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Beth Ostrosky Doesn’t Like Howard Stern Tweeting Nakey Photos Of Her

“He’s taken up a new hobby, photography. I’ll be in the bathtub, and there he is, with the camera, and suddenly the pictures are up on Twitter. We have a new policy: He can take all the pictures he likes, but I have to be able to approve the ones that he tweets out.”

—Beth Ostrosky Stern, aka the wife of Howard Stern explains that she isn’t too happy when he tweets photos of her in various states of undress. This sounds like a very sound new policy to us. [NY Post]
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Guess Which Company’s Advertisement Now Boasts This Racy Photo

At first glance, this racy pic looks like a lingerie ad or at least a fashion spread from a high style magazine. But it’s for neither of those things. In fact, this photo doesn’t exactly have a lot to do with the company—at least not in our opinion. Find out what it’s for after the jump. [WWD] Keep reading »

Man Embeds Camera In The Back Of His Head

NYU photography professor Wafaa Bilal was one of 23 brave souls who agreed to have surveillance cameras embedded in the backs of their heads as part of an art project called “The Third Eye.” The images recorded on the cam will be streamed to a live feed at the Arab Museum of Modern Art in Qatar. Wafaa plans to leave the camera on at all times — including sexytime. Whoa, just whoa. Keep reading »

Lagerfeld’s Bacchanalian Calendar Shoot Includes Man With Golden Bulge

For the 2011 Pirelli Calendar (an artsy annual that’s featured the original work of Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, and Mario Testino, to name a few), Karl Lagerfeld took over as photographer to create a Grecian-inspired shoot. The photos recall an age of ancient decadence. Think: lots of ivy headdresses, sculpted Michelangelo-like bodies and minimally clothed trios.

And, of course, a man with a golden penis. See the slightly NSFW pic after the jump. [Trendland] Keep reading »

You Wear What You Eat

They say you are what you eat, but to photographer Ted Sabarese, you also wear what you eat. For this food-fashion project, the artist collaborated with designers to create clothing (or something like it) out of foods the models said they ate. Could you imagine walking around dressed in a representation of your daily breakfast? (“Can you tell me … do these Eggo waffles make my butt look fat?”)

Also involved in the shoot were former “Project Runway” contestants Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault, who created a stunningly elaborate artichoke leaf gown. Check it and other designs out after the jump. [PSFK] Keep reading »

Terrible Food Photographed Terribly

Ever pick up an old cookbook and marvel at how unappetizing all the recipes are? Aspic? Cold cuts and canned fruit? Maraschino cherries and boiled hot dogs? The Flickr group “Gee, That Food Looks Terrible” aims to catalog some of the truly disgusting food from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Like this broiled ham and lima bean casserole, which has the pallid hue of a seasick sailor. Thanks, but we’ll pass. After the jump, three more delightfully unpleasant vintage recipe images. [Gee, That Food Looks Terrible] Keep reading »

Quick Guide: How To Get Photographed By The Sartorialist

The Sartorialist is chock-full of impossibly cool and beautiful people looking impossibly cool and beautiful, and we’ve often wondered just what it takes to get noticed by Sartorialist blogger Scott Schuman’s discerning eye. Wonder no more: this handy and hilarious chart offers up a surefire way to get noticed, and photographed, by the world’s coolest style blogger. Check it out after the jump. [I Love Charts] Keep reading »

The Perfect Pop

Photographer Edward Horsford has really good timing — which is how he’s able to take such jaw-dropping photos of balloons as they pop. Incredibly, Horsford works alone, using a timer and a flash to capture the absolute perfect balloon-popping moment. We love how he captures the balloon’s moment of release. [Neatorama] Keep reading »

Barneys Wants You To Have A Very Foodie Holiday

Not sure about you, but the first thing we think of when contemplating our holiday shopping is rubbing some luxury cashmere with raw seafood. At least Nobuyoshi Araki sees eye to eye with us. Check out some of the photographer’s work for Barneys‘ holiday campaign in all its foodie goodness, after the jump! [High Snobette] Keep reading »

Anonymous Street Artist Wins TED Award For His Moving Public Work

Anonymous street artist JR was awarded a $100,000 TED Prize this week for his impressive public art endeavors. JR makes intensely large photographs, which he then wheat pastes into a variety of locales, transforming his surroundings. The photo above is from an installation he did in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. After the jump, check out a video of the artist’s “Women Are Heroes” work, which was pasted up in Paris, and features blown-up images of women during wartime. The piece turns the typical male gaze on its head by featuring the eyes of women peering over the water. The wheat pastes were left up even as they deteriorated. Keep reading »

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