Check the “Rose Gold” finish on the VIP Modular VSX210 wheels. It’s definitely an industry first and the latest addition to Project A3RO which should be completed shortly.
Right now you’re probably wondering if Dermablend works and all we have to say is watch the video.
Tattoos are meant to be shared and enjoyed and they’re a form of expression you never want to hide. But then again, sometimes mistakes happen for whatever reason. So if you’re looking to cover up a tattoo – at least temporarily then you can always try Dermablend.
About the commercial:
The L’Oréal-owned cosmetics brand hired Rick Genest, perhaps the world’s most recognizable full-body canvas, to star in its new spot from Montreal agency Agence Tuxedo—to prove just how well its makeup can conceal anything.
Better known as Zombie Boy, the undead-obsessed model has covered the majority of his person with tattoos meticulously designed to make him look like a walking, decomposing corpse. He’s landed roles in Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” video and a campaign for fashion brand Mugler, raising the public profile of his persona. But the Dermablend spot opens with Genest looking less maggot-infested—just another boring, brooding white guy with some metal in his face. Staring into the camera while trying fiercely to look defiant, he strips off his shirt and proceeds to engage in a stilted, ritualistic cleansing. First, he scrubs a layer of cover-up off his sternum. Then he rubs his face with a towel. With the help of a little video editing, his more familiar grinning-skull visage emerges from behind the cloth, and the ad launches into a reverse-time lapse, revealing a gaggle of artists painting Zombie Boy normal.
Team LMR and Kelly Bise still retain the record at the Texas Mile for the second time in a row. If you watch the video you’ll notice that there’s a huge loss of traction and it’s clearly evident that the car is hardly being pushed to it’s limits. If anything it’s got even more room to breathe and once Kelly’s done with all his final plans on his twin turbo Camaro it’s probably going to need flux capacitors because they’ll be taking y’all back to the future with the speeds they wants to reach. LOL.
Thanks to HighTechCorvette.com for the footage.
LOL….Traice hit it dead on with his comment.
Haters’ll talk, spread those rumors and tell those lies but in the end all it really shows is that their words truly hold no weight. Am I mad at ‘em? Nahh…why? I’m used to it and I see them as a crucial form of entertainment that helps time go by. In all reality, they’re kinda like cheerleaders. They’re cool to watch, add a little spice to the game but after half time it’s time to move on. Then again….cheerleaders are cool to look at so maybe it’s better to call them yell leaders. LOL. In all honesty you have to take it for what it is and in end what you’ll find is that most of the people that spend their time talking smack and starting static usually don’t get too far. For the most part their businesses crumble, their cliques fall apart and in the end it’s one big ball of internal combustion that produces….nothing….nothing but heat. So stay relevant and stay humble because you never know who you might be working for and you’d sure look like an ass if you became a runner for an industry you used to run.
If there was one simple rule to live by it would have to be this…..
“Be careful whose toes you step on today because they might be connected to the ass that can help – or hurt – you tomorrow.”
With SEMA 2011 right around the corner, these are the times when 24 hour days come with plenty of mixed emotions including hope, anguish, regret, happiness and full blown anxiety attacks. Ha ha… It’s at this same time that some will regret ever starting project vehicles while others hustle in high hopes as they get ready to bring the best they’ve got. Now all I’m going to say is that I’ve seen plenty of the cars that are being built and brought over and it’s safe to say that plenty of you mofos are bringing your A-Game.
All across the nation shops are burning the midnight oil and all I can say first hand is that there’s some really dope ass project vehicles in the works. While most don’t want to release pictures of their completed – or partial – projects, here’s two shots the fellas over at Ranz Motorsports were cool with me leaking. They’ve got some Goliath vehicles (both new and old school) in the works so stay tuned and we’ll see you up at the show.