by Penny Martin .

The magical hands of Hegarty create some anticipation for the first look of the day

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11 comments

  1. JereV
    13:16 27 Sep 2007
    Lots of mystique! I really got hooked on this one...
  2. Lie
    14:56 27 Sep 2007
    I know fantastic vibrating sounds! brilliant
  3. GalileosUniverse
    16:53 27 Sep 2007
    ....evocative....
  4. KarlFuler
    23:10 29 Sep 2007
    evocative? Of what exactly? What a heap of wanque!
    Grow up!!!
    Karl xx
  5. GalileosUniverse
    07:56 30 Sep 2007
    ....first look it up in the dictionary....you are a UK native ..?.. aren't you ? so I assume that English grammar must be your forte ? MR clever "ARTIST '...I'm wondering who needs to grow up. LOL!....
    The qualifications you adress to me I find funny .....Love people like you...go on...make my day !! LOL!!... ( you happen to be Nr. 4 on the list as a matter of fact )
    EVOCATIVE |adjective bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind : powerfully evocative lyrics | the building's cramped interiors are highly evocative of past centuries. DERIVATIVES evocatively adverb evocativeness noun ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Latin evocativus, from evocat- called forth, from the verb evocare (see evoke ).
    EVOCATIVE: reminiscent, suggestive, redolent; expressive, vivid, graphic, powerful, haunting, moving, poignant.
  6. GalileosUniverse
    08:30 30 Sep 2007
    PS....Please forgive me for the 'intrusion' and curiosity....but could you elaborate more on the following that you have written in your profile, if you can ...as I always like to understand the minds of intellectual 'grown ups ' like you...we all in the forum might learn something new and useful...thanks in advance for your contribution ! :):)
    KARL FULLER - ARTIST
    Last updated 22:41 Fri 28 Sep 2007
    ' I am interested in contemporary thinking in the world of fashion in how it relates the ASR theory of evolutionary psychology.'
  7. KarlFuler
    10:46 30 Sep 2007
    Evocative - yes indeed! I didn't mean it to be taken so literally - just the sentiment. Don't be so sensitive!
    Yes, I am interested in how instinctive influences urge us to gain status to gain respect, against our selfish interests (as intelligent modern humans). I am interested in people involved in fashion to see how these influences manifest themselves and adapt in a modern context - fashion is such a great subject for this.
    I hope that helps
    Karl
  8. GalileosUniverse
    11:07 30 Sep 2007
    ....that is a good one ...hahahhahahah...but sensitive ?...with your answer I wonder who is sensitive ..LOL!...just kidding !:):)
    ...anyhow .....I love to put people's minds to work......yes respect...that is a very tricky word...respect is something you earn...but I'm not quite sure if status has anything with it....I have more respect for a street cleaner than for someone who acquires status by creating...'illusions'...of self importance
    Glad to see your senses are working well and I enjoyed your answer...thanks ...LOL!....
  9. GalileosUniverse
    13:54 30 Sep 2007
    ...following your personal interest...perhaps you should look at these fashion images that have create great controversy in the world of fashion imaginary...perhaps 'status' can be created/ achieved by being...'shocking and sensation seeking'...or by ' purely artistic interest '.....be the judge... I believe in human dignity....as in...respect... without being or wanting to be moralistic...perhaps too complicated to explain and follow in this case :):): but then again I couldn't let it go because of what you wrote about ..'respect'.....after all the artist is involved in.... fashion...:):)...just a thought.....
    http://www.style.it/cont/vogue/photo/default.asp
  10. KarlFuler
    14:26 30 Sep 2007
    Thanks for the photos. I can't see why they should have been controversial within the world of fashion as I think they sum up alot of the problems of fashion quite nicely. I'll see if I can find out more about what was said about them.
    Yes, I agree, the respect of dignity, empathy & understanding is what we need. However, so much of our culture is based on a respect of admiration and deference. This is what interests me. This is what is so important to examine and to address.
  11. GalileosUniverse
    09:14 1 Oct 2007
    ....U > R > Welcome !......

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