12 Ways To Achieve The Very Best Glamour Shot

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12 Ways To Achieve The Very Best Glamour Shot from BuzzFeed. These are KILLING me!  Whitney Jefferson’s original post has 65 glorious Glamour Shots illustrating the science behind the 90’s Glam-Cam.   From her collection, I included one portrait per tip … Continue reading

SIMPLY BRILLIANT GRIP HUMOR

So there I was, lurking in the sound stage shadows like a light-sensitive mole. This particular stage typically provided padded folding chairs for the wardrobe department and H&M (Hair & Make-up) to use during filming.  Unfortunately, all of the chairs were being used in video village to accommodate the large number of clients and gawkers on set.

In lieu of standing for hours on concrete floors, an apple box would have to suffice.

I sat perfectly quiet perched on my wooden applebox, diligently watching the monitors for any wardrobe malfunctions, wedgies, or sweat through. Then out of the darkness a hand holding a foam cushion appeared from behind me.  Forever burned into my comedic memory banks, two simple words were whispered into my ear,

“STOOL SOFTENER ?”

BRILLIANT!

Corduroy: All Wales Welcome

A recent project had me searching for wide wale corduroy.  During my on-line exploration, I came across  a very unique club; The Corduroy Appreciation Club.  Lovers of all wales, narrow and wide, their mission statement is simple: 

   ” …The Corduroy Appreciation Club seeks to advance Corduroy awareness. To that end, it is our goal to provide various resources so that members can accumulate more corduroy. We are open to suggestions and recommendations. “

To support the club, their website sells corduroy ties branded with their whale logo: 

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And cotton tee shirts expressing their love for corduroy and the number that closely resembles:

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Ursus Wehrli ‘Tidies’ up Famous Artworks

Immensely entertaining and clever. Ursus Wehrli shares his vision for a cleaner, more organized, tidier form of art — by deconstructing the paintings of modern masters into their component pieces, sorted by color and size.  Wehrli has multiple books on the subject available at Amazon Books.

From TED Talks 2008. Oldie but a goodie!