19th Century Map Of A Woman's Heart Definitely Drawn By Cynical Dude

American Antiquarian's latest exhibit "Beauty, Virtue, & Vice: Images of Women in Nineteenth-Century American Prints" features this map called "The Open Country of a Woman's Heart" by D. W. Kellogg. Though the art is supposedly "By A Lady," I'd suspect it was actually created by a lovelorn and cynical man. » 11/17/11 6:45pm 11/17/11 6:45pm

Kitten Born With A Birthmark Love Note

A kitten was born in California this week with fur markings that look like they say "I <3 ." or "I Love Dot." What makes that such a big deal? The kitten's mom is named Dottie. Too cute! (Also, hearts on baby animals seem to be a trend: First there was the chihuahua from Japan with a heart-shaped spot on its fur, then… » 3/25/08 6:00pm 3/25/08 6:00pm

Erin Fetherston For Target: If You Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve…

Coming this fall to a Target near you? Erin Fetherston's turn at creating cheap-chic wears. And based on the contraband images posted by our friends at Fashionista, the clothes look, well, super Erin Fetherson. That is, they're pretty damn close to tipping the 'Proenza Schouler for Target' end of the scale, as opposed… » 6/29/07 4:30pm 6/29/07 4:30pm