Friday, June 5, 2009

Happy Fishnet Friday - All is Vanity Edition

AZ via awoade:
Fishnets in ‘37 (via
Vintage Scans)

Happy Fishnet Friday!

Let's worry about PETA some other day.
All is vanity anyway.

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absorbed:
German born photographer Dietmar Busse is super inspired by people with intense personal style & beauty which his arresting photographs clearly show. -ashadedviewonfashion.com


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A Fishnet Pixie!

15 comments:

squint mccoy said...

**MURST!!**

edgar said...

Friday is casual sex day? Those were the dayz.

Akira said...

Hi Edgar,
It was another Tumblr find. Aren't you supposed to be in Vegas?
Well, it's a hell of a lot better than betting on horses.
Have fun!

Kitty said...

Such nice pictures Akira,,, I love everyone... it's so great when they go together so nicely...

The office lady is very pretty... and the pixie just came up from the earth...

{{{NoMurst}}}

Kitty said...

I went to sleep a Kitty and woke up a Pixie!

Kitty said...

Quiet around here...

Meow...

Akira said...

Hi Kitty,
Thanks for holding down the fuckyeahdogs fort while I wass offline. Great finds! I wish I could heart and/or reblog them. Hopefully Tumblr will fix that bug. Speaking of Tumblr, I've also found it's not terribly compatible with Vista.
How are you doing?

Akira said...

Oh, Wagga provided this FYD image Wet Kitty might want to reblog if she can.

Kitty said...

Hi Akira...

You find you the greatest stuff on FYD... I love your images... and between Akubizone / FYD / FlowyBlowy / Wet Kitty we can super Tumblrize anything...

I'm doing nicely thank you... I'm thinking of starting a new business making aprons... very nice ones... not too expensive though... KitchenKlothes... what do you think of that name?

Kitty said...

no Vista... me XP... :)

Akubi said...

Hi Kitty!
For the most part, I just reblog on FYD.
When I was a little kid I was always intrigued with rooms (often at the opera or my dad's place or something) where mirrors faced one another and the infinite reflections never ended - or if they did, the human eye couldn't see it. I'd move back and forth and peek up for a moment to see if I could catch the endpoint.
Infinite reflection, infinite reblogging - I find it therapeutic in a weird way.

Unless I see images of your new aprons, I can't be much help in naming/branding the new business. Perhaps you could post some on one of your blogs?

Akubi said...

Perhaps the early infinite reflection obsession explains Buddhism and Niezsche...

Hi Kitty,
Lucky you! My XP laptop is essentially a zombie since I killed it last year. Too much hassle to get it working properly now....

Akubi said...

But I completely agree the OS is far more stable than this mess.

Kitty said...

Hi Akubi...

Infinite mirrors makes me very happy... endless image flow... maybe part of the secret of the universe...

I'm putting up some aprons for you to see... and was chatting with some friends about a concert they are seeing tomorrow... I'll be back in a few...

Kitty said...

Here is what I was thinking... nice but not fancy fabric... something to enjoy wearing while cooking... and with pockets...

KitchenKlothes