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Pin-up girl. These pictures are also known as cheesecake photos.

Pin-up girl

[a] The term pin-up may also refer to drawings, paintings, and other illustrations done in emulation of these photos (see the list of pin-up artists). The term was first attested to in English in 1941; however, the practice is documented back at least to the 1890s. The pin-up images could be cut out of magazines or newspapers, or be from postcard or chromo-lithographs, and so on. Such photos often appear on calendars, which are meant to be pinned up anyway. History[edit] In Europe, prior to the First World War, were the likes of Fernande Barrey (aka "Miss Fernande"), arguably the world's first pinup as is known in the modern sense. Other pin-ups were artwork depicting idealized versions of what some thought a particularly beautiful or attractive woman should look like.

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What Does My Name Mean? Candy - The Meaning Of Names. What does the name “Candy” mean?

What Does My Name Mean? Candy - The Meaning Of Names

A name is much more than just a name! C is for captive, your web of charm. A is for activities, for you have many. N is for natural, the genuine side of you. D is for discreet, you can keep a secret. Y is for yearn, your innermost desires. The name “Candy” is of American origin and it means “Bright, Sweet”. According to the 1953 U.S. What Does My Name Mean? Candice - The Meaning Of Names. What does the name “Candice” mean?

What Does My Name Mean? Candice - The Meaning Of Names

A name is much more than just a name! C is for change, you are able to adapt. A is for able, for you surely are. N is for noble, your regal bearing. D is for dandy, a description of you! I is for impress, for impress you will. The Secret World of Nail Colors. By Lisa Chiu, Contributor People buy lacquer for the color, but the name is what sticks in their memories. — Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, executive vice president and artistic director of OPI Products When OPI Products launched its Justin Beiber-inspired "One Less Lonely Girl" nail polish collection in 2010, bottles sold out in Wal-Mart Stores across the country in only eight weeks.

The Secret World of Nail Colors

In December 2011, the beauty blogosphere buzzed with the news that China Glaze nail polish will partner with Lionsgate films to create a lacquer collection inspired by the upcoming film, "The Hunger Games," timed for the movie’s release in March 2012. From the Muppets to Katy Perry, Hollywood and the nail polish industry seem to have hit the sweet spot when it comes to creating specialty collections that cash in on both celebrity and affordable beauty. Fans just can't seem to get enough of their favorite stars and movies, and it's those huge fan bases that make the sales.

"Nails are an affordable luxury," she said. Dark Side of the Rainbow. History[edit] In August 1995, the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette published the first mainstream media article[3] about the "synchronicity," citing the Usenet discussion group

Dark Side of the Rainbow

Soon afterward, several fans began creating websites in which they touted the experience and tried to comprehensively catalogue the corresponding moments. A second wave of awareness began in April 1997, when Boston radio DJ George Taylor Morris discussed Dark Side of the Rainbow on the air, leading to further mainstream media articles and a segment on MTV news.[2] In July 2000, the cable channel Turner Classic Movies aired a version of Oz with the Dark Side album as an alternate soundtrack.[4] Turner Entertainment has owned the rights to the film since 1986. Synchronicity[edit] Coincidence versus intent[edit] Pink Floyd band members have repeatedly said that the reputed phenomenon is coincidence.

Dark Side of the Moon audio engineer Alan Parsons in 2003 dismissed the supposed effect: Notes. How-To: Download embedded videos. Coca-Cola expected to sue Google in Kenya. Dancing Animals in Love. Busted Moments. Inside Vancouver Film School - Perfectland: Mutants Attack MTV. Man, we love those guys over in Classical Animation. They do the weirdest stuff, and they tell a good story while they’re at it. Ben Meinhardt, who was recently named a finalist for a Channel Frederator Award for his VFS films Binge and Purge and Dancing Animals in Love, developed and animated four shorts called Perfectland for MTV. They were released this week – coinciding with Earth Day – online and via MTV Mobile. The Perfectland episodes are close cousins – direct continuations, even – to Ben’s VFS shorts, complete with off-kilter singalongs, a ridiculously-cute-but-disturbing aesthetic, and a menagerie of psychotic, vengeful mutant woodland creatures.

On top of all that, Ben enlisted the help of some fellow Classical Animation alumni to make it happen. How did Perfectland itself come about? Binge and Purge was in the Animation Block Party Film Festival in New York. Sometimes I wonder what would have happened if I had squeezed 20 episode ideas on two pages. What’s next? Hmm. ShareThis.


IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA Official Website - Only on FX. Disney's (1943) Figaro and Cleo.