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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {July 13, 2012}

Happy Friday the 13th! E.O.F. applauds your fearlessness.

 {Hope ur lucks better than Kohl & Middleton’s Museum’s Dog Faced Man}

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day [May 11/2012]

Robert Ripley Holding Box Made of Human Skin.

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Wide-Open Artists imagined for MASP

From advertising company DDB Brazil, comes a truly awe-inspiring campaign for the MASP Art school/museum in São Paulo.   The advertising giant dissected the 3 well known artists, Salvatore Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, and Pablo Picasso, via illustration to imagine and expose the inner workings of each’s body.

We’re particularly tickled  by the pinstripes on Picasso, makes us curious to see a dissected Jean Paul Gaultier.  Perhaps this is just our Fashion Eye doing the talking, but these pieces have us intrigued and got us lusting for more! We have to thank our fellow blogger, and one of our favourite style blogs Chic Quero for posting about this campaign.

Another other artists you guys can think of you’d be curious to see wide open.
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Commercial Break: Night Gallery (1970-1973)

From the creator of The  The Twilight Zone , Rod Serling, came a tv series exploring stories of horror and the macabre.  We pay homage to the nearly forgotten series that was Night Gallery.

Serling served as both on-air host of Night Gallery and was a major contributor of scripts during the series 3 season run.   But like most series that are ahead of their time, the series attracted criticism. Called out for its use of comedic blackout sketches between the longer story segments in some episodes, and for its splintered, multiple-story format, which contributed to its uneven tone.

By the final season, Serling, stung by criticism and ignored by the show’s executives, all but disowned the series.

Well, it sure was sweet while it lasted…  For those who love the series, the final and third season will be released on DVD this year, April 10th.

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