“I said hey listen to me. Stay sane inside insanity, but he locked the door and threw away the key.” . . Two weeks to gooooooo! #wcw ME - as Columbia Halloween 2016. Time to get REALLY excited and start pulling together this year’s costume.....
Arthur Curry’s armor from “Aquaman” as seen in the DC Comics booth at New York Comic Con.
Even though I’m a little bit behind of #fallforcostume posts, here is day 17: 18th century. Just as everybody out there, I fell in love with Outlander and Terry Dresbach’s work on the costumes is simply stunning. She merges 50’s fashion and 18th century fashion so well in the second season that I am terribly excited for the new season to come! In the first season, Claire is in Scotland and lives at the Fraser castle and at some point she wears a little striped bodice over a simple shift and this simple-ness appealed to me. I found some striped linen and decided to recreate it from scratch, making the pattern by hand by watching screen caps I had taken. I thought Terry had taken some liberties concerning the bodice but I later found a painting from the mid 18th century that had the same kind of garment! Hooray! I am planning on sewing some wooden buttons on the diagonal opening to close it properly. I’ll post a picture once it’s done! #outlander#costume#reenactment#moviecostume#sewing#historicalfashion#1700s#scotland#redthreaded#linen#handsewing#fashion#mantuamaker#sewing
We are approaching a time when machines will be able to outperform humans at almost any task. I believe that society needs to confront this question before it is upon us: if machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?
MOSHE VARDI, "If robots are capable of doing almost any human work, what's left for us?", BT, February 15, 2016
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