In the kitchen at home. When you’re late and in a rush and grabbing a cup of coffee on the run, the vintage scale with weights and copper plates makes a good wig-stand for the powdered wig – at least temporarily. . . . . of course, things have been modified now and the wigs are… Read More Go Powder Me Puff . . . . Um, I Mean Puff Me Wig!
Love the rich and simple naivety inherent in these fun artworks and caricatures by Michel Sauve of Canada. Picked out a few legal/justice themed pieces reflecting the two themes: law and hockey. The Catch Michel Sauve: A caricaturist or a naive painter, this is a question often answered. Michel Sauvé leaves no one indifferent. His art is sometimes… Read More Lawya Art: Peintre Michel Sauvé
Even a piece of art can a barrister’s wig be. I have mentioned the powdered wig in various posts in this blog too many to link here. Check the related links below or enter ‘wig’ or ‘powdered wig’ or ‘Captain Cook’ or ‘cook look’ or ‘barristers wig’ in Search and you are sure to find some interesting… Read More Go powder your wig!
Courtroom Couture of formality and tradition means the lady lawyer must don her wig and robe for ‘the Captain Cook look’ as in this portrait from Ada Evans Law Chambers. The Law Report: When it comes to traditional wigs & robes, views in the legal community differ. Nic Angelov is a Sydney barrister. He makes the… Read More Lady Lawya Art: Courtroom Couture and ‘the Captain Cook look’