What happens when da-eYe meets Wendy Brandes? The WendyB pose happens. da-eYe struck the Wendy Brandes Pose and we love it! Everything started when we read: WendyB Called. She Wants Her Pose Back. After she wrote about *bitches* stealing her trademark crossed-leg pose, she encouraged all the wimmins to go for the full-on pose in Strike My Pose, There’s Nothing to It! VOGUE!
We loved the idea, shared it with Max (we wished for a minute she would be the one striking the pose, in vain) but da-eYe took on the challenge eventually. Everything is explained in Max’s post below; Wendy commented: ‘I’m honored! (And having fits of laughter.)‘ and we have to say we also laugh heartily at Max’s da-eYe’s humor.
You can comment on Max’s Blog and say what you think of da-eYe and his pose!
2011 is ‘da-year’! da-eYe is back as we can read on his website, and he wants you to know. On Dec 10th last year, the observing eye from the mid-Eighties went Barefoot Against Poverty to support the Every Human Has Rights Campaign.Now, on a totally different topic, the waggish da-eYe decided to strike the pose, the Wendy Brandes Pose to be precise.
Wendy Brandes, also known as WendyB, is a talented jewelry designer, whose fine jewelry line is very popular; the Sama Gazette has mentioned her several times. And apparently, da-eYe is not insensible to Wendy’s work and charming enthusiasm. That’s why he decided (with a little help, I have to admit) to take on the challengeand to strike the famous WendyB pose.
Here is his tribute: a photo of da-eYe was taken in the street, hands on hips, crossed legs. But no red lips, no toothy smile and no leopard print into his pose. da-eYe is not phased by anything and he is full of surprise; posing like WendyB was no problem for him. He even signed ‘With Love’ so maybe if I had insisted a little bit more, he would have worn the leopard print ^_^
Below, the photo published in the latest edition of da-eYe’s Dairy!