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"I was taking a Greyhound to California from Boston back in the 80s. In the seat next to me was a girl named Valda, all dressed up in her Sunday best, complete with adorable matching yellow hat. Not your typical Greyhound passenger. She fell in love with Wyoming just looking out the window. "What state are we in?" she asked. "Wyoming, I think," I replied. 45 minutes later - "I like Wyoming. This is really pretty." 45 minutes later - "I wonder if the driver is from Wyoming. I should go ask him." So she did, and he was, and he invited her to come stay with him and his wife any time she wanted. I don’t know if she ever did, but I like to think she found a job and a sweetheart and a life in Wyoming."

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I think you’re growing thin, mr. Clean
And the way you’re ahead is in your dreams.

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Gustav Klimt - The Tree of Life

Gustav Klimt - The Tree of Life

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She asked me what I wished for on the wishlist
Have you ever asked your bitch for other bitches?

Kanye - Bound 2

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Laser light show

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This convention is too big

This convention is too big

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Raining hard in Beijing

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Laser light show

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The room

The room

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Only got Tumblr and Instagram out here.

Only got Tumblr and Instagram out here.

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Widespread Panic New Years 2013 Time Warner Arena in Charlotte, NC

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Widespread Panic New Years 2013 Time Warner Arena in Charlotte, NC

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French fashion designer Franck Sorbier unveiled his latest collection of haute couture for the Fall/Winter 2012-2013 that features a seamless (no pun intended) blend of fashion and technology. The designer’s new line of works consisted of only two models — one in a black, fitted dress with an elaborate, pointy hat and the other with a simple, white ball gown. While it may sound unusual for a high-fashion show to consist of only two clothing pieces, the white garment actually served as a canvas for projections, transforming the ensemble into numerous outfits.
Sorbier’s inspired display was as much a fashion show as it was a piece of performance art or a theatrical light installation. The presentation followed the dark fairy tale of Donkeyskin, which entails the story of a king, a grieving widower, who has promised his late wife that he shall only remarry a woman of equal beauty, which turns out to be his daughter. In an effort to avoid the marriage, the princess seeks the guidance of a fairy godmother who advises her to request the impossible — gowns that are the color of the sky, as bright as the sun, and the color of the moon.
Sorbier’s fashion show turns the impossible into reality with the stunning visual effects projected both on the backdrop and, of course, the gorgeous gown. Be sure to check out the video, below, that shows the brilliantly multi-patterned and animated dress in action.

French fashion designer Franck Sorbier unveiled his latest collection of haute couture for the Fall/Winter 2012-2013 that features a seamless (no pun intended) blend of fashion and technology. The designer’s new line of works consisted of only two models — one in a black, fitted dress with an elaborate, pointy hat and the other with a simple, white ball gown. While it may sound unusual for a high-fashion show to consist of only two clothing pieces, the white garment actually served as a canvas for projections, transforming the ensemble into numerous outfits.

Sorbier’s inspired display was as much a fashion show as it was a piece of performance art or a theatrical light installation. The presentation followed the dark fairy tale of Donkeyskin, which entails the story of a king, a grieving widower, who has promised his late wife that he shall only remarry a woman of equal beauty, which turns out to be his daughter. In an effort to avoid the marriage, the princess seeks the guidance of a fairy godmother who advises her to request the impossible — gowns that are the color of the sky, as bright as the sun, and the color of the moon.

Sorbier’s fashion show turns the impossible into reality with the stunning visual effects projected both on the backdrop and, of course, the gorgeous gown. Be sure to check out the video, below, that shows the brilliantly multi-patterned and animated dress in action.

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