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Cabinet of Curiosities

Renaissance art patrons liked to show off their educated taste, world travels and love of beautiful objects in cunning chests with many drawers and embellishments. These cabinets of curiosity were called “memory theater” and they held a little bit of everything.  Just like this page.

News & Media
“The Jazz Scene: Hot Tones, Francophones”
(September 2, 2011) Wall Street Journal
Inside GNSS Magazine
Engineering Solutions from the GNSS Community
“A Harlow for the New Era”
(August 31, 2011) New York Times
Emily Bergl
The Official Site of Actor Emily Bergl
“Only the Songs Remain the Same”
(September 28, 2012) New York Times
Motion Picture Costumers
IATSE Local 705
“Tough Cookie Takes Manhattan”
(May 7, 2012) New York Times
Screen Actors Guild
“Inside Opening of the 23rd New York Cabaret Cabaret Convention”
(October 18, 2012) Broadway World
Eco-conscious candles that support charities worldwide
“The Star Fitting Room: Part II”
Original Prop Blog Video Series
Interview with Sierra Bay Robinson
The Huntington
Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
“The Dress Detective, Case #735/b”
(June 2, 2009) The Gum
A short article chronicling my costume research adventures
The Institute of Navigation
Non-profit professional society dedicated to the advancement of the art and science of positioning, navigation and timing (PNT)
Useful, Interesting & Informative  
American Science & Surplus
On-line catalog of incredible and random stuff
Virtual model of the Augsburg “Cabinet of Curiosities”
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Custom printed fabric, wallpaper, decals & gift wrap
Costumer’s Manifesto
A wonderful informational and research tool for Costumers
Explore, document, and share your creations
Gear Template Generator
Exactly what is sounds like. Pretty cool.
DIY projects, how-tos, and inspiration from geeks, makers, and hackers
Incredible Things
Weird Products