I like doing these. They’re fun for me, too.
How do you like Fozzie at the gates of Graceland? Because of this picture, I found out that Sesame Street did a number of skits about Elvis, and they are available to see on YouTube. I’ll probably do an Eye Candy post on them sometime.
Before seeing this picture, I’m pretty sure I could have listed the ten original inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. These were all my guys when I was a teen, except James Brown who came in later. The selection committee did good. The graphic designer for this montage did not, at least by my preferences.
Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard should have bigger pictures. To make room, Buddy Holly and The Everly Brothers should shrink down. Just saying.
Is this an amazing picture, or what? I love it. But it took a whole lot of angled rotation cropping, and other tricks to end up with this. Believe it or not, both these faces were originally connected to dog bodies. It was so bad.
Great concept, but you can’t split Heartbreak into two words. Blows the whole deal. The hanging basket could have been a nice touch, but it’s too close..
Here’s another sign about parking for Elvis. Not just one space, but a whole row.
You don’t often see Elvis figurines wearing a blue jumpsuit, so this one gets a plus for that. But there’s a big minus, too. Why is this Elvis holding a ballpoint pen in his mouth? Stupid. I’ll bet not many of these sold.
Speaking of Elvis jumpsuits, here are Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner wearing them in the 2001 movie 3,000 Miles to Graceland. Too bad they had to be bad guys. Do you remember how the bad guys in the old cowboy movies were always dressed in black? Take away the white scarf, and Costner’s jumpsuit is perfect for his character.
Okay, here we have a Mexican restaurant named Loco Elvis. I like the bar open to the street. How do you like the electrical wire job they have right overhead? Yikes.
At first I thought this was the outside of the 24 Hour Church of Elvis, but now I think this is the back wall of the church, and they had a lectern or something in front of it. Pretty weird.
This reminded me that I had once written about Oracle of the Plywood Elvis. Just for kicks, I opened that old post and clicked on the link that takes you to their website. Eleven years later, here is where that click takes you to:
I like the graphic design on this a lot. The slice of banana on the rim of the glass is outstanding. Here’s a true story. The first time I read the text at the bottom, I read it as:
PEANUG BUGGER & BANANA
Thanks to ElvisBlog subscriber Karen for sending this in.
And he likes Elvis. Good man. I own a black velvet Elvis picture. Do you?
About 20 years ago, there was a cartoon movie on TV called Quest for Camelot. This is supposed to be a two-headed dragon in a white jumpsuit playing Elvis singing “a hunka hunka burnin’ love.”
There is no real Elvis connection with the picture, but it is so well done. And I need to end this post with something good.
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