From MAD magazine
How HOUSE AND GARDEN would caption a tabloid photograph of a sleazy murder:
"The luxury of penthouse living is clearly demonstrated in the apartment of the late New York stockbroker, Irving Finster. Decorated in contrasting tones of lavender and orange, the tastefully appointed living room combines modern beauty with Victorian absurdity. Furniture is by Hans Farshimmelt, carpeting is by Rancid, and draperies are by The Window. Entire room is set off by Chartreuse-tinted indirect lighting. Entire apartment is set off by Dynamite."