Rob Beschizza at 2:41 pm Wed, Feb 13, 2013
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Elven Aesthetics makes stunning David Bowie dolls, but they are, alas, not for sale. Tara McGinley spotted that some are modeled on iconic Mick Rock portraits. [Deviant Art & Dangerous Minds]
But does it come with an all-encompassing aura of virility, the product of his all-encompassing “Area”?
The David Bowie Real Doll. It is now, officially, the 21st Century.
No, Bret, it’s 1972 David Bowie from the Ziggy Stardust tour.
Plans to market these dolls in Detroit were canceled. They didn’t want to cause a panic.
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY – ohhhh . . . . not for sale.
they are, alas, not for sale.
*throws self onto chair shaped like a giant leopard-skin high-heel shoe, stares moodily into distance*
Is there room on that chair for me? I want one of those possibly even more than one of the super-detailed Tom-Hiddleston-as-Loki dolls.
But do they have Nick Cave dolls? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAWW-jTcxa8
OMG! King Jareth dolls too…
The level of detail of the nipple antennae is amazing.
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PopSci: "In order to create a workable model of a human mental disorder like depression, anxiety or schizophrenia, rats are often genetically manipulated or have their nerve system surgically altered.
Photoshop Disasters says: "Introducing Iran’s fancy new Qaher-313 radar-evading jet, seen here lazily superimposed over a generic photograph of Mount Damavand."
While wandering the NYC offices of my publisher Tor, I happened upon these beautiful 2010 omnibus reissues of Philip Jose Farmer's Riverworld books.
Mark Frauenfelder at 1:22 pm Wed, Feb 13, 2013
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