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Jessica Simpson’s secret baby is really confusing, because I think everyone expected her to be one of those women who exploits her pregnancy for all it’s worth. And now here she is, looking about seven minutes away from delivery, with nary a word of confirmation.

Rumor has it she’s waiting on the right price from magazines willing to shell out cash for an exclusive.

Now that’s our girl.


Behind the Doors of Banana Republic~

fromme-toyou:

A team of talented people, an army of beautiful models, the most charming designer whose illustrations I’m obsessed with…

Banana Republic opened their studio doors to capture the process from model fittings, styling, hair and makeup tests and all the vision it takes to bring together what will be our Banana Republic in Spring 2012

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staff:

Name Cole StrykerLocation New YorkFirst Post January 2008
Writer Cole Stryker is scholar of internet culture. Like some kind of geeked-out Indiana Jones, he slips into the underbelly of internet communities you may have never heard of, collects evidence of their strange and sometimes bizarre customs, and then emerges back in the sunlight to present his findings and their possible implications. His new book, Epic Win For Anonymous, is the latest collection of such anthropological findings. For fun, Cole enjoys eating boxes and boxes of pizza.
Also check out…
Replaceface George Dawe was an English portrait artist who painted 329 portraits of Russian generals. Today, with photoshop, Replaceface gives them a refresh.
Crap at My Parents House Pay homage to all of the weird crap that everyone’s parents seem to possess.
The Art of Google Books Captured mark of the hand and digitization as rephotography.

staff:

Name Cole Stryker
Location New York
First Post January 2008

Writer Cole Stryker is scholar of internet culture. Like some kind of geeked-out Indiana Jones, he slips into the underbelly of internet communities you may have never heard of, collects evidence of their strange and sometimes bizarre customs, and then emerges back in the sunlight to present his findings and their possible implications. His new book, Epic Win For Anonymous, is the latest collection of such anthropological findings. For fun, Cole enjoys eating boxes and boxes of pizza.

Also check out…

Replaceface
George Dawe was an English portrait artist who painted 329 portraits of Russian generals. Today, with photoshop, Replaceface gives them a refresh.

Crap at My Parents House
Pay homage to all of the weird crap that everyone’s parents seem to possess.

The Art of Google Books
Captured mark of the hand and digitization as rephotography.




Behind the Doors of Banana Republic~

fromme-toyou:

A team of talented people, an army of beautiful models, the most charming designer whose illustrations I’m obsessed with…

Banana Republic opened their studio doors to capture the process from model fittings, styling, hair and makeup tests and all the vision it takes to bring together what will be our Banana Republic in Spring 2012

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coketalk:

Maybe it’s my kink showing, but I’ve got a thing for those ziptie handcuffs that the police have been using throughout the occupation protests.
I’m fascinated by them, not just as objects, but as their potential to be a symbol. They are ‘single use only’ instruments of oppression — cheap, wasteful, and violent — and of course, they come in pink.
In a disposable plastic society, a pair of ziptie handcuffs couldn’t be a more fitting representation of the banality of evil, and if it were up to me, the wide-eyed shape of those loops of nylon would become an appropriated logo for everyone who’s fed up with living in a police state.

coketalk:

Maybe it’s my kink showing, but I’ve got a thing for those ziptie handcuffs that the police have been using throughout the occupation protests.

I’m fascinated by them, not just as objects, but as their potential to be a symbol. They are ‘single use only’ instruments of oppression — cheap, wasteful, and violent — and of course, they come in pink.

In a disposable plastic society, a pair of ziptie handcuffs couldn’t be a more fitting representation of the banality of evil, and if it were up to me, the wide-eyed shape of those loops of nylon would become an appropriated logo for everyone who’s fed up with living in a police state.