Dude, I don't know what it is.
I don't have a particular slant towards or against Michael Jackson... I appreciate him perfectly well.
I don't have an enormous interest in knitted celebrity softies...At least, I imagine it to be an average amount.
Perhaps it's the tiny little white socks.
Whatever it is, I can't stop looking at this knitted Michael Jackson doll, decked out in his infamous red leather getup from the Thriller video. (Recently added to the Library of Congress' U.S. Film Registry along with Dog Day Afternoon.)
From Colette.Fr "Michael is back! He resuscitates in the form of doll thanks to Soso creator. In her hands Michael
So, first, a quick primer. King Robbo was a pioneering graffiti artist in London in the 1980s. He painted this piece at Regents canal in Camden, London in 1985, and it's remained untouched since:
Even if you're not a devoted Nikon disciple, they're offering some great free how-to videos that appeal to anyone interested in digital photography.
My three faves are these by Joe McNally, who's the kinda guy from whom you just wanna learn.
Serious Eats has found the perfect holiday cookie: tasty gingerbread done up in early 1960's flair, perfect to hold you over until Mad Men Season 4 starts in the summer. "Shaped to resemble man-about-town Don Draper, his repressed housewife Betty, and voluptuous secretary Joan, these spicy cookies have a depth of flavor as rich as the depth of these television characters. While this take on gingerbread did the trick, I'm sure any recipe will work—it's the martini glass and briefcase accessories that matter."
But what's in her hand?
Oh! Just got it. Cloud of smoke. :)