Betsy Von Furstenberg by Mike Ludlow


Betsy Von Furstenberg

Artist: Mike Ludlow was a glamour illustrator who did much pin-up work in the late 1950s for Esquire. He painted the entire twelve-page calendar for 1957 – the last published by the magazine. His pin-ups also appeared in the series of three-page centerfolds known as Esquire’s Lady Fair. For these works, Ludlow often called on actresses like Virginia Mayo and popular personalities like Betsy Von Furstenberg in addition to professional models.
Ad works for Balantine Ale, Douglas Aircraft, RCA (classical LP covers). Story art for Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Family Circle.

Model:
Betsy von Furstenberg was born on August 16, 1931 in Neheim, West Phalia, Germany. She is a famous actress. She is very good in painting and riding. Betsy is also a good player of Tennis.

Betsy started her career as an actress with the famous movie “Donne senza nome” in which she played the role of Boshe in 1950. She acted in television series “Disappearing Trick” in which she played the role of Laura Gild in 1958.
Betsy played a lead role in the famous television series “Another World” which was released in 1964.

Read more: http://people.famouswhy.com/betsy_von_furstenberg/#ixzz1JtCj15BF

Copyright Nuttery


Nowadays the internet is the only place where you CAN NOT find anything for free.

Any skills in marketing is totally lost at the new generation of record company tycoons with a business degree from “World of Warcraft University”.

Robyn – Swedish + Me – Swedish = me not being able to watch her at YouTube (internet / Copyright logic). See ya at McDonals instead Robyn.

I wanted to watch a Swedish artist, performing live in Sweden before a Swedish audience who just drank some Swedish beer and had a Swedish hot dog, only to find out that i cant do that in Sweden???? I live in the wrong country.

In short, if i go to the right places i could dance with Robyn,  and buy her a drink, but if she performed in the same city a week later and that got posted on youTube i couldnt watch it without emigrating.

In the 80´s we taped ALL our favorite music from the radio and exchanged tapes with eachother. Yet albums sold like crazy. Hmmmmm???

I would always PAY to see / hear Robyn (or any other artist i appriciate).

Artists deserve to get payed for their work.

However, somewhere the whole artist / audience interaction has gotten lost and the little tycoons havent understood what people selling turnips in the middle ages knew: ADVERTICEMENT IS GOOD!

Everytime i post a video, or a picture on here or anywhere else i AM using somebody´s intellectual (hm???) property.

It IS free entertainement / information. But it is also something else, equally free, ADVERTISEMENT.

Video tapes and casette tapes didnt threaten the movie or record industries.

If the internet does so, YOU TYCOONS are doing something wrong.

If a nerd with zits, dowloading his favorite something,something, can prevent you from selling a product, YOU suck at your job.

Moonshine is never going to bankrupt the  Lagavullin Whisky destilleries.

People are always going to associate Jack Daniel´s and Harley Davidson with Rock N, Roll.

Is it a “rockier” beveridge or motorcycle? no!

Why? Marketing!

Artists DOES deserve to get payed and so does record companies or movie studios.

So if people download things for free, USE IT!

Do some economic judo and stop whining!

There are two ways of making someone lose interest, giving them what they want and not giving them what they want.

Making your product inaccesable is NOT going to do the trick.

Neither is relinquishing your copyright.

Letting US sell YOUR product FOR you might if you play it smart.