Saturday, July 18, 2020

Nuts and Bolts -- "Rhoda" and "Catwoman"

An amusing Photoshop artist recently added nuts and bolts and various cast-off junk to one of Julie's Catwoman portraits. She was delighted, and put it on Facebook:

As she always does, she made sure to give "credit to the clever," and who knows, the publicity might help this guy do for junk-garbage what Warhol did for soup cans.

The image recalls another artwork of metallic objects: Rhoda the Robot as envisioned in the opening "My Living Doll" credits:

It's been said that a great performer could get attention "reciting the phone book."

Yes, and a bombastic beauty like Julie Newmar can look good even wearing hunks of metal junk!


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