American Fashion Icons

Inspired by Black history month, over the next few weeks I will be showcasing a number of African American women who are fashion icons. Let’s get started!


The Somalian born, Iman, also known to the world as “The African Queen”, debuted in the fashion world in 1975. Known as one of the world’s first black supermodel, her 14 year reign as a supermodel made an impact. Fashion designer, Yves Saint Laurent devoted his entire collection “The African Queen” to her, in which she modeled famously with a leashed leopard by her side. After retiring in 1989, she debuted her cosmetic line titled, “Iman” targeted to; Native America, Asian, Hispanic, and African American women.

She created another line targeted to women of all colors, in 2000 called “I-Iman” and in 2007 she launched “Iman Global Chic” on HSN (Home Shopping Network. Not only is she a business woman and a philanthropist but she is very vocal about putting more black models on the runway and in fashion magazines. She currently hosts “The Fashion Show” on Bravo with fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi. She continues to inspire aspiring fashion models of color and women around the world standing by the saying, “black is beautiful”.

Josephine Baker

When people think of the 1920s they think of flappers, long pearl necklaces, and Josephine Baker. She was the face for African-Americans in of the 20s. Born in 1906 in St. Louis, MO Josephine had dreams of becoming a dancer which she later became, a singer and dancer.

Due to the racism in America, she moved to Paris, France and became an international star. She is famously know though, by her exotic costumes, particularly the banana skirt costume, which is emulated in today’s music videos, “Deja Vu”-Beyonce and “Pretty Girl Rock”-Keri Hilson.

Diana Ross

Diana Ross’ has two signature looks that the world knows her for, the glamorous sequined dress with bouffant hair do, thick eyeliner, and big eyelashes, as 1/3 of The Supremes. The other is the long, curly, big, 70s disco hair, with plunging V-neck lines, short shorts, and high heels.

Any get up, particularly, a red dress, with V-neck line and high split with big hair instantly gets one recognized as “the Diana Ross” look. Even today she combines both signature looks, wearing sequined dresses and curly, long, hair that she’s so famously known for. She continues to sing and tour and has no plans of retiring.

Patti La Belle

Diana Ross isn’t the only diva to sport big hair. Patti La Belle did it and did it well. From the 1970s through the early 1990s she rocked big, not big but HUGE hair. In the 70s it was the futuristic clothing with heavy makeup and interesting head pieces and hairstyles. In the 1980s through the early 1990s it was the heavy shoulder pads dramatic makeup and high heels.

Now Patti has tamed her signature look; for stilettos, hair pieces (often ponytails) and shoulder length hair with figure hugging clothing. No matter how many looks she may don, her voice still remains the same, beautiful.

Janet Jackson

Ms. Janet made her debut on “Good Times” as Penny and soon starred in her family’s show “The Jacksons”, and the world fell in love. She made other appearances on TV shows like “Fame” and “Diff’rent Strokes” she had a couple of albums the first titled, “Janet Jackson” (1982) and the second “Dream Street” (1984), it was cute bubble gum pop produced by her famous brothers, but it wasn’t until she took “control” with her third album did the world take notice of the youngest Jackson.

1986’s “Control” was her break out album, but it was her 1989’s “Rhythm Nation 1814” did the fashion icon emerge. Clad from head to toe in black and often sporting a ponytail and cap with a hoop earring one that had a key “to her animal cages” that everyone wanted the “Janet” look. All of her videos from that album she sported black including her jet black hair. Even in the today’s youth and artist such as Keri Hilson’s “Pretty Girl Rock” do people recognize the black ensemble and instantly associated it with Janet Jackson.

Pam Grier

Pam Grier the Queen of Blaxpoitation movies, made her first debut in “Beyond Valley of the Dolls” in 1970. She became the baddest chick of the 1970s with movies “Coffy” (1973), “Foxy Brown” (1974). She epitomized black beauty in Hollywood, with beautiful cocoa brown skin, large thighs and breasts, and beautiful dark hair. She had the confidence to match the sex appeal she exuded on the screen.

The big afro, big hoop earrings and tie up shirt with the tight pants cemented her as one of the sexiest fashion icons of the 70s. Ms. “Foxy Brown” made her return in Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 “Jackie Brown” and introduced her to the young kids of the day she still acts today and has made recent appearances in movies, 2010 “Just Wright” and “The Invited”. The world will forever know her as “Foxy Brown”.

Dorothy Dandridge

Carmen Jones was so wonderfully played by the beautiful Dorothy Dandridge in 1954. Dorothy Dandridge was one of the few African-American actresses in Hollywood that didn’t play the mammies, maids, or slaves. She was the first black woman to be nominated for Best Actress for her work in Carmen Jones.

She paved the way for those that came after her such as Lela Rochon, Lynn Whitefield, and Halle Berry, who was the first African-American to win Best Actress, that Dorothy was nominated for, years ago. Her beauty, perseverance, and talent has lasted years after her death in 1965, but whenever anyone sees the black off shoulder top and red skirt they remember, Dorothy Dandridge.