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206. Freaking Corset


I recently discovered Cathie Jung’s corset in one of my classes. It is so shocking to believe that someone have a 15” waist. Yes its totally true, the smallest waist belongs to Cathie Jung (USA, b. 1937), who stands at 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in) and has a corseted waist measuring 38.1 cm (15 in). Un-corseted, it measures 53.34 cm (21 in).

[http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/smallest-waist-living-person/]

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Her interest in Victorian dresses and corsets inspired her to do this on aging 70 years old body. I feel it as ironic and extreme experiment to prove one’s enthusiasm over Victorian dresses :/

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181. Enzoani & Badgley Mischka 2014 Runway collection


It was an awesome experience being dresser @ Enzoani runway event. Enzoani’s seventh annual fashion show, this year dubbed “Take Flight,” showcased its finest bridal and formal wear from its 2014 collection. Its superb to be around the flashing bridal wears.Gorgeous models with stunning outfits just seemed angels.

Celebrities @ the event…….. Reality TV star, The Bachelor, Lindsay Yenter (host of event); Real Housewives of Orange County star and TV personality Peggy Tanous; Former Olympic figure skater and Disney on Ice star (Aladdin) Jonathan DePaz; Canadian actress, film producer and TV host Kim Poirier; Enzoani designer K.C. Lin; actress and former pro tennis player, Maeve Quinlan; Natasha Salley; and TV personality and relationship expert Daphne Wayans

Though I missed the live streaming, catched many flashes of the evening…….

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180. Renaissance Pleasure Faire


Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned the period roughly from the 14th to the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the Late Middle Ages and later spreading to the rest of Europe. During the Renaissance people were focused on the individual and life. The Renaissance was full of new ideas. They are all inventors who dared to stand against spiritual boundary and go beyond.

Its awesome to reborn in times where people were lead into dark and never hesitate to try anything and everything. As a passive viewer, I enjoyed spending my day here in Renfair.

(for more infor about renaissance period

http://westerncivguides.umwblogs.org/2009/09/06/culture-of-the-renaissance/

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178. The Power of Colour In Your Brand Story


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Ever wondered if there is  a colour associated with success in business?

Could use of colour really influence the fortunes of companies, and might it be true that companies of similar size, industry sector or even geography tend to use the same colours in their corporate identity and branding? The answer is yes, yes, and yes.

The evidence comes in a beautiful and elegant piece of graphic design work I stumbled across at the degree show of students from the Central St Martins School of Art in London.  I was blown away by a beatifully-produced display from  Kwang-Hyun (Sean) Ahn from Korea.  The work of his   one-man band called Akha is visible  on http:cargocollective.com/ahka1203.

 (email: akha1203@gmail.com)

This work builds on some  old ideas. The artist Wassily Kandinsky, during his time as a teacher at the Bauhaus art school, experimented with  associations between pure colours and shapes back in the late…

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177. Modular Tile Design


Modular pattern design seems so simple that many people don’t even consider. Yet its one of the best way of expressing your style. Designing patterns are always endless each can give dramatically a different look and feel.
Till I started doing this modular design project, I was in same perception that it is simple. It is not simple as it looks. Coming up with new and unique design which competes and beats the regular design is challenging. It took almost 8 hours to come up with my final design. Another big challenging part comes in choosing the colors which goes best with each design element of the tile in the same time enhancing each tile. Once after the colors finalised, its really a big task filling the colors with equal and even spread. I used scotch drafting tape to avoid patchy fill. Finally it took 16 hours with breaks to complete the filling part. This is a huge tough project which looks easy and simple.

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172. “MASS APPEAL” Art Show


I’m so happy to see my work in Mass Appeal Art Show…..

The gallery is full of masterpieces and loved every one’s work.

Few of the excellent standouts……

The Dynamic Walk is an excellent model which changes its shape as you walk on the bridge. Brilliant idea and implementation.

“Divine Devotion” Acrylic paint on Canvas – Winner for “Least Afraid of Colors” award.

Biomorphic Spoons using cherry wood is just wonderful.

Most of all graphite works were amazing.

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