Wednesday

AUDREY

Appeared on the 21st of June of 2007.

16 comments:

  1. It seems to be the silhouette of a woman seen from the back, lying in bed.

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  2. very john mayer. ugh

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  3. I think it's beautiful. :-)

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  4. Stanley's girlfriend ?

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  5. audrey pussycat?

    looks like a leaf at first glance and then a classic reclining nude upon closer inspection

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  6. Perhaps they're just using a female name to point out what the image is about. I don't know what Stanley's girlfriend's name is, but my guess is they would use a fictional name. I always associate that name with Audrey Hepburns. :-p

    Very lush, as the clips suggest the music will be. Also tied in with some of the songs, but especially "Nude".

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  7. I've tried hard but I must admit I cannot see in this picture a woman lying sensually (in the reeds ?).

    All I can see is unnatural, digital flurorescent green hills, made of lines which look like tree rings (so I guess they are very old hills).

    Is it bad, doktor ?

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  8. Well, there were other images of hills that also resembled breasts so I guess it's normal to see this shape as mountains. Keep in mind you are looking at her from behind. If you start from the left side, that would be the woman's derriere. Moving up would be her hips and torso. Her arm is also there, or half of it, as is her shoulder, on the top right. See it?

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  9. Hum ... hum ... this is getting really hot ... naughty song ;D

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  10. It is... in a good kind of way. ;-D

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  11. Just realized it's Saint Audrey next Saturday 23rd. Any big news coming ??? (wishful thinking)

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  12. Any ideas how an image like this would be made?

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  13. i have no idea how it would be made but it looks similar to a technique used to map ocean floors. the lines look like contour lines like you would find on an ordanance survey map.
    there is a map theme going on with some of the recent pieces AIRBUBBLE2, BADOKTOR, BLACK ARCTIC 6 for example.

    here is a few links to some similar stuff:

    http://gis2.esri.com/library/userconf/proc96/TO400/PAP356/SFIG10B.GIF

    http://ceos.cnes.fr:8100/cdrom-00/ceos1/satellit/spotsys/images/mnt.jpg

    http://www.caps.ou.edu/ZXPLOT/zxsurface.gif

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