Posts Tagged ‘cosmetics’

If You Still Don’t Have a Halloween Costume, You Can Always Use Makeup to Become a Roy Lichtenstein Painting

Monday, October 31st, 2011

Wow.

Via AmTendler

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That’s the opposite approach of this lovely lady ladybug, who’s out in the fog right now pitching for Joanna Rees:

Via Ryan Blake

Or do you prefer this golden oldie?

Apply some Ben-Day dots, find a matching outfit and you’re done with preparations for October 31st.

Then you’ll be just like blogging renaissance woman TashaMarie:

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Stop dithering -  Halloween is today!

My Left Foot: Roy Lichtenstein-Inspired Tattoo Another Winner from Deanna Wardin at Tattoo Boogaloo

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

See?

Via Deanna Wardin – click to expand 

Deanna’s the same artist who did the famous parrot tattoo not too long ago.

Anyway, the foot tattoo reminds me of this:

Apply some Ben-Day dots and then you’ll be just like blogging renaissance woman TashaMarie:

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Tattoos! Hurray!

Why Not Dress Up as a Halftone Newspaper Cartoon Again This Halloween? Stop Dithering and Slap on Some Ben-Day Dots!

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Apply some Ben-Day dots, find a matching outfit and you’re done with preparations for October 31st.

Then you’ll be just like blogging renaissance woman TashaMarie:

jlk

Stop dithering -  Halloween is just two days away!

Why Not Dress Up as a Halftone Newspaper Cartoon This Halloween?

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Apply some Ben-Day dots, find a matching outfit and you’re done with preparations for October 31st.

Then you’ll be just like blogging renaissance woman TashaMarie:

jlk

Stop dithering – the Legion of Honor’s Ghoulish Gala is almost here and Halloween is just three days away!

7th Annual San Francisco Avon Walk for Breast Cancer a Huge Success

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

More than 2700 walkers raised more than $6 million this weekend in the 7th Annual San Francisco Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.

Sign up by tonight for the 2010 walk and save $20 off the registration fee.

Here’s a team in Golden Gate Park. Click to expand:

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And here’s the finish line at Speedway Meadow, the place where the 2009 Golden Gate Renaissance Faire won’t happen this year. Check the photos.

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Each walker raised at least $1800 in donations from friends. If they didn’t come up with all the dough, then they committed to pay the remainder from their own credit cards. Thusly:

“If you have not yet met your donation minimum you may choose the deferred commitment option to guarantee the minimum donation amount.  A deferred commitment is your promise to fundraise for two months after the event in order to meet your minimum of $1,800.”

(That’s a lot of commitment.)

Speaking of which, check out the Yelp ratings – five stars each from the eleven committed alpha females of course, but only three stars from the sole dude, who points out a little history of the event involving Dan Pallotta and Pallotta Teamworks:

“Litigation lasted until 2005, w/ Avon being awarded $19,525,639.00 of it’s $20 million counterclaim. The court determined that Pollatta had lost money running some of the AIDS Rides & used the profitable Breast Cancer Walk money to pay for losses. A few days after the news the company abruptly laid off its entire staff nationwide & closed the doors.”

Hmmm. Rumors, accusations, and finger-pointing abounded when people found out how much of the money raised was being used to pay Pallotta Teamworks for organizing events all over the country. Of course, Mr. Pallotta defended his thesis about how ya gotta spend money to make money, or something like that. Regardless, there was a backlash against Pallotta and his Lexus and his large HQ, and so, Pallotta Teamworks ain’t putting on the show no mo. Anyway…

Congratulations to all the walkers! See you next year!

More deets after the jump. 

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