Wednesday, December 21, 2011
A shoes shop in rue Castiglione, near Place Vendôme, Paris (France).
Original way to decorate a showcase in one of the zones of more expensive stores of Paris. The shoes are cool, in the two meanings of the word.
Dedicated to scaamanho, so that he sees that he is not the unique one in inflicting the law: there was an enormous signal of prohibition to make photos alongside of this showcase.
Had to go to an ARC conference in Oxford. When Rod knelt down to write stuff on the floor I saw his cool shoes. So I ran and took a photo. I had to assure him that I wasn't taking pictures of his bum.
On a side note, it's important to see how this picture is slightly blurry. This wouldn't have happened if I had image stablizer.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Love these handmade Holly slippers for an infant.
Please check my profile for find out where you can find this wonderful booties!
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Joey Vela custom painted one of a kind Van's shoe right side. Sockshop and Shoe Company is proud to present another night of Art, Wine, and Shoes.
Danny Sun's custom painted Van's for the Art, Shoe and Wine event at the
Sockshop & Shoe Company with local artists providing a splendid night of Art, Wine & Shoes.
Join us for a silent auction to benefit a great cause. All proceeds to benefit Homeless Services Center.
Food and drink provided by Chocolate.
Music provided by Blake Redding.
Elton John Heads World Aids Day; Substance, Style And Passion At Circular Quay, Sydney
Musical genius Elton John appeared at an intimate gathering tonight made up of supporters in the fight against AIDS at Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay, Sydney.
It's all part of World AIDS Day, and John's appearance no doubt helped draw the right news media, Sydney business elite and humanitarians to the venue on little over 24 hours notice from what we understand.
The artist is fresh off two appearances at The Star (ex Star City Casino) The Lyric which was on the 26th and 27th October.
Tonight it was a case of style, substance and passion (including some well placed passionate cuss words from Mr John) over style (not that there wasn't style in the room - there sure was), but everyone knew that real action was required. John is actually the head fundraiser of his own Elton John Foundation. There was no real publicity stunt (unless you wanted to include John's passionate and well placed colourful cussing which helped emphasise importance and realness of the issues).
John commended Australia on not letting AIDS become a political scoring match, but something that brought everyone together. He said he believed some stigma still existed with the topic of AIDS, but that people knew it was "not just a faggots disease anymore."
VIP's took to the stage to back up John's quest included Hon Anthony Albanese MP Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Hon Jillian Skinner MP NSW Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research and Bill Bowtell Executive Director: Pacific Friends of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
To close off the event John cut the ribbon and the Sydney Opera House lit up in beautiful red to commemorate World Aids Day. An impressive fireworks display alongside our Opera House followed, and the VIP's kindly made themselves available to photographers and other media.
Public thanks to Elton John, Nick (media) and Will (for the wonderful red ribbons).
A big congrats to John and his team for their ongoing great work in their quest to find a cure to AIDS and other serious social challenges.
Elton John official website
Overseas Passenger Terminal Venue Management
Pacific Friends of the Global Fund
Sydney Opera House
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
Eva Rinaldi Photography
Media Man News
Music News Australia