Pick of the week
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Here's my pick of last weeks best quirky stories and pictures.
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This weeks stories & pics
"I'm a miserable c***": Kristen Stewart's stunningly honest description (dailymail.co.uk).
But not looking so miserable here …
Clip of nude Kristen Stewart jerking two dudes off On the Road (lifemisled.com).
Agyness Deyn said stripping off for her new film was “liberating” (entertainmentwise.com).
The bob cut blonde fashion model is certainly no stranger to stripping: Agyness Deyn nude pictures are One Giant Leap (egotastic.com, May 2008).
Natalie Portman got blonde and busty (egotastic.com).
Nina Agdal—Body Central photoshoot (hotcelebshome.com).
Oops! AnnaLynne McCord G-string thong slip (vybzmagazine.com).
Everyone should have a friend called the Love Sponge!
Katy Perry flashed cleavage to an ape for Beehave magazine (egotastic.com).
But that's an ape, not a monkey! And you thought that was Russell Brand Terry Richardson. And speaking of Terry …
Kate Upton—wet T-shirt photoshoot by Terry Richardson (hotcelebshome.com).
Michelle Ryan—Cabaret photocall at Savoy Theatre in London (vybzmagazine.com).
And to Doug, who wants a baby, she said: " … my career is my baby … And when I'm ready to share that, we'll discuss."
And who can blame them for that. Take the hint, Madge, we all get older and have to face a change in wardrobe.
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Kourtney Kardashian has cheek, and she flashed it! (egotastic.com).
Arts, tech. & funnies
The exhibition highlights the unwavering relationship between art and vice, and human nature's for what is compulsion is bad for us.
Mark Rothko painting defaced for "yellowism" (guardian.co.uk).
"It's not an artistic movement. It's not art, it's not reality, it's just Yellowism. It can't be presented in a gallery of art, it can be presented only in a Yellowistic chambers."
Vandal defends his action (metro.co.uk).
Good to see Mickalene Thomas's take on Courbet's "Origin of the World", a painting I love to remind chocolate-box art buffs of.
"Even longtime offenders of propriety such as Paul McCarthy, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, and Jake and Dinos Chapman are finding it harder to cast themselves as outlaws when … snapped up by leading art museums and collectors."
Sounds good, as long as, say six months in, they don't start restricting functionality for non-members, baiting you to sign-up to view all that ethical, "user-submitted" content.
W3C launches HTML5 tutorials and documentation site (digitalartsonline.co.uk).
That does look promising. A tutorial and documentation site by one of the Web standards organisations is very welcome.
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