She was a damn good dragonator- so good I didnt know if she was actually a man pretending to be a woman but really she was a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman- and that in itself was totally camp and hilarious.
She put on a wig, these 6 inch higheels, tons of makeup, false eyelashes and glitter; then started strutting around singing Liza Minelli, Barbara Streisand and Cher songs.
That dragonator did drag better then any of those soho queens- fierce!
A collaborator, catalyst, muse and dominatrix mixed into one.
Someone you ad or bring into the mix at an early stage of creative development when you feel something is missing but you just don't know what.
A confidante who will inspire you to get out of bed in the morning and start what you finished, or make something new and even better.
A modern-day artist's muse who actually gets some credit (rather then the tortured silent suffering uncredited muses of yesteryear.)
Coca-Cola employed a major ad agency to develop their new campaign but it wasnt until a collaboratrix was called into the office, that the team really got their pitch together.
A collaboratrix catalyses ideas in the people she agrees/decides to work with.
A collaboratrix's work involves brainstorming, goal setting, bringing out the best in people and being spontaneious.
The talented genius worked alone in his little studio painting everyday, once he met a collaboratrix his art was taken to a whole new level- global exhibitions, magazine spreads and a lot of buzz followed.
The collaboratirx is more goal focused andbossier then an old-fashioned muse.
To be a collaboratrix you have to be able to put your ego to one side and focus on win-win ideas and solutions.
Collectible, nostalgia inducing products, artworks or people.
At some point mass produced and at a later point rising in value and sentimentality.
Souvenires, paraphernalia and memorabilia.
written off as junk by the untrained eye. Appreciated as naive and beautiful by those wityh a discerning eye and a refined sense of aesthetic.
The artwork of Jeff Koons, David La Chappelee and Pierre et Gilles is so Kitsch!
Essentially anything collectible is Kitsch.
At first glance this may seem like a pile of junk, but it is actually a large collection of collectibles and kitsch which people will probably pay a lot of money for on ebay.