E.O.F. TALKS: Film Maker Craig Highberger Talks Andy Warhol Superstar Jackie Curtis

Here at The Eye of Faith we worship the spirit of individuality. Escaping the everyday, and letting your uniqueness shine is something Andy Warhol superstar Jackie Curtis was no stranger to. Born February 19, 1947 in New York City; Jackie Curtis slayed the scene with a gender bending style and booming persona that should never be…Read more E.O.F. TALKS: Film Maker Craig Highberger Talks Andy Warhol Superstar Jackie Curtis

The Eye of Faith Presents Karaoke Cabaret Tuesday!

  So in case you haven't heard, us boys from The Eye of Faith have begun hosting a Karaoke night at Hamilton's very own The Baltimore House. The guys there were so kind to allow us to run a bi-weekly event where we get take over their bar where people get to have perform, enjoy…Read more The Eye of Faith Presents Karaoke Cabaret Tuesday!

Anita Pallenberg: E.O.F. Divinity.

The Hollywood Actress may come and go; whether or not she leaves behind a handful of memorable performances, a Style Maven is iconic, and we see reflections of their taste decades after they're gone. Beauty, class, and 1 of a kind style sensibility we find in Anita Pallenberg. "I’d wear that [second-hand red fox fur…Read more Anita Pallenberg: E.O.F. Divinity.

The Eye of Faith Presents . . . Gabrielle + Architect (PLUS our very first Fashion Show)

Excited things! Excited things, my friends are happening . . . For the past few months we have been secretly scheming and planning with our friends Gabrielle + Architect to bring her incredibly evocative and seductive musical stylings together with our lust for mystery and taste for fine vintage fashion. With her upcoming EP release,…Read more The Eye of Faith Presents . . . Gabrielle + Architect (PLUS our very first Fashion Show)

Music Minute: Billy Fury – “A Wondrous Place” (1960 Recording)

This artist we're bringing to you today has a wondrous sensibility to style and passion, cultivating his own hip pulse alongside Elvis himself.  Rockabilly style sensationalism must be in the air, because we're tripping off of this pretty-boys badass look. Born 1940 to the name Ronald William Wycherley in Liverpool, England, where winning a talent show…Read more Music Minute: Billy Fury – “A Wondrous Place” (1960 Recording)

Music Minute: “Goodbye to Love” – The Carpenters (1972)

Composed by Richard Carpenter and John Bettis,  and fiirst released in 1972 on the "Close to You: Remembering the Carpenters" documentary; the song was ispired by a visit to London, where Richard saw an old Bing Crosby 1940 film called Rhythm on the River, where he noticed that they kept referring to the struggling songwriter's greatest composition, "Goodbye to Love". He says `You…Read more Music Minute: “Goodbye to Love” – The Carpenters (1972)

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {January 11, 2013}

{T.G.I.F.!  Be like Andy, and get your rest and relaxation on! Because this is gonna be a Very Busy Weekend!} + + + + +++ Learn more about The Eye of Faith… Follow us on TWITTER and FACEBOOK ++ + Similar Stories:

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {December 18, 2012}

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BURGER GIRL WANTS YOU…

If you have never heard of Benjamin Dukhan then please let me introduce you to one of fashion's most intelligible of beings. His face has helped redefine the image of the male model, whom had always been young, spry, and smooth. While he is both young and spry, it is his scruffy hairiness that has…Read more BURGER GIRL WANTS YOU…

Ghost Hole IV: Island Edition!

It's ba-aaack! What do haunted school houses, Toronto island, and art have in common? Well for starters, this year's 4th Annual GHOST HOLE is making its way to the historical ArtScape Gibraltar's Point Public School for a night of necromancing through the powers of art! {The Old School House before it burnt down in 1888}…Read more Ghost Hole IV: Island Edition!