Go to work, come home

  • Posted Nov. 3, 2008 by Tommy Bowser Viewed 1759 times
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Typically I do not post pictures of my work, but it seems like lately, I have been there too much to not post some. We are in the middle of doing some huge projects for the Senator John Heinz History Museum right now. The new exhibit opens next week, and it will be up for the next ten years.

A lifesize Rosie the Riveter that will be displayed at the Museum. This things looks exactly like a real person. It is actually quite scary.

We printed this big image at work. This image is known worldwide as Rosie the Riveter, but actually, it ain't her! Look it up on Wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosie_the_Riveter [en.wikipedia.org]

She hits hard for a mannequin. Or a womannequin.

People that fancy themselves as ghost-chasers go into so-called haunted places and snap photos. When they get the photos developed, they often see “orbs” like the one floating above Kalle. These idiots consider these orbs to be dead souls or supernatural dots or something. I consider them dust or condensation.

Read about orbs here:

http://theshadowlands.net/ghost/orbs.htm [theshadowlands.net]

She is so awesome.

After a tough day at work, it is good to come home and use your dog as a pillow.


This helps me relax after work. I always enjoy taking photos of beer.

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      2008.11.05 Edited

      Yes, she does look "real"--when I first saw it I thought it was your Halloween party post. What a great costume idea....