Random and unofficial posts from a communications professional, husband, writer, photographer, manual laborer and pickup truck driver living and working in the Memphis, Tennessee / North Mississippi area.

 

These young girls wouldn’t be in it, but new reality show idea - Daily drama of workers at a Hooters in New Jersey. Gold.

These young girls wouldn’t be in it, but new reality show idea - Daily drama of workers at a Hooters in New Jersey. Gold.

midcenturymodernfreak:

Sex Machine" | James Brown (1971)

From the Italian TV show “Theater 10

midcenturymodernfreak:

Sunset Strip | The Movie

A look at the legendary Sunset Strip, Los Angeles’ notorious street of dreams. Equal parts bizarre wonderland and decadent playground, it’s where legends came out to play - and the party never ended.  - Via

fuckyeahmemphis:

reptilianbrain:

brain-food:

Return to Sender is a funny photo series by photographer Tommy Kha that takes a unique approach to self-portraiture. Rather than taking a straight-forward image of himself, the Memphis-based photographer presents himself engaged in a one-sided kiss with dozens of strangers in various locales. Funny enough, it’s the other person in each shot that is fully committed to the smooch as Kha stands motionless.

When approaching strangers to be his potential partner, Kha simply has one direction for them: “They can kiss me however they want but they have to kiss me on the lips.” No matter how they choose to go about it, Kha’s reaction is consistent. The stoic photographer’s unresponsive facial expression and body language stands out in each shot, making for a hilariously awkward collection of photos.

Shot after shot, he continues to lock lips with passionate partners, yet he impressively displays no sign of pleasure, disgust, or any other possible reaction. Instead, he opts to remain unaffected by their advances, even if they choose to carry him in their arms or dip him as a romantic gesture. via [Beautiful Decay]

this is amazing

Tommy Kha!

unknowneditors:

Mobile Phone Company Advertises With Whimsical, Orange-Colored Street Art

So Design has created most of the images and illustrations used in mobile phone company Orange’s marketing materials since 2000.

In its latest campaign for its long-time client, the agency has brought their distinctive, orange-colored imagery to the streets, turning them into whimsical artworks. Enlarged and painted on the sides of old industrial buildings, each illustrated artwork interacts with the architectural elements of its canvas, creating a fun and interesting narrative. 

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*Gymspiration. 

Another knockout from @WiedenKennedy. Not surprised. Here’s to the next 25 years.

 

life:

Gotta love this shot by LIFE’s John Dominis — a female performer skips rope above Chicago in 1955.
(John Dominis—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)


Crazy!

life:

Gotta love this shot by LIFE’s John Dominis — a female performer skips rope above Chicago in 1955.

(John Dominis—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Crazy!