Girl as René Magritte's painting 'Collective Invention,' - reverse mermaid "I went as the subject of René Magritte's painting 'Collective Invention,' better known by Google as the 'reverse mermaid.' It's the woman with the head of a fish. I made the costume myself — with a concealed harness made of leftover curtain tape, a couple of bent wire hangers that formed a frame to support the fish head, and a lot of stretch lamé."
Who Invented The Light Bulb? Thomas Edison, Right? Wrong.