Archive for the Fashion Category

Laura Scaife

Posted in Fashion, Girls, Television on 16/08/2010 by ThreeDice

I don’t care what anyone thinks. Laura Scaife should have won the first cycle of NZNTM.

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Wonder Woman, Falcon Fetishists and Celebrities of the Occult.

Posted in Celebrities, Fashion, Gaga, Girls, Websites on 04/07/2010 by ThreeDice

I come across a lot of crazy shit on the internet. I enjoy sharing it. And writing in short sentences. Here’s some stuff I’ve found.

Jeff Winbush has written a really cool blog about Wonder Woman’s new outfit. She’s had a lot of costume changes in her life:

wonderwoman4Here is the most recent incarnation of the outfit:

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In other news, they say that if you’ve got a fetish for it, then there’s an internet porn site about it. So if you go to bed dreaming of Falcons, then Erotic Falconry is the site for you:

Tween the Legs

 Bird Strap

PhoneFalcon 

Enough said right?

 

So finally, my friend referred me to a website this week which has become a little bit of a fascination to me. It’s called the Vigilant Citizen and basically this guy explains how symbols of the Illuminati and the Occult are turning us into drones. And they’re using pop stars to do it. Check it:

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Spooky huh?

Brian Walker – Digital Artist

Posted in Art, Fashion, Photography with tags , on 12/02/2010 by ThreeDice

random acts of shiny

Brian Walker is an Australian contemporary digital artist who more or less takes fashion photographs with a twist. Half fantasy, half reality. Equal parts fashion and illustration. Walker’s works have featured compositions such as battery packed human figurines, fur clad models destined for the meat market and a post modern take on the beloved nursery rhyme Jack and Jill.

From his website:

From early on Walker has been influenced by surrealist artists such as Dali and Magritte. Today he is influenced by the evolution of fashion and popular culture such as film, magazines and the internet. His recent works take inspiration from the plasticization of the female form in fashion and online virtual dress up dolls. Walker aims to perplex his audience, his style guaranteeing an element of surprise intended to delight and amuse his viewers.

“I like the visual language of my images to appear hyper real, as if they could exist but a second take reveals something amiss or askew. The perfection of a single detail or the impossibility between elements is what I continue to find fascinating.”

Walker is influenced by photographer David Lachapelle, “I’m interested in his ability to iconograph a scene from popular culture and to make it look so real that it is contrived. I would say our processes are similar, I use a lot of concept sketching as my works are highly manipulated, I have to plan almost every detail before a shoot to make sure I have every element I need. I meet with the make up artist, models and stylist to make sure things run smoothly and that they share my vision.”

 

batteries included

synthetic tragedy

Fang Banger

Posted in Fashion on 28/12/2009 by ThreeDice

It was only a matter of time, really.