In my original post about Pete Goldlust – Crayons and Mutations
One of the comments said…“I am glad I do not know this man. He is morbid. I thought I was in a Star Wars movie! Who will ever forget the singer with only lips and eyes for a head and a neck so small she could have never consumed enough to sustain her body which was all butt and hugeeee?!!! Where does my daughter go to arrive with her content for her blog? Needless to say, this was not my favorite, LOL.“
I found this response from my own mother hilarious. I TOTALLY loved these creations by Pete Goldlust. You’ll have to click the link and look at the other photos on the original posting. They were reminiscent of something in my past.
When I was younger, I worked in a Dental Laboratory. You know, the place where they make crowns and bridges. Those lovely “fake” teeth that we have to purchase sometimes. Anyway, among the first steps in this creative process is to make a model of the person’s mouth. This model is made of plaster. It is kept slightly thicker than liquid so that it will pour well, but it sets up rather fast. In order to keep the bubbles out of the model, it is placed on a little vibrating machine. If any of the plaster is dripping down the edge of the bowl, it vibrates into little masses that look EXACTLY like the rolling creatures of Pete Goldlust!
I love them!
It also reminds me of marshmallows and I do love sweets…yummmmmmmmy