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An Incredible Story: ” My Artificial Leg Doubles as a Musical Instrument.”
Meet the amazing Masami Orimo, the phenomenal woman who lost a leg in a car crash, turned a “cyborg” prosthetic leg into an instrument , as lead in her punk band Shampoo. She simply added a violin string to her artificial leg.
LIN HAVE YOU SEEN THIS SHIT HAVE YOU
Favorite lines [in no particular order] 5/??
THAT IS SUCH A SMART JOKE, WHAT THE HELL
I 100% had to Google this joke and I have 300% more respect for Rugrats.
i don’t get it, can someone explain? [i searched their names and still don’t get it]
Mapplethorpe’s photography was usually very evocative and often contained nude subjects. She having people over who are “very conservative” so she is telling someone (I forget who on the show) to put a Norman Rockwell painting because his work is pretty conventionally accepted as important in american history. The people in his paintings were usually white Americans, often working class, and sometimes soldiers. His work was about pulling the country together, patriotism, american exceptionalism, etc. So more appropriate for a conservative visitor than a picture of a naked guy.Dude.
Ho. Lee. Shit.
It’s 7am and my day has been made.
just want to point out, norman rockwell wasn’t an entirely pro-nationalism conservative painter. he was an illustrator so he didn’t really have that much creative control over his work, but he did do some stuff that was pretty critical of american society w/r/t racism and sexism. here are some of his less conventional illustrations:
"the problem we all live with"
"murder in mississippi"
study for “blood brothers”
"negro in the suburbs"
"glen canyon dam"
"young lady with a shiner"
"girl at the mirror"
"fixing a flat"
"the prom dress"
"rosie the riveter"
"new years baby 1943"
"the golden rule"
tbh i don’t know enough about norman rockwell to know exactly where he stood politically and the vast majority of his illustrations do paint a portrait of a very idealized white-supremacist patriarchal america. even his portraits of non-white people—which i think humanize them in a way most white artists weren’t doing at the time—are still quite naive and some of them place undue focus on white figures. also, much of his work has a signature lightheartedness and happiness about it that borders on creepy when you look at his pro-american ads and those he was commissioned to do in support of the war effort. but still for someone so popular in his era some of the work he did was surprisingly critical and unconventional.
How’s this for non-conservative: Second to last image is by J.C Leyendecker , a gay man who was was a huge influence on and friend of Rockwell. Leyendecker’s stuff is amazing, please check him out.
So these have been posted loads of times before, but for those that have yet to see them… Some of my remix projects from earlier, and a loose follow-up to this post.
Keep in mind that the most recent pieces were done within an hour or two, some even in 30 minutes. All of the oldest ones I spent days and days fiddling with.
From con, about 2 months prior. I busted my ass doing this Queen Beryl cosplay. And yes, my dreads are under that wing.
The plural of Elvis? Samantha can tell you: it’s Elvii. She knows a lot about this subject; after all, she travels the country to attend Elvis conventions. Now in Lake George, she’s happy to be staying at a Holiday Inn Resort® where she can mix with other like-minded fans. Happy we could come to the rescue. Photo by scottborrero