Thursday, March 06, 2008

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS (part II, nsfw!) WHEN YOU LAZY PEOPLE STOP SENDING ME GOOD TIPS...

(click image for closer look)
I post this semi-famous pic that's been floating around cyberspace for a while. It is the coolest photo ever featuring a naked rocking guitar-playing woman in a living room with a mosh pit of one marmalade cat. previous cool photos: Tierney Gearon's Terrorized Baby; Vienna pic #1—three rats on a dog; the TriBeCa Horror Film Festival; Times Square billboard juxtaposition; clap your hands say yeah—it's 9/11; auto repairs by underwear model Clint Mauro; Walgreen's aisle 5B, Tucson, Arizona – Bungle in the Jungle. (found on FFFFound)
tips to
: copyranter(at)hotmail(dot)com

10 Comments:

Blogger Tess said...

I'm pretty sure that would be a Merkley photo. You can see his other photos on his blog. All very NSFW but fun.
http://www.threequestionmarks.com/blog/blog.html

1:01 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Looks like his style...can't find it on his blog though.

1:16 PM  
Anonymous Unindicted Co-conspirator said...

I would love to keep sending you tips, but there haven't been any really outrageous ads that I've seen, other than the noxious American Apparel ads, & you have them posted by the time I see it.

I think that there just might be some ad men that are actually scared of you & are watching what they put out there!

1:58 PM  
Anonymous elaine said...

this is a lolcat waiting to happen.

2:02 PM  
Blogger gr said...

@elaine: "IT GOZE 2 11"?

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the cat moshing, or is it just another pussy bouncing off the sofa?

3:52 PM  
Anonymous Pol Pot Pie said...

there's something there about 'getting your cat off the couch'

…and tits too. tits always add to the party.

3:58 PM  
Blogger spencer said...

That cat looks freakishly big.

11:45 AM  
Blogger merkley??? said...

yup -- its mine -- you can even see my little watermark off the lower right corner. glad you like it.

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, Merkley is clearly referencing the famous Philippe Halsman portrait of Salvador Dali, "Dali Atomicus".

See: http://www.afterimagegallery.com/dlhalsman.htm

5:30 PM  

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