I love Japanese game shows. In this one, all you have to do is avoid hitting the boob with your face. How hard is that?
Created by Ogilvy & Mather Paris, these ads are totally bad-ass.
This story is a bit old but for those who don’t know, the global economic crisis is affecting prostitution in Germany. Bad for the hooker, great for the john.
Especially this tid-bit…
“Berlin’s “Pussy Club” has attracted media attention with its headline-grabbing “flat rate” — a 70-euro admission charge for unlimited food, drink and sex between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
“We’re feeling the economic crisis, too, even though business has fortunately been more or less okay for us so far.”
Six hours of unlimited food, drink, and sex for 70 euros = awesome. That breaks down to $15.32 per hour for a gluttonous orgy, no too bad. I wonder if the dude pictured above can afford that?
Bea Arthur, Rest in Peace 1922 – 2009
A nice photo by Heathen Swine.
You may have seen this video a while back on our site, but now we have it embedded after the jump for your viewing pleasure. The video was directed by Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric, in association with Warp Records and Warp Films. The track is ‘Parisian Goldfish’ by Flying Lotus, from the album Los Angeles. Enjoy.
Planning your Thursday night gallery jaunt? Check out David Lyle’s new show at George Billis Gallery this Thursday, April 30th. He works in oil, and pulls his content from the 50s and 60s.
Instructables is a site that instructs you how to do things. This was one of the the tutorials, “How to be a LED Throwie Rat, or Mouse“. You may be asking yourself, “what the f?” Here is the copy from the post.
I must point out that not everything on the site is this extreme, so check it out for yourself.
Mondays look good with her.
That awesome Faile piece that was installed last week, ganked.
This Saturday in LA
I like this site, even though the navigation is frustrating.
Candyman, Knockin’ Boots, 1990
We saw this slideshow featuring the work of photographer Juliana Beasley on the vine. Her book is titled “Lapdancer the book” and you can buy it here in our store (just click on photography). More slides are available at the vine.
The folks over at Nike 6.0 sent us over some promotional goods for their collaboration with Mr. Zogs Sex Wax. Basically, the surf wax in the shape of a Nike. Personally, the first time I ever heard of Mr. Zog’s Sex Wax was around 13 or 14 years old, and my friend’s cousin from California (I grew up in Ohio) sent him a bar. Well, when his mother saw that the bar was called sex wax, she freaked out on him, took it away and grounded him. This then lead to the random threat of drug testing…..The moral of the story, the bar symbolized rebellion. In the end, my friend found where his mother had hid the bar (they’re always hiding shit…moms) and kept it hidden in one of his dresser drawers. in his room, but it became a punk rock pin of one-up-manship.
If you’re a collector of Nike, or a surfer, or you just like sex wax and want to rebel, we are going to give some wax away. Send us your best photo why you need the wax. I know its vague, but that’s the point. Everyone has a reason, and people like pictures.
Here’s a little video from Nike 6.0