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Bell & Howell Filmo ? 75 The beautiful Filmo 75 is a 16mm movie camera, produced in Chicago beginning in 1928. It was intended for amateur use, but the quality of its construction makes it easy to see why Bell & Howell cameras were the tools of choice for Hollywood studios in the early days of motion pictures. Although rather heavy by today's standards, the 75 was quite compact for its time, and was marketed as a ladies' camera. Its ornate leather covering was available in Walnut Brown, Ebony Black, and Silver Birch (seen here).
Fantasy Taxidermy: Unicorn. The picture displayed is of "Ulrich the Unicorn" or my first taxidermy piece. He weighs approximately 8 lbs mounted on the wall. He is made from a taxidermy form, sculpey, alpaca wool, glass eyes, paint, wood and just a bit of blood, sweat and tears. He is the size of a small white tail buck.
liquidnight: Though Caroline was embarrassed by her mother’s total disregard for safe food handling guidelines, her friend the fox couldn’t wait to roll around in that big pile of deer entrails that dear old mum was slowly amassing in the sewing room. [photo via Fantomatik]