Washington State Historical Society - Young Doctor posing with some of his work, Neah Bay, WA. He is holding a cloth canoe, which is in the form of a two-headed sea serpent. In front of him is a large model canoe, complete with miniature harpoons, floats paddles and paddlers. In the background is a stack of logs and a plank building. Creator: Samuel G. Morse Creation Date: 1896-1903
model magic to create the polar bears after discussing different poses and the parts of the bear. We rolled a sphere for the head, then pinched the snout and ears, we rolled a potato-like shape for the body, 4 "logs" for the legs, and a tiny sphere for the tail. Then we smushed it all together, and used scissors to cut claws, and black markers to make eyes, nose, and mouth. Next week we will add scarves and a background for them to be placed in.
Louis Vuitton has always had a penchant for going graphic, and this Fall 2011 editorial in 10 magazine is a stunning reminder of that. The images are wildly crazy and sexy at the same time, showcasing the pieces, poses, and artwork perfectly—without one element overshadowing the other. Artist Barry Reigate‘s signature humor pops out from the page in the form of perfectly placed logs and Bozo the Clown features. T