• Sleeveface

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    Sleeveface is the art of “one or more persons obscuring or augmenting any part of the body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion.”


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    New York couple Christine and Justin paint things they want, and then sell the painting for the exact price of that item.

    So far it’s working out well for them. Bastards.

  • Nas knows how to market

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    The rumored new Nas album cover. The dude will go platinum by the title alone.

  • Pirate Exhibition Site Via Texturemedia

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    A playful, new online offering from texturemedia has just launched for an exhibition by National Geographic featuring the story of and relics from the pirate ship, Whydah. The exhibition is currently at the Cincinnati Museum Center in Ohio, set to travel the country soon, we presume.

    Surf the site here.

  • CP+B's Holiday Party Photos

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    This year’s theme: Circus, of course. Likely playing off the general atmosphere of the agency all 365 days of the year as well as their book, Hoopla (which you should get your hands on immediately if you haven’t). Check out some more shots here.

    If you have any shots of your own holiday debauchery you want us to post, send them our way as well.

  • Lakai Fully Flared

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    Best skate video intro ever? It’s a contender.

    (Thanks for the link, Steve.)

  • The Book of Spam Viral Promo

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    Dustin Black and Dan Armstrong, the creators of The Book of Spam (the food, not the email kind), came up what with an unconventional way of promoting their unusual book. They developed a promo video using 220 pieces of bread to tell the story. They call it Toastvertising. We call it genius. Check out the making of here.

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