A photoblog dedicated to my photography and other things I find visually stimulating. I work as a commercial photographer in Los Angeles, CA. I live in Hollywood with two cats.
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THIS EPISODE IS MY LIFE
This is one of my favorite episodes.
‘Bed Of Nails’ by Wild Beasts
Our love, Frankenstein in nature and design, Like the Shellys on their very first time. When our bodies become electrified, Together we bring this creature to life. Its alive… Its alive… Its alive… I would lie anywhere with you, Any old bed of nails would do Ink up the wound for an crude tattoo, A big old red heart with an anchor stuck through.
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Cartier Love bracelet
“Unlike traditional bracelets, which are either wide enough to slip them over the hand onto the wrist or can readily be opened in order to put them on, the Love bracelet is designed to be opened only using a special screwdriver that is supplied with every bracelet. The screwdriver is also available in the form of a necklace, allowing the bracelet to be “locked” onto one person while the “key” is kept around the neck of another as a symbol for their commitment to their relationship.”
I’m usually not one for super expensive jewelry from your major diamond people, but this. I want it.
Nail Shop Los Angeles turned out my nails today. Purple with black tips. #nsla #nailshoplosangeles
The thing that killed me about this setup was, okay, you put me in this bathing suit - but then I have to stop talking from here on? Strip me, and I’m silent! I am defiant with everyone else - Tarkin, Darth Vader - but this slug really shuts me up. Any defiance I had in the other movies, all gone.
I was so very happy to kill [Jabba]. It meant I could talk again. They asked me if I wanted a stunt double to kill Jabba and I said, ‘Really, really not. I really, really want to kill him myself.’"
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Carrie Fisher on being Slave Leia (via tederick)
THIS RIGHT HERE is why I hate fandom’s fetishization of Slave Leia. Carrie explains it perfectly (obviously). Leia and Jabba’s interaction in ROTJ isn’t meant to be sexy. It’s meant to make us angry that Leia’s agency has been robbed from her. Her temperament on Tatooine is disgustingly authentic and so much darker when you really think about it.
This would be why I prefer to call that particular costume “Jabba-Killing Leia.”
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"It’s a 1930 Henderson that was customized before WW2 by a fellow called O. Ray Courtney and fitted with ‘streamliner’ bodywork. The art deco influence is obvious; legendary automotive designer Harley Earl could have drawn those curves. It’s all the more unusual because the mechanicals are hidden: even at the height of the Art Deco movement, most motorcycles were a triumph of form over function, with exposed cooling fins, brake drums and suspension springs. The bike is owned by collector Frank Westfall of Syracuse. It caused a stir in June 2010 when it appeared at the Rhinebeck Grand National Meet, a motorcycle show held a couple of hours drive north of NYC. Grail Mortillaro (of the chopper blog Knucklebusterinc) had a camera to hand, so we have him to thank for these images.”
Text/photos via CoolHunter.net. Additional photos via Google Image Search.
I want to see this in person.