Will someone explain to me the impulse of pregnant celebs to pose naked? Mariah Carey posed nude for the cover of Life & Style, flaunting her pregnant belly carrying the twins — a boy and a girl — she’s expecting with hubby Nick Cannon. “I was feeling very vulnerable about taking pictures at all right now, but then I didn’t want to miss this opportunity to document this once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Mimi told Life & Style. “My ultimate goal was to share this incredibly personal moment with my true fans.” I’d love to be there, 1,000 years from now, when archeologists unearth these mags and wonder why, at one point in time, our society photographed our richest pregnant women naked. Should be fascinating. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Anyone who’s ever used Chatroulette knows it doesn’t take long before your screen is infiltrated by pervs. Whether it’s a set of boobs unexpectedly popping up to say hello or someone’s man meat putting on a show, if you spend long enough on the site, you’ll see it all. In a strange celebration of the internet phenomenon, artist Justin Gignac put together Nudes of Chatroulette, a series of charcoal drawings modeled after some of the semi-naked strangers he’s met during his Chatroulette wanderings. The pieces will be on display in NYC tonight, but you can always check out Gignac’s muses on the internetz for free. [Boing Boing] Keep reading »
Whoever said neutrals are boring hasn’t seen these photos! Emily Blunt posed for the LA Times Magazine, eschewing color and going with fierce earth-toned makeup. And while I’m not usually a fan of skin-toned clothing, this works. Do you love? Oh, check out more super-hot Emily photos, after the jump… Keep reading »
The Sub Rosa restaurant in Oregon serves food and drink with a side of music, and clothing is optional. The trend was initially started by the staff, who found themselves stripping down during a blistering hot day at an outdoor barbecue. (Seriously, what was that one about if you can’t take the heat?) Diners soon joined in, and since then, it’s been a clothing-unnecessary place to dine, drink and dance.
The Sub Rosa actually turns out to be sort of invitation only, but if you really think about it (and get past the possibly painful spill factor), it could be a great way to get yourself to eat smaller portions! How? Just picture it: There you are at your kitchen table, about to bite into a giant Pizza Hut stuffed-crust, double meat-lovers slice and you look down and see … a lil’ belly bloat! Personally, I’d probably be motivated to take a pass, pick up my fork and chow on a salad. Am I totally off with this, folks? Ever tried to eat while not fully clothed? [InventorSpot] Keep reading »