portrait of the (f)artist
Chief Wiggum, don’t eat the clues.
I was just reading about Mummy Brown, which was a pigment made of ground up mummies and okay what if there was a Hannibal episode where a killer was impressed by the human color palette killer and decided to make paint from cadavers and he changes the hue by using different chemicals and mummification processes and used the painting in his work? or maybe he was an artisanal paint supplier? and he had all kinds of rare and dangerous paints?
THAT SOUNDS AWESOME.
lovelylamb sewing machine
Tim: “When Shrek the Third came out, for months everyday you’d get bombarded with like ‘the wait is ogre' garbage shoveled at you […] and I woke up the week before the premiere came out with the idea that Eric and I would just promote Shrek as an experimental joke […] that's probably my favourite thing of all time, it was just so dumb.”
Eric: “It was all positive comments and 15 promos, there are still people out there who hate us because they thought we were supporting this film.”
my work uniform
Sunny’s work uniform on Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds In Paradise was so en pointe.
Cotton sampler embroidered with wool and silk, by Sarah Bland, England, mid-19th century. Museum no. T.240-1967 Given by Mrs D. McGregor.
Victoria and Albert Museum