|Sculpture at the Saatchi Gallery...|
Berlinde De Bruycker as artist.
Real horse skin and hair used! but no eyes or hoofs real
or otherwise, just the fur.
All Saatchi photos from their website which you can go to here and see
all the art works if you're brave!
|Sure is beautiful on the outside... and then it gets freaky|
on the inside :)
beauty of a photo from CGP Grey, via Wikipedia
|This one was nuts. Literally, a car wrapped around a pole. My question|
is... where did they get the car? was it pristine before they crunched
|photo from the Jersey Boys- London website. If you click on the|
link you can see the cast that performed! They were just fabulous.
"I hate to trouble you, but I wanted to tell you, you gave me a smile earlier on the subway and I just wanted to
"Oh! haha... not a problem! I'm glad I could help you a little bit." (me thinking, awww, sweet stranger man
needed a little encouragement and was havin a rough day)
"Yea, Really, I hope I didn't trouble you too much, but I just felt something when you smiled-- and sometimes
that just helps. So I just had to follow you home from the subway and say thank you."
"Oh... well thank you. I hope you have a good night!" (mayday MAYDAY! he did WHAT??)
" I was wondering, I would love to be a positive man in your life."
"Ohh nooo... you don't need to do that!" (A Positive man?? WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN??) "Alright, well you have a good one, ok?." (I make a break for it... pretty quickly!)
C'mon! What is that? It was very sweet, until he mentioned that he followed me home, on bicycle... and the Tube is like a 7 or 8 min walk from where he stopped me! I'm sure he's a well-meaning man, but if you say those words to a stranger, much less a woman stranger, that is bad form!
On a better note, Wednesday, a few of us got 5 pound groundling (standing tickets next to the stage) tickets to Much Ado About Nothing, a Shakespeare comedy at the Globe. I gotta be honest, I'm not a huge Shakespeare fan, but this show (and the actors and actresses) were just so good, and funny, and interacted splendidly with the audience. The wit of it was great, and Shakespeare's dialogue was just perfectly clever and done just so well by the actors/tresses.
|you can see the goundlings (people leaning on the stage)... and this was|
what we did, except we were in the front of the stage, so very cool. This
photo is not from the play we actually saw... but it lets you see what
our view looked like a bit!
|Benedict and Beatrice (the best actors/tresses!). They were just|
Photo by Pete Jones
|Eve Best, who played Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, was also in|
the movie The King's Speech! She played Edward VIII's (King George's
brother, Granny correct me if I'm wrong :) love interest, who distracted
him from being a good King (not that she was the only reason mind you).
photo by Laurie Sparham via Mail Online website