Finding Frida

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Why do we love Frida so much?

When I first came upon her a long time ago, honestly all I noticed was her unibrow. But soon I realized that I was being such an ass. I looked her up and wow what a beauty! No wonder bloggers around the world see her as an inspiration. A painter who is most famous for her self-portraits. Out of her 145 paintings, 55 were of herself.  But, more than that - she was such a strong creative woman. She was not afraid to confront pain, She was tough. Her life wasn't easy. She had a pround sense of who she was. Kind of like a blogger....

This portrait remind me of the conjoined images we make 
with apps like PicMonkey today.

She was very real. This portait is call "My Birth".

Her goods are everywhere from Amazon to Etsy.

(right image from Etsy)
just google Frida Kahlo fashion and these will pop up


The best bio of her I could find
(Blogger wouldn't cooperate with the download...)
Frida Kahlo. (2013). The Biography Channel website
Retrieved 05:00, Mar 09, 2013, from
I highly recommended watching this - it is short and sweet, but very informative...
Yep, this is what I do on cold weekends.


Lisa said...

She was a colorful character and a unique spirit...who did her own thing. Love her work.

Connie said...

What a lovely tribute to a real you!

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Sacramento Amate said...

I love Frida, and I am sure she would have been proud of your post.
Loving and WANTING the skirt, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Have a lovely Sunday.

Hollie "Jet" Black-Ramsey said...

she is the only woman who could sport the uni in such an elegant bohemian manner. Inspired by Miss Helga and Miss Simmonds I did a Frida dressup post a while back. It was so much fun!

Luna Tiger said...

Beautiful post ! I didn't know Frida Khalo very much.

Helga! said...

It's MIND BOGGLING just how huge an influence that marvellous woman is!!!

Forest City Fashionista said...

Frida gets a whole lotta love from our blogging community! She was a fierce and talented woman and I wonder what she would have thought of all the merchandise you can get with her image.

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Underemployed said...

I say you're using your time very productively! Frida is one of my all-time favorite wild women.

Underemployed said...

I say you're using your time very productively! Frida is one of my all-time favorite wild women.

Vix said...

She was such a colourful and unique woman who refused to let adversity stand in her way, an inspiration to all women! Love your tribute! xxx

Bella Q said...

Me too- a big fan of her. Love her originality, vulnerability and utter devotion to art and style. "A time bomb wrapped in a ribbon."

Ulla-Marie Nilsson said...

I love it!

Charlotte Issyvoo said...

Frida suffered from a very severe injury when she was young and suffered terrible pain and infirmity for the rest of her life. (She therefore also could not bear a child to term, which is where her frightening birth imagery comes from.) In much of her art, she tries to visually depict the body's pain. Since my back injury, her self-portraits really speak to me as I too now deal with chronic pain and infirmity. As I try to do with my blog, she found beauty in the midst of and despite her pain. Sometimes, small beauties are the only things that helps me go on. I write about that a lot and sometimes depict it in my images too.

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