Plenty O'Toole.

Hey I'm Meighan O'Toole. I find the Internet and the sense of community it inspires fascinating. I work with creative individuals and brands to define their voice online using social media.

I have teh Internets to thank for my career.*

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*I used to blog a lot about art over here.

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“I especially hope to inspire young women, because I often feel like so much emphasis is put on how beautiful you are, and how thin you are, and not a lot of emphasis is put on what you can do and how smart you are. I’d like to change the emphasis of what’s important when looking at a woman.”
—Margaret Kilgallen

For International Women’s Day, we premiere a new video from our Exclusive series featuring Margaret Kilgallen (1967–2001)—our current 100 Artists featured artist—where she discusses her heroines, which were often incorporated into her work. Filmed in 2000, this newly-edited video contains previously unreleased footage with the late artist.

WATCH: Margaret Kilgallen: Heroines

SEGMENT: Cindy Sherman in “Transformation”

“I didn’t want to make what looked like art,” Cindy Sherman says about her earliest works, explaining that “film has always kind of been more influential to me than the art world.” The segment surveys thirty years of untitled works in which the artist photographs herself in various scenes and guises, grouped into informally-named series such as fairy tales, centerfolds, history portraits, Hollywood/Hampton types, and clowns.

Watch the 54 minute video here. Incredible & inspiring.

h/t SFMOMA

Marina Abramović The Artist is Present.

Watch this documentary. Total badass. Uncompromising. Beautiful. Fierce.

Happy Birthday, Gilda Radner!

(via heytinafey)

Stevie singing Wild Heart. Never ever gets old.

<3 Ahhh, My inner 14-17 year old swoooooons.

hulu:

Happy 50th Birthday Ian MacKaye!  Ian was on Henry Rollins’ radio show a little over a week ago and it’s a must listen if you’re a punk fan.  Plus, if you’ve never seen a little doc about the Arkansas punk scene called Towncraft (Ian is interviewed about some of the bands that later moved to DC), it’s definitely worth a look.

If you stick to your work it will take care of you somehow.

Kiki Smith

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