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This young auto designer was also a copy boy in the Los Angeles Times until his work at the Design Center in Pasadena sparked interest from Chrysler/Dodge in Detroit. They called him in to finish a design on the Dodge 12 cylinder Viper that had been deadlocked. Mendenhall posed him in this position after noticing that in fact the auto design had the exact curves of the designers brow and noee, who in fact had drawn part of his own profile unkowingly. This was a double exposure in which the dssigner ducked out of the way on the second exposure but the design was exposed both times.