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    The Science of Sex: What's the Difference between Clone-a-Willy's Silicone and Those Tubes of '100% Silicone' in Hardware Stores?

    penis kit casting silicone

    When it comes to casting body parts, you don't ever want to use one of those industrial silicones found at places like Home Depot.  Why not?  Because they're NOT SAFE for your body.  Aside from that, they won’t be able to capture any fine details, they're relatively unstable, and they'll shrink and/or deform during cure.

    They're not body safe

    The tubes of silicone you see in hardware stores are indeed silicone, but they're what's called condensation-cure or tin-cure silicones, not addition cure silicones like those used in body casting.  Though based on the same core structure: silicone+hydrogen+oxygen+carbon, the way each cures or hardens makes them essentially two entirely different materials. 

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    Worship the Temple: A History of Body Molding

    From Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs and Greek Heroes to Beethoven and groupies, the history of body molding is full of idolization.
     
    Death Masks
    Rooted in the idealization of the dead, ancient Egyptians believed in the preservation of the body through mummification. In order for the departed soul to return to its body, it needed to recognize itself, so the Egyptians created a mask of the deceased’s face. Though the early masks weren’t molded from the faces themselves—the mummification process preserved the features of the deceased—the masks were molded over the mummified faces and painted to the likeness of the deceased. In reality, the images painted were exaggerated features of the dead in order to elevate them to the level of gods. These masks, originally made from wood, were most commonly made from cartonnage; a linen or papyrus soaked in plaster and then molded on wood. For royalty, however, the death masks were created from gold or gold leaves on bronze and decorated with the semi-precious stone, lapis lazuli.

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    Inside the Empire: Meet Our Graphic Designer!

    What is your name?
    My grandmother likes to Google too much for you to know.
    What city were you born in?
    Santa Monica, California
    How long have you lived in Portland?
    1 year
    How long have you worked at Empire Labs (Clone-A-Willy)?
    Not sure...
    Have you ever cloned your willy and/or other body parts?
    Nope!
    Who would play you in a movie?
    Anyone in Caddy Shack
    If you had to sing karaoke, what would your go-to song be?
    When you're not working at Empire, what are you doing?
    Drinking cocktails at the top of the Big Pink. Or at Oaks Park.
    What is your biggest pet peeve?
    Bad smells
    Cats or dogs?
    Kittens
    Burrito or burger?
    Tator tots
    Ocean or mountains?
    Beach
    Pepsi or coke?
    Coke 
    Britney or Christina?
    Shakira 
    Can you play an instrument?
    Pan flute 
    Do you speak any other language?
    The Language of Love. 
    If you could be the opposite sex for one day, what would you do?
    NO! Whatever I don't know about them I want to keep a mystery. 
    If you could mold any part of your body, what would it be?
    I would mold my neck and the back of my head so I'd have a mold I could rest my head on. 
    What would you want your last words to be before you leave this earth?
    I see the light! 
    Is there anything else we should know about you?
    Glow in the Dark is my favorite Clone-A-Willy!