“Gene Tierney” by George Hurrell (1944)

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I should Co-Co

October 22, 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Twin Klownz Oral Balloon” by Glenn Campbell

I am embarrassed and ashamed to say that I have never had erotic thoughts of any kind about clowns. Sadly, it just never occurred to me that clowns and porn could be such a combustible mix. We should all be thankful that Glenn Campbell doesn’t have the same lack of imagination.

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“Shock” (from the “End Times” series) by Jill Greenberg

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While “researching” a soon-to-come post about Jim Thompson I came across this fascinating article about the (usually uncredited) photographs used to illustrate the noir magazines of the ’30’s and ’40’s.

Great article, even better pictures.

Film star Mae West once asked, "Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?" In the case of this photograph, we can confidently say - it's a gun. There is real danger here - and not just from smoking in bed. But there's also danger in assuming too much.

So look closely at the languid young thing on the bed. She may be holding that hand mirror as if to check her lipstick - but her eyes are turned to the side, the better to see that gun being pulled.

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“Xteriors VIII” by Desiree Dolron (2001 – 2005)

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Bob Carlos Clarke - 'Men Have Feelings Too'

“Men have feelings too” by Bob Carlos Clarke (2004)

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Norma Shearer by Ruth Harriet Louise (1928)

“I speak of Ruth Harriet Louise who has made…MGM beauties even more beautiful.”
Louella Parsons, 1929

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“Hanging Pig” by Roger Ballen (2001)

“I am no longer an outsider trying to pick up interesting details of a place. Right now, I’m only looking at one place – the interior of my mind. And from that, I step outside.”

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“Apparition #904” by Bill Armstrong (2005)

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“Bicycle Accident” by Julia Fullerton-Batten
From her ongoing series , “Teenage Stories”.

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