Location: New York, NY
Joined Jun 01, 2009 at 11:26AM EDT
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“Orivia in blossom, no mortal can contain that much” – Random Man
Graphic designer, photoshop wrangler.
Way to not be my friend. Jerk. :(
Of course you are beautiful. You became my friend, and that is a beautiful thing.
As of midnight last night (EST) I had exactly 50 friends!!
Big ups to ElDogWhy for being my exactly 50th friend :)
Okay! takes hand
Your friendship makes me feel warm, fuzzy, and emotionally validated. Thank you!
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Come on guys. You know you want to be my friend. :D
BRAD, I need more friends so you don’t take up my entire dashboard feed :[
Shintaro Kago = the man
or is it random?
can i doublepost or wat wat wat
Uploaded an image to i hate prunes [spam].
Not sure how much influence this has on the meme…but in 1939, fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli created a shoe-hat for her fall/winter 1937/38 collection. She worked frequently with Salvador Dali to create unusual pieces. Here’s a picture of Gala Dali (Salvador’s wife) wearing the hat:
This was used in Terry Gilliam’s 1985 film, Brazil:
I’ve found that there’s at least one reference to this on YTMND. In 2006, user TAS created “Brazil Shoe on Head,” featuring an image from the movie shooped into the camgirl chat:
The design has since been referenced in lots of haute couture since. For example, here’s something from Eric Tibausch’s 2009-2010 Haute Couture collection:
Tomberry: By any chance, are you talking about the work of Edouard Leve?
I dont know if the photos gained popularity online, and if so, when, but according to an article in Artforum, ( http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Edouard+Leve:+Galerie+Loevenbruck-a0114594271 ) the photographs were produced in 2002.
Sort of related.
And at this:
LOLspeak + meme jokes + old timey cartoon style
Memetic essence: celebrities, alcohol, and cheeseburgers.
Sounds like a good fragrance. New merch, anyone?
Should this article include some reference to time-lapse photography? It’s an old technique; according to Wikipedia, a filmmaker used it as way back as 1897. The portrait-a-day thing is definitely a cool trend though. :D
Comparable to sleeveface?
It’s too bad “Natural Harvest: A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes” has disappeared off lulu. Short-lived though it was, the reviews were pretty amazing. There are still references to it here and there on the interwebs… sadly, the original is now gone :(
Uploaded an image to Three Wolf Moon.