20 years old. college sophmore. USA.more? firstname.lastname@example.org
fourth interview- carology eats danger
Date: 10.02.2008 Time: 11:21 PM
i chose carology eats danger to interview because i noticed her wit shined from her sets. She mixes colors like a genius and makes collages that leave me breathless. Theyre very crazy but always fun to look at. this is a little about her.
1. Well, my name's Carolyn. I live in the not-so lovely patch of earth known to some as Connecticut, in the USA. I'm a student, aspiring singer/songwriter. It'd be awesome to say that I'm a muse to someone, but I don't really think I am. Uh, lover not a figher, but I fight for what i love. Speaking of love... I wouldn't say I'm in love, but it's pretty damn close, if you know what I mean. Those sappy pop songs only make my ears bleed slightly now. 2. Fashion- I adore anything vintage- I have... most of my great-grandmother's old purses, which i covet and have possibly named. I love mixing textures that you don't think would go well together but do. Favorite Designer? Uhmmm, I don't have one, but I admire Betsey Johnson for her insanity. I hate anything preppy- My town is one that screams 'Ralph Lauren Lilly Pulitzer Vineyard Vines' and I'm sorry, but I loathe people who think that Abercrombie and Bitch is worth the price tag. Ok, I'll get off my little rant now. =] 3.I was on Yahoo! Answers- Yes, I am a cool cat, thank you for asking- and there was a question about someone wanting someone to make a set for them. So I was like 'WHAT IS THIS DELIGHTFUL WEBSITE' and within the week... uh, day. uh, hour, I was addicted.
4.I use Polyvore for just about anything. I love making art sets, the kind that make you tilt your head and wonder what exactly was in that water you just drank. Of course I use it for the fashion collages- Dolce and Gabbana at my fingertips?!?! Yes, please! I also am using it to make a scrapbook page for a school project. 5.I basically just get on the computer everyday and check fffffound.com's new items- they're so fun to work with, and there's this certain feeling of adapted and obstructed yet raw beauty to some of the pictures that makes them incredible to mess with. Finding items for art sets is easy- I just find something that doesn't have definite edges and then play with it behind one main picture, which is normally of a person. For clothes sets, I just check the new things each day, and click on the next arrow until I'm ensconced in stuff I've never seen before.
6.Oh god, the 50 item rule, of course. But ya know, Polyvore is awesome as it is, and I'll survive.
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