Skip to comments.Elliott Puckette and Hugo Guinness : Artists [NY Times Style Magazine Photo]
Posted on 11/18/2004 4:34:42 PM PST by aculeus
The artists Elliott Puckette and Hugo Guinness entertain often in their rambling Brooklyn town house. ''Young and old, domestic and imported, gay or straight, all are welcome,'' Guinness says. ''Most of our friends seem to be artists of one sort or another, poets, priests, plumbers, that sort of thing. I try to look pleased to see them, give them a drink and then disappear.'' Puckette, a Tennessee native, loves to prepare down-home dishes, like Brunswick stew and grits souffle. And for tabletop accouterments, the couple looks no farther than the Bowery in downtown Manhattan for ''everything you could possibly need for a party: plates, vases, tablecloths and antlers,'' says Guinness.
Photo by Robert Maxwell
Bunny with the pancake on its head, please.
Well isn't that special
LOL I actually laughed til my sides hurt on that one. I haven't seen the bunny for some time.
Fashion note: Elliott's scarf carefully placed ... to hide Adam's apple.
Uh, Elliott's not a man, despite the name.
She fooled me.
elliot is a she ...........
If you are insinuating she is really a "he," you are wrong.
Got awfully big feet for a woman. Look at them. Canoes.
I think this is a two pancake thread - one for each of 'em
Hey! Big-footed women can take dainty-feet, stiletto elites any day! Don't mess with a big-footed woman! Few people know this, but Cinderella was really a size 12. That's why her step-sisters couldn't fill the bill.
Not to mention the shoulders, forearm, hands and a masculine face.
BTW, it wasn't the first name that first led me to suspect, while reading the print version, that Elliott was a M to F transvestite or simply a guy in drag. It was the photo.
Also, a young woman wears a head scarf for an "indoor" shoot in a "Style" magazine?
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