I don’t know about you but I always felt museums attracted a particular class of “babe.” Not counting just the generic midwetsern tourists of course. Museum babes tend to be cute and aloof, stylish and usually nerdy in all in a good way.
Xavier Aaronson agrees which is why he started Babes at the Museum, a site dedicated to documenting, well, babes at the museum.
Babes At The Museum celebrates the love for camouflaged looks and discreet flair that navigate through the world’s most exquisite museums. Literal and conceptual, BATM is street fashion with a twist and some amusing parameters to work within (ie. hours of operation, sober settings, photophobic guards…)
Why? Art boosts beauty and beauties are drawn to art. Problem is, too many babes at museums fail to be properly noticed when the art exhibition becomes the main attraction. This blog aims to feature those babes that show up not always come dressed to impress, let alone, be photographed.
It kind of reminds me of Nick Gazin’s creepy Photos of Girls blog which my girlfriend appears too often on :/ Anyway, add the site to your bookmarks for some daily eye candy and be sure to hit up the BATM that will take place at Glasslands Gallery on Thursday, November 3rd featuring Zambri, Brahms, Hooray For Earth, and Autre Ne Veut.- My Pal the Crook