A store owner in New Orleans gets the word out.
The above ad space can be yours for a mere $20.00. The space belongs to Seattle-based geek, Chris Pirillo. Pirillo reports that 85 people have so far paid to have their message emblazoned on his chest. That’s an extra $1700 in walking around money. Not bad.
If you’re a street artist looking for a blank canvas, Diesel wants to cut you loose on a big wall in Berlin, Germany. The jeans maker is asking artists to submit ideas for the public space via their Temporary Art Award promotion. Following two triumphant assaults on the 360M2 Wall in the center of Milan, [...]
Lewis Lazare: It’s not easy trying to be cool in Chicago. As we reported previously, Axe deodorant recently went to a lot of trouble to hire a legitimate local, but unidentified artist to create graffiti mural ads for the product at several locations around the city. But it didn’t take long for a band of [...]
Anti spam solution provider, Mail Frontier, is advertising in bathrooms. Thanks to Room 116 for the post.
from Rebecca Bolin at Law Meme: A group of undergraduates painted the whole area in front of the main library with a bright Yale blue and white Louis Vuitton
Bensimon-Byrne, a Toronto agency working on Molson, Scotia Bank and Ottawa Renegades, among other accounts, have hired Brendan Watson and Jana Ranjitkumar as a creative team. After meeting with David Rosenberg, creative director at Bensimon-Byrne, Brendan and Jana followed up by baking and delivering a cookie in the shape of the “flying-H” Hyundai logo, an [...]
Thinking of going out for a few drinks in New York City tonight? “For the average person, gaining entry to a Manhattan night club can be an exquisite form of cruelty. There’s the velvet rope that separates the hip from the hoi polloi. There’s the seething crowd waving worthless invitations and begging for admittance. There’s [...]
Engadget points to this hack, whereby one’s iPod can be made to record high quality audio–something Apple does not want you to do. The hacker says, “I suspect the next version of the iPod won
Martin Cortez points to this outdoor board placed by Champaign, IL-based hip hop label, Up A Notch Records in the name of a fictional parents organization, Coalition of Responsible and Attentive Parents (C.R.A.P). The label then encouraged a student group, Urbana Champaign Hip Hop Congress to deface their media placements, which was quickly done. Whether [...]