Wednesday, April 23, 2014
It was a dark and stormy night.
No, wait. Let's try that again.
It was a beautifully warm, if windswept day. We were in between costume changes for a fashion shoot on the streets of Soho. (More about that in the near future; nothing about that today, no matter how much money you try to beguile us with.) When what to our wondering eyes should appear but a pink truck that spoke volumes to us.
Time for a selfie!
We were both wearing sunglasses with no prescriptions in them, and in a bit of a hurry to get back to the studio for our next costume change, so we just whipped out the camera, aimed (sort of), and hoped for the best.
Later, when our prescription lenses were back in place, we noticed that the wind had set our hats a bit askew (both should be lower and more forward on the head), but, hey - the truck gives us - um - license.
Some days later, we tracked Quirky down (still with a view toward possibly getting a better photo), and discovered that Quirky is a company dedicated to bringing new inventions to market at the grassroots level. How cool is that?
Wanna know more? We did. Click here for Quirky's website. Then invent something. Or support a starving inventor.