Photographer: Donat BoulericeHair & Makeup: Jessica Lablanche (Folio Montreal)Styling: Tatiana Cinquino (Judy Inc.)Model: Catherine D (Folio Montreal)
Yesterday I posted my Thrift Store Find of a copy of Robotman: The Untold Story. Robotman was sort of a soulless attempt at marketing toys and tee shirts to kids with seemingly no forethought on making the property something that would appeal to kids. It’s like they thought of the name “Robotman” first and then tried to figure everything else out afterward.
I found one of the Robotman & Friends cartoons on YouTube and man… if ever you wanted an idea about how NO ONE KNEW WHAT THEY WERE DOING, watch this thing. Firstly, it has no connection to the comic strip, so it’s not an adaptation. The tone is schizophrenic, with toneless songs, lots of hearts… and a weird jump into nightmare imagery by the end of the clip. It’s so strange and of its’ time.
I was at the mall today and overheard this dude talking to two lesbian chicks. I hear him ask, “So which one of you is the guy in your relationship?” And the one girl looks into her pants and says, “It’s not me. How bout you? Are you hiding a dick in there?” Then her girlfriend looks in her pants and says, “Nope, I’m not.” Then the first chick looks at the dude and says, “Hmmm, guess that’s why we are lesbians.” And then I lost my shit.
Why do people sexualize boobs when we could be doing this with them
i cant stop laughing
Marilyn Monroe in an unused costume for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
This jeweled belt and feather fan are part of the original William “Billy” Travilla designed costume Marilyn was to have worn during the "Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend" number from “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.” The publicity surrounding the recent discovery that Marilyn was the nude model in the “Velvet Dreams” calendar photo rendered this particular costume too revealing. The pink gown worn in the film, also designed by William “Billy” Travilla, was a last minute replacement. (x)
I didn’t grow up reading comic books. I didn’t have too much interest in them. It’s been kinda coincidental that I’ve made so many comic book films.