Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts

Friday, October 16, 2009

"The Lady Who Fell to Earth"

Kinga Rajzak stars as a fetching ufonaut in this amusing "Vogue" editorial.

Discerning ufophiles will no doubt note that Rajzak appears to be a garden-variety "Nordic," while fellow models Masha Telna and Lily Cole show every indication of being hybridized "Grays."

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Monday, July 13, 2009

Well, it's a start.

H+ has the whole story.

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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Aliens amuck!

Amuck, a local industrial jeweler, is crafting a fetching alien head for my private collection. Take a look:

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Pole-dancing 2.0

Here's what you get when you let a limber, scantily clad woman loose inside a glass box with a bucket of conductive body-paint.

(Tip of the hat to Fashioning Technology.)

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Is Rudy Rucker looking for a fight?

No, actually. In fact, I found this observation quite funny:

What's up with so many young people shaving their heads bald? The thing is, if you're at all overweight, you're going to have a lipless slit-mouth wrinkle on your nape. So your back is like an eyeless alien face.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Fashion tip

Yeah? Well, I think it's sexy.

Monday, May 04, 2009

Don't wear your jewelry. Be your jewelry!

Marta Lwin explains:

epiSkin jewelry extends biological identity by combining technology and design into a new decorative body surface. This project is an exploration into the decorative technological control over biology to create an artifact which is a hybrid of both. Cultured in a lab, this biological jewelry is made of epithelia cells which grow to create an artificial skin. The cells are grown into custom designed forms, controlled by the artist. The cells are incubated for a period of time, following which they are stained with a custom dye. The skin is then visibly sealed into a wearable object.

(Via Grinding.)

Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Provocative statement about the ubiquity of electronic media or hardcore fetishism?

Discarded Ethernet Cables Become Recycled Fashion in Colombia

Actually, I'm not sure if it's actually made of ethernet cables, or if it just looks like the back of a server rack at my local data center. Either way, this outfit makes me think of a future world where people store infringing wares on their bodies, and a buyer can download just by grabbing a cable and sticking it into her laptop right on the street corner.

Friday, January 23, 2009

The future was then.

Where can I download the soundtrack?

(Thanks: Fashioning Technology.)