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burnedshoes:

© Larry Sharkey / Los Angeles Times, Mar. 2, 1970, The Oscars
Cleave Sharry of Dodge Trophies Inc. of Los Angeles dips Oscar statuettes in layers of copper, nickel and gold. The company in 1970 was marking its 35th year of providing the trophies for the Academy Awards presentation.

This is a fitting death for the Oscars. They have made us suffer long enough.

burnedshoes:

© Larry Sharkey / Los Angeles Times, Mar. 2, 1970, The Oscars

Cleave Sharry of Dodge Trophies Inc. of Los Angeles dips Oscar statuettes in layers of copper, nickel and gold. The company in 1970 was marking its 35th year of providing the trophies for the Academy Awards presentation.

This is a fitting death for the Oscars. They have made us suffer long enough.

(Source: burnedshoes, via akapearlofagirl)