Come on up the stairs

The fall and rise of mannequins that look like real women ‘Most female mannequins we see in the shops today are typically a UK size 8-10, 5ft 11in (1.80m) tall, 34B bra, 24/25in (61/64cm) waist, 36in (91cm) hips and 32in (81cm) inside leg with a 3/3.5in (8cm) heel, according to Tanya Reynolds, creative director at mannequin manufacturer Proportion London.’ / a List of animals with fraudulent diplomas / Stop! Sin! Medieval penitential sex flowchart / LPOD, lunar photo of the day / a collection of iconic guitars, lovingly rendered / Boutros77 makes detailed Star Wars dioramas. See also discussion of future SW spin-offs / online Easter Eggs / John Morgan Studio, wonderful designers of the last (final?) print issue of things (issue 19-20 – still available!) has a new website / the above image is from European Drawings 4, part of the Getty Publications Virtual Library.

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2 Responses to Come on up the stairs

  1. Susan says:

    Wwll, the paintings used to be real, however modern art has a different way of looking at the things. Great painting.

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