Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Layla Grayce Pin to Win $1,000 Contest!

Hi All,

Anyone up for a contest?

Layla Grayce recently announced the arrival of their exclusive, online collection of Bunny Williams Home furnishings. This new line of settees, chairs, mirrors, table lamps, side tables and more are beautifully handcrafted and bring a creative balance to the home.

To celebrate this new line, Layla Grayce is hosting a Pin to Win $1,000 contest!

What do you get if you win?

One lucky winner receives $1,000 towards ANY Bunny Williams Home furnishings AND a personalized room design consultation with a member of the Bunny Williams design team!

So, get out there and get pinning because this contest ends Friday, February 21, 2014.

Click here for more information on the contest and to enter.

Have fun pinning & good luck!!

Until next time,



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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Nearly Naked Man on Campus

Hello Everyone,

No doubt you've all heard of 'big man on campus' but 'nearly naked man' --- um, WTF?

Yeah, that was pretty much my reaction this morning when I saw a news report of a nearly naked man on the Wellesley College grounds in Boston, MA. Turns out it wasn't a real man in his underwear, but a statue called "Sleepwalker" by artist Tony Matelli. The life-like sculpture was positioned beside a road on the all-female college campus --- SHEESH!!! --- to draw attention to a new exhibit by Matelli at the campus museum. I guess putting up some posters wasn't enough?

Anyway, there are pictures all over the web of this sculpture. As you can see from the images I have posted here, the figure looks quite real, but more like a Zombie than a man sleepwalking -- at least to me. What do you guys think?

Furthermore, if I was a female student at that college and came across what looked like a very much alive and almost naked male stranger -- especially during the evening -- I'd be totally creeped out!!

Yep, this is one really bizarre publicity stunt, but I guess it worked if it's being reported all over the internet. And, despite a petition to have a the statue removed, it's not going away any time soon because the Matelli exhibit is on until July 20th. I think having the sculpture around that long will spark some crazy student related stunts in the upcoming months, don't you? A whole lot of Mr. Dress Up, if you ask me. :)

Until next time,


Image credits: thewashingtonpost.com & elle.com
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