Seen on the Subway

GOOD MORNING!


Just say, “No”.

If a family member offers you one…

Just say, “No, I’m Good – Thanks.”
(and laugh like heck!)


Just a TASTE – BDSM Food PORN: Bryan Regan’s “50 Shades of Food”

Just a TASTE — see ALL the options here:
https://www.bryanreganphotography.com/Personal/50-Shades-of-Food/thumbs

Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and
editorial photographer. Photography school drop out,
who learned his craft assisting photographers across
the country back in the film days. When he’s not
booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and
spending time with his family.

A HUGE “Thank you” to Bryan for allowing me to share his fun photography with you. XO dievca


Across the desk~

Office DelightDear Mr. Smith,

It will be such an honor to meet with you, again. Serving your needs in business has been such a pleasure. The imports have arrived for your inspection, I will bring them to your hotel.
 
Please note that my firm follows a business casual dress code in the summer.  If that is a problem, let me know and I will bend over to address your preferences.
 
Also, I am available to work through an early dinner – but perhaps you have made other arrangements.
 
I look forward to giving my complete focus to your assets here in NYC.
 
Regards,
 
Anita Hardcock

Tillicum Associates, Inc.
~personal assistants for special needs~
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Dear Anita:

A pleasure to hear from you.

Business casual is a good idea during the summer.

I’ve got quite a large problem that requires your assistance.
Bring work attire that will allow you to respond quickly to
ongoing necessities.

I see myself as a firm, but fair employer. After work I’d be
delighted to join you for an early dinner.

W.D.E. Smith

 


Is that a Rocket in your Pocket? Coop auction at Housing Works

 

 

Add a little Hot Rod Art to you walls.  dievca thinks the work was done for a San Diego punk band “Rocket from the Crypt” performing at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood.

The LUSH curves made her smile!

(click on the Lot Id # for the auction, ending on Sunday evening)

Lot Id

Dimensions
Poster: 22″w x 35″h Linen backing: 26″w x 36.5″h

Description

* Serigraph on paper

* Edition: 152/1500

* Signed on lower right

* Mounted on linen

* Shows light signs of wear with some scuffing and pin holes to linen corners

Coop

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

Coop, real name Chris Cooper, is a hot rod artist working from Los Angeles. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1968, and describes his occupation as “Insensitive Artiste”. His work consists primarily of barely clothed Bettie Page-style 1950s soft pornography and/or B-movie monsters, with the female characters often taking the role of “Devil-Women”. The image most often associated with his work is however slightly more tame: the face of a grinning devil with a smoking cigar clamped in its teeth. 

Coop has become popular with certain bands and labels and has provided art for several Sympathy for the Record Industry releases as well as the posters for Reverend Horton Heat, Lords of Acid, Green Day, Nirvana, Soundgarden and The Foo Fighters. 

Coop is an avid hot rod enthusiast and well-known amongst the Kustom Kulture community. He makes an annual appearance at the Mooneyes Xmas party. He released a book in 2001 called Devils Advocate: The Art of Coop.[1] In 2004 he released The Big Fat One, containing 1008 pages of collected sketches, and has recently formed a collaboration with Hot Wheels to sell a series of miniature “Coop-Customized” hot rods.


OK, its cold….

dievca’s working in a Nordic country and it’s about 30 degrees Fahrenheit colder than NYC and…its been raining.
OK, misting.

But, there is a beautiful view, occasionally.

So, dievca is not complaining. Really.
(she thought it was supposed to be Summer…)

Have a fabulous Saturday!


Take me to the Beach : Edward Weston

Edward Weston (American, Highland Park, Illinois 1886-1958 Carmel, California)
Nude on Sand, Oceano, 1936, printed ca. 1954
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 

Charis Wilson, the model for this series, admitted to being shocked upon seeing Weston’s nudes for the first time, as she had previously known only the romantically retouched photographs of  bodies then popular. In studying Weston’s work she found, “I couldn’t get past the simple amazement at how real they were. Then I began to see the rhythmic patterns, the intensely perceived sculptural forms, the subtle modulations of tone, of which these small, perfect images were composed. And I began to appreciate the originality of the viewpoint that had selected just these transitory moments and made them fast against the current of time.”