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Thursday, April 30, 2009


The one and only D.B. in US Elle May 09 by Alexei Hay 
via slacker chic

Yummy yummy drew. I love love LOVE this ed!

So effing brill, no?! The underwater thing just KILLS me. So mind-blowingly exquisite.

Luckily all the water is masking the enormous amount of drool dripping from my mouth...

Are you stunned and in love like me??? Tell me. Tell me. Tell me.


Human Landscapes From Above

The Big Picture has a stunning collection of aerial photographs from around the world taken by Jason Hawkes. Recently, Hawkes has been carrying his Nikon D3 aboard helicopters around the world, hanging out the doorway and capturing landscapes - most somehow affected by humans.

THIS bitch...

Now THERE'S an effing woman with a unique sense of style. Fresh-faced and tres fabu!

Love love love the party photos on her bloggy. Of course, they aren't all as wild as these photos (I just happened to think these were special), but certainly inspiring.

Sexy Shexy. Me? Jealous? No way jose.... 


Smile for me, darling babies.
-Molly Shameless

Nicholas Hellen: NISA to see you, to see you NISA

The new Private Eye reports that the Sunday Times news editor Nicholas Hellen - aka Lord Percy, because of his airs - is in trouble again. Reporter Abul Taher has filed an official complaint over Percy's alleged habit of calling him a "suicide bomber". It is always distressing when one's sense of humour is not fully appreciated, and Percy has my full sympathy.

I now learn that NISA - the News International Staff Assoiciation - is lodging a complaint against Hellen over his treatment of colleagues.

Arcatistes will recall that Percy has an unfortunate habit of being taken for a bully - it is a matter of much astonishment that News International, which lately has adopted a more civilised approach to staff management (apparently), seems quite hopeless in the early identification of dysfunctional staff conduct and dealing with it as required by law. This whole matter reflects on the poor judgement of senior editors at the paper. But then Hellen must have acquired his set of values from someone.

World Sand Sculpture Festival 2009

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

“Fairy tales and legends” is the theme of this year’s World Sand Sculpture Festival now underway at the Tottori Sand Dunes in Tottori prefecture. On display (until May 31) are 19 massive works crafted by world-class sculptors from ten nations. The artists used around 2,700 tons of sand and took about two weeks to complete their works. Can you identify the fairy tales and legends depicted in these sand sculptures?

The Netherlands (front)

The Netherlands (rear)


India (front)

India (rear)


USA (front)

USA (rear)

Czech Republic

Russia (front)

Russia (rear)

Australia (front)

Australia (rear)