August 4, 2008

Fleshy things in New York Magazine that you might want to talk about.

1. The Montauk monster:



2. The new new face:

13 comments:

michael farris said...

Aren't the captions reversed?

Zeb Quinn said...

Me, I thought it was a touched up picture of Nicolette Sheridan

Baron Zemo said...

I do enjoy your photography dear lady, but I do not think we need to document your visit to the nude beach,

Pastafarian said...

The "monster" appears to me to be a bloated, partially decomposed bulldog, whose fur has fallen out; some of the flesh on the snout has rotted away, leaving that part of the upper jaw that supports the large canine exposed. We see just one side, so it might appear to be a "beak".

The new face is OK, but I don't see much resemblance between this face and Madonna's, even though they used her eyes and cheek bones to make this composite image. Madonna looks a little more like the Monster than she does this composite.

m00se said...

Wow.

Gettin' more like Drudge around here every day...

Methadras said...

Ann, you labels once again are on the mark.

Roger J. said...

I would have said pitbull re the carcass (the top carcass)

Henry said...

The problem with the face is that it doesn't fit on the neck.

Theo Boehm said...

Virtual beauty, meet virtual beast.

TitusSantaClaraVanguard said...

I would like to see the faces tits before I pass judgment on the entire package.

Tits are important.

blake said...

Dead on, Theo.

Anyone else get an uncanny valley vibe from that face?

The second face, I mean.

ron st.amant said...

The virtual face is pretty I suppose, but there is a bit of that 'something isn't right' quality. I wonder how much of it has to do with the fact that I don't find Madonna attractive at all, and Demi Moore only slightly so these days- she was so much cuter in her old BratPack years. Now I confess I do find Angelina Jolie sexy, but without a doubt Michelle Pfeiffer is hands down the most attractive of all and she's grown even more beautiful as she's aged. It's probably the eyes...I always go to the eyes first.

Meade said...

The new new face isn't all that new.