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Sometimes mama needs to show off. Frittata a la Leslie. #brunch #yummers (at the kitchen)

Sometimes mama needs to show off. Frittata a la Leslie. #brunch #yummers (at the kitchen)

Hey this is my office today. Jealous? #chicago #gettingthatdotcome$$$$ (at tech money millionaires)

Hey this is my office today. Jealous? #chicago #gettingthatdotcome$$$$ (at tech money millionaires)

Balloons! #party #weekend #birthdays (at Potomac Cleaners)

Balloons! #party #weekend #birthdays (at Potomac Cleaners)

My wifey #phantogram  (at Pabst Theater)

My wifey #phantogram (at Pabst Theater)

The power of music #phantogram  (at Pabst Theater)

The power of music #phantogram (at Pabst Theater)

Hey I’m one of those a$$holes…but it looks so perdy! Made by me kidzzz! #homemade #itswhatsfordinner (at my kitchen duh)

Hey I’m one of those a$$holes…but it looks so perdy! Made by me kidzzz! #homemade #itswhatsfordinner (at my kitchen duh)

reportagebygettyimages:

The Alexia Foundation is currently accepting entries for its Women’s Initiative Grant. The call for entries asks photographers to propose a serious documentary photographic or multimedia project encompassing any issue involving women anywhere in the world. Learn more at alexiafoundation.org 
Image by Tim Matsui, 2012 Women’s Initiative winner

reportagebygettyimages:

The Alexia Foundation is currently accepting entries for its Women’s Initiative Grant. The call for entries asks photographers to propose a serious documentary photographic or multimedia project encompassing any issue involving women anywhere in the world. Learn more at alexiafoundation.org

Image by Tim Matsui, 2012 Women’s Initiative winner

archiemcphee:

If you’ve ever wondered what Marge Simpson would look like as a live human being, here’s an awesomely unsettling example. This real-life Marge isn’t the product of Photoshop. She’s a collaborative creation by makeup artist Veronica Ershova, stylist Mikhail Kravchenko and photographer Alexander Khokhlov. Our favorite part is Marge’s hair, which is made of painted blue chrysanthemums.
Click here to watch a backstage video that reveals the transformation process from human to Simpson.
[via Gizmodo]

archiemcphee:

If you’ve ever wondered what Marge Simpson would look like as a live human being, here’s an awesomely unsettling example. This real-life Marge isn’t the product of Photoshop. She’s a collaborative creation by makeup artist Veronica Ershova, stylist Mikhail Kravchenko and photographer Alexander Khokhlov. Our favorite part is Marge’s hair, which is made of painted blue chrysanthemums.

Click here to watch a backstage video that reveals the transformation process from human to Simpson.

[via Gizmodo]

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