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This is a camera-phone shot of an episode of the X-Files, season three.  It aired in 1996, about the time I was taking my first-ever figure drawing class in high school.  That’s what I would have done too – focus really hard on the important parts like the muscly arms and flowing hair and then just kind of throw the face in there for context.  But later, when I wrote about the hot naked model in my diary, I would have spelled the contraction of  “you are” correctly. As in, “Journal entry 05/17/96 – You’re such a good drawer”.

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Found here.

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catwomen shopping. hostess niece got a new job.

I found this cat postcard at the giant Brimfield antique market in MA. Normally I’m amused by anthropomorphic cat woman alone. However this card has more to offer. These catwomen (i especially am fond of the one with the purple “wig”) are shopping for what looks like sewing patterns (?) while they have their children tied to them with harnesses. A group of mice escape, harnesses are tangled, feline feet in high heels are tripped and wackiness ensues. But the true gem for me about this postcard is the combo of the front image and the note to aunt margaret on the back. Her niece writes to her to thank her for all she’s done and tell she about her new job at a restaurant, that serves all sorts of things she has never heard of like crab and shrimp. She tried the stuffed sole today. She didn’t like it.

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poster by Able, found here.

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See more of Topor’s work here.

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This photo, taken by photojournalist Dana Fineman, is from an interesting book, A Day in the Life of America“, a photo series compiled by Rick Smolan and David Cohen.  “[A Day in the Life of America] is a scrapbook of a nation.  The color and black-and-white pictures in this book were chosen from almost a quarter million shot on May 2, 1986. No picture is twenty-four hours older or younger than any other.”  Totally engrossing.  Too bad they couldn’t have waited one more day.  My brother was born on May 3, 1986.

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