Some of the most recognizable cities by air
Attention check forgers and children’s art collectors!
I’m happy to announce that every single preorder copy of my book will be signed by me! (My publisher assures me that this is somehow desirable.)
Always looking for art projects, I thought it would be fun if the boys “signed” the books as well. Obviously I have very little control over how many they’ll want to sign - so I can only promise that the first 1,000 copies will also come with a one of a kind crayon scrawl from the boys! Here is a picture of my co-authors hard at work on their “signatures”. My 4yo has decided it’s his job to make sure that all the words on the bookplates are unreadable and my 2yo is loving scribbling over the picture of his face. These are truly priceless works of art. Thanks again for all of your support - I think you’ll really like this book.
Fashion in Film: Clueless (1995)
You don’t understand, this is an Alaïa! It’s like, a totally important designer!
When Clueless hit theaters in July 1995, costume designer Mona May had no idea the impact the film would have on the fashion world. Girls everywhere adopted the closet staples of Beverly Hills teen, Cher Horowitz, including her signature plaid, mini skirts and knee socks; Karl Lagerfeld sent models down the runway clutching the same portable phones that were specially designed for the movie; and publications like Vogue and Women’s Wear Daily lauded Clueless as the fashion movie of the year.
May looked to European designers like Jean Paul Gaultier and Azzedine Alaïa to draw inspiration for the costumes, choosing to stray as far from the then-popular grunge phase by incorporating girly silhouettes and bold colors.
"I took from the trends, picking and choosing from that moment in fashion," May said. "But I didn’t want to date the movie with certain trends, which was easy to do in the ’80s and ’90s. We wanted to make it timeless, and it really stood the test of time. I can watch Clueless now and there’s still stuff we can wear.”
A truly Oscar winning performance.
Hotel showers are really weird because they can range anywhere from “gently peeing on you” to “I fear for the safety of my nipples”
I’ll be contributing a chart (of sorts) to the I Love Charts collection on Medium.com every week. Other contributors include The Frogman and Jessica Hagy!
Here’s a preview of this week’s chart (-type thing).
via I Love Charts
so i see this heartbreaking similarity here…
suddenly everything is 100% more terrible
The Cube desktop 3D home printer by 3D Systems
Putting this on the Xmas list!
MASS MARKETED 3D PRINTING IS HAPPENING.
I REPEAT, MASS MARKETED 3D PRINTING IS HAPPENING.
DO NOT PRINT A DILDO!
Even the best 3D printers have tiny gaps for bacteria at least, and can cause tiny cuts at worst.
Print a dildo mould and fill it with latex.
Unless you’re printing tiny dildos to put in a bag so when someone is a jerk you can throw tiny dicks at them and tell them to “go eat a dick”. Then by all means, print tiny dicks.
Wizardstan dropping some knowledge