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Day 341 – CRAFT CORNER DEATH MATCH: Historical Facial Hair

CRAFT CORNER DEATH MATCH!!

THE THEME: HISTORICAL FACIAL HAIR

This theme is near and dear to my heart. History! Facial Hair! AWESOMENESS.

So, maybe I went a bit overboard:

Okay. I’m hoping these dudes will all be familiar to you, but for your illumination (L to R, just like reading):

1. Wyatt Earp – Cowboy. ‘Nuff said.
2. Darwin – Amazing genius, sussed out evolution.
3. Nietzsche – Wrote a bunch of stuff, had a complicated last name.
4. Van Gogh – Painter, friend to Doctor Who.
5. Hulk Hogan – I think he was a wrestler? And a Nanny?
6. Dali – Melted some clocks.
7. Wild Bill – Best chum of Calamity Jane, super sass factory.
8. Einstein – Adorable super genius who didn’t know his own phone number. Who does?
9. Lincoln – Zombie hunter.
10. Ambrose Burnside – BAMF who has such awesome facial hair that the term side burns was names after him.
11. Dread Pirate Blackbeard – Sailed the seas, wrecked some havoc.
12. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – wrote some stories that eventually introduced me to the excellentness that is Benedict Cumberbatch. Thank you, good sir.

For this theme, there are four competitors: me (duh), The Harpy!, Yermits and Sarah Apple!

To see all the entries go to Craft Corner Death Match!

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December 12 2010 | accessories and homage | 3 Comments »

Day 336 – Yermits vs Robots: FORBIDDEN LORE

YERMITS VS. ROBOTS VS APPLES: BATTLE OF INCOMPREHENSIBILY CUTE THINGS, OR MAYBE THINGS DRESSED AS OTHER THINGS WE DIDN’T REALLY TALK ABOUT WHAT TO CALL IT.

This is week eleven! The Theme: Forbidden Lore.

Okay, so I was going to do a Freemason bot for this week’s theme, but have you seen a freemason lately? They wear these aprons? It’s… uh… traditional or something? Anyway, I just couldn’t do it. Freemasonry may have a solid foundation of mystical woowoo and secret, forbidden lore roots, but the apron is a dealbreaker.

But you know who is totally stuffed full of forbidden lore?

Mothereffin Knights Templar. (Actually, it would seem that the freemasons are at least partially responsible for some of the lore surrounding the Templars. OF COURSE.) Anyway, supposedly the Knights Templar know all sorts of things, like where the holy grail is, and the masonic secrets, and how they get the caramel into a caramilk bar.

I am, of course, skeptical. If the Knights Templar knew where the Holy Grail was, they totally could have made nazis drink from it so that they would melt. That could’ve worked, right?

Also I should probably make a Monty Python reference here, to go along with that Indiana Jones one.

and here he is looking all full of secret lore and magical knowledge:

Here is Jenny Yermit’s forbidden entry:

Wooo, dragon. I have seen this in person and it is wonderful.

NEXT WEEK: FABRIC SWAP!

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November 14 2010 | homage and myths | 1 Comment »

Day 256 – Venus of Willendorf Bot

And art historians everywhere suddenly just got a terrible feeling of dread. Look, it could be worse. I could have made Elvis of Willendorf.

I think I feel a pop culture / art history mashup week coming on…

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June 29 2009 | homage | 3 Comments »

Day 155 – Flapper Bot

In first year university I dressed as a flapper for halloween (actually, this is a pretty accurate recreation of that costume, except mine wasn’t, you know, vinyl. My flapper dress was red and black though). None of my fellow students knew what I was. Seriously. It was then that I realized that higher education isn’t exactly the bastion of sense and learnedness that the university brochures seemed to indicate. However, the next year when I went as Strawberry Shortcake, I was recognized instantly. Go figure.

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January 21 2009 | occupations | 1 Comment »