Polar Bear Desire

I should be a polar bear, but it's impossible

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Miss Havisham steps up to the microphone & sings, “I don’t wanna know your name, & I do want your private number baby, all I know that to me, you look like lots of fun, open up your loving arms, hear what’s up, what’s up, I set my sights on you (& no one else will do) & I have got to have my way now, baby, all I know is that to me, you look like you’re having fun, open up your loving arms, watch out, here I come, you spin me right round baby, right round like a record, baby, right round round round…I want your love…”

Looking south on 10th Avenue & 23rd Street, NYC, 21 August 2014, 7:30pm

Miss Havisham steps up to the microphone & sings, “I don’t wanna know your name, & I do want your private number baby, all I know that to me, you look like lots of fun, open up your loving arms, hear what’s up, what’s up, I set my sights on you (& no one else will do) & I have got to have my way now, baby, all I know is that to me, you look like you’re having fun, open up your loving arms, watch out, here I come, you spin me right round baby, right round like a record, baby, right round round round…I want your love…”

Looking south on 10th Avenue & 23rd Street, NYC, 21 August 2014, 7:30pm

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Miss Havisham owns the floor as she sings, “We do what we want, & as soon as it’s done, we just do it again, let’s do it all, & when we come down, we just do it again, don’t care what they say, it hurts so good, I don’t wanna stop, I know I should, but let’s do it again…”

23rd Street & 10th Avenue looking west, NYC, 20 August 2014, 7:38pm

Miss Havisham owns the floor as she sings, “We do what we want, & as soon as it’s done, we just do it again, let’s do it all, & when we come down, we just do it again, don’t care what they say, it hurts so good, I don’t wanna stop, I know I should, but let’s do it again…”

23rd Street & 10th Avenue looking west, NYC, 20 August 2014, 7:38pm

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I spent the afternoon with my goddaughter today.  When I picked her up, she gave me this great picture of her and me holding hands.  She is the great joy of my life and I thank god everyday for her.  She saved me.

I spent the afternoon with my goddaughter today.  When I picked her up, she gave me this great picture of her and me holding hands.  She is the great joy of my life and I thank god everyday for her.  She saved me.

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Miss Havisham moves across the floor with animal grace & animal lust singing, “One more time, let’s do it again, blow my mind, do it again, and then it arrives the moment before the anticipation, it’s like um-um-um, wait for it, wait for the build up, and then let’s do it again…”

23rd Street & 10th Avenue, NYC, looking west, 20 August 2014, 12:54pm

Miss Havisham moves across the floor with animal grace & animal lust singing, “One more time, let’s do it again, blow my mind, do it again, and then it arrives the moment before the anticipation, it’s like um-um-um, wait for it, wait for the build up, and then let’s do it again…”

23rd Street & 10th Avenue, NYC, looking west, 20 August 2014, 12:54pm

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devenishgroup:

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week:

What is this object?

What is its function?

What is its country of origin?

What materials are used to make it?

When was it made?

Answers to the Previous Detective Wedgwood Warhol Post:

These objects are a pair of porcelain female figures.

These figures are made of porcelain.

The figures were designed by Robert Ullman c. 1939-1940.

They were manufactured by Meissen.

Art Deco

 
This pair recently sold at Doyle in June 2014 for $3,125 which was more than double its high estimate.

Detective Wedgwood Warhol!

devenishgroup:

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week:
What is this object?
What is its function?
What is its country of origin?
What materials are used to make it?
When was it made?
Answers to the Previous Detective Wedgwood Warhol Post:
These objects are a pair of porcelain female figures.
These figures are made of porcelain.
The figures were designed by Robert Ullman c. 1939-1940.
They were manufactured by Meissen.
Art Deco

This pair recently sold at Doyle in June 2014 for $3,125 which was more than double its high estimate.

Detective Wedgwood Warhol!

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