Celebrities Wrong Clothing Selection

October 6, 2011 by  
Filed under Lifestyle, Misc

It’s one of the greatest quandary of modern times. How can something so inviting and desired look so horrific when overlayed with a piece of tight fitting fabric? We have no answer for that. Today, we celebrate the camel toe for its great equalizing power in modern society. No matter what your station in life, no matter how much money goes into making you look your best, the camel toe can happen to you too. These celebrities, athletes and performers are perfect example of when good things go… not necessarily bad, but definitely very, very wrong…

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All You Need is One Fur Covered Object – Meret Oppenheim

August 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Art and Design, Odd World

It’s possible to be famous long past your lifetime on the strength of one piece. No one exemplifies that possibility as well as Meret Oppenheim, Swiss painter and sculptor of German birth, whose Object from 1936 is at the Museum of Modern Art. Here are her best known sculptures and short explanation about some of them.

Fur Covered Cup, Saucer, and Spoon, 1936

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This Surrealist object was inspired by a conversation between Oppenheim and artists Pablo Picasso and Dora Maar at a Paris cafe. Admiring Oppenheim’s fur-covered bracelet, Picasso remarked that one could cover anything with fur, to which she replied, “Even this cup and saucer.” Soon after, when asked by André Breton, Surrealism’s leader, to participate in the first Surrealist exhibition dedicated to objects, Oppenheim bought a teacup, saucer, and spoon at a department store and covered them with the fur of a Chinese gazelle.

Table With Bird Legs, 1939

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Oppenheim’s table, like her tea cup touched on a nerve that was about the female. The legs of the table are slender bird’s legs. Choosing the subject of the table, where women serve tea or dinner, the table suggests an object of offering. The table becomes a delicate, erotic object of irony, humor, and beauty.

Fur-covered Ring, 1985

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Ma Gouvernante – My Nurse – Mein Kindermädchen, 1936

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