In pursuit of stellar penises, or What is famous for Cynthia "Plaster" AlbrittonPictolic
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Fans are determined and unpredictable people. They can follow their idol to the other side of the world by hitchhiking, climb into a hotel window for an autograph, or throw themselves under the wheels of a limousine for a moment of attention. But there are also special originals among them, such as Cynthia Albritton, who collected... star penises. (Caution, adult content).
No, Cynthia wasn't a bloodthirsty maniac with a sharp knife and a blood-soaked trophy bag. The girl collected casts of the penises of male rock stars and, sometimes, the breasts of female singers. To create her masterpieces, the girl used ordinary plaster, for which she remained immortalized in history as a "Plaster maker".
Cynthia is a college student and has not yet created anything masterpiece. 1965
Cynthia was a passionate lover of rock music and at the same time adored absolutely all the musicians who became famous in this field. It is unknown what prompted her to collect not autographs or even underwear of celebrities, namely plaster copies of penises, but the girl was determined to meet every celebrity and get the coveted cast.
They say that the young Albritton mastered the technology of casting from gypsum at school, at art lessons, when students were given the task to make a cast of something voluminous and solid. Of course, you need to be a very extraordinary person to find this skill, which is not very useful in everyday life, a serious application.
How young we were… The collection is growing, Cynthia and Diana are happy and full of creative plans
The first "victim" of Cynthia was Jimi Hendrix himself, who visited Chicago in the late 1960s with a concert. The girl did not know how to approach the star with a piquant request, and besides, she was also afraid to spoil the cast due to lack of practice. Therefore, she had to resort to the help of her friends, who kindly provided members for experiments.
Cynthia poses with her inventory. onethousandninehundredseventy
Everything went fine and soon the plaster member of the great guitarist became the first exhibit of the Albritton collection. This figure, slightly cracked (after all, the excitement affected), Cynthia always considered her most precious acquisition. Inspired by the first success, the "Gypsum Plasterer" continued her activities and was surprised to realize that not everything is so simple.
As it turned out, Hendrix was just the perfect "model", both in terms of compliance and purely technically. The following celebrities with whom the girl had to deal either shied away from her, feigning righteous puritanical anger or were afraid to provide a precious organ for manipulations they did not understand.
Cynthia and guitarist Bill Dolan (No. 67 in her collection)
Albritton later recalled that her most problematic client was Ainsley Dunbar— a famous drummer who played with David Bowie and many other stars. It was relatively easy to persuade him to create a cast, but the process itself was delayed. The drummer exhausted the girl a lot of nerves before he gave the go-ahead to "create".
He doubted all the time that his penis had grown in size and hardened enough to allow a skilled woman with a cast to come to him. Working on the "sculpture" exhausted Cynthia, but she was pleased that she had achieved her goal and did not miss a valuable copy.
There were disappointments in Cynthia's work. Pictured is Freddie Garritti, lead singer of Freddie and the Dreamers
Over time, Cynthia became a real celebrity and traveled around America with her partner Dayana and Canada, collecting plaster harvest in hotels, dressing rooms and just behind the scenes of concert halls. Her collection included members of Eddie Brigati from The Young Rascals, Beach Boys drummer Ricky Fataar, Zala Yavonka from Lovin' Spoonful and dozens of other iconic personalities.
Along the way, when female stars turned up under her arm, Cynthia made casts of their breasts, but she considered this idea only pampering. Star members — that was the main goal of the girl and her collection slowly but surely grew. Perhaps the girl should have become more adept at the genitals and moved on to something more serious, for example, to garden and park sculptures or busts of politicians, but she did not do it.
Cynthia explains the technology to one of the "clients" (a frame from the film)
It is known that Cynthia Albritton abandoned her hobby over time, and then returned from Los Angeles to Chicago, where there were fewer stars, but more chances to find a job. There, the "Plaster-maker" lived for many years, without reminding anyone of her once famous person.
The one, the debut one. Jimi Hendrix
The emboldened, no longer a young fan, again declared herself in certain circles, but to create new works she used a more durable bronze, in which she clothed fragile plaster copies. Surely now Cynthia regrets that she did not go into business earlier — now a member of Hendrix cast in metal is in great demand for $ 1,500 (115 thousand rubles), of course, with the autograph of the author.