As Juxtapoz celebrates their 15th Anniversary and release of their 100th issue, Reason online pays tribute with some nice words.
For today’s search I went with the term ‘elephant’
Baby, you’d have to pay $250 in a spa for what I’m about to give you for free
De La Soul, Me Myself and I, 1989
I don’t care if you smoke or not but, this is a creative idea.
Created by Ashi Dashi, you can pick them up for $11.99.
The new Suicide Girls app is based off of those old nudie pens where the girl gets naked when you flip it over. Flip your iPhone over and the girl gets down to her undies. Best of all, it’s free.
The Brooklyn Museum shows off a new gift/acquisition on video
Dash Snow (American, born 1981). Untitled, 2008. Digital chromogenic prints. Gift of Javier Peres and Dash Snow. Brooklyn Museum. 2009.18.1-.6
Above is a detail of a painting that contains 50 movie references. The challenge is to find them all. I suck at movie trivia due to slight fadation but, if you’re good, give it a try.
Two Playboy playmates and a Quiznos sub. According to the Denver Egotist, Quiznos claims they had nothing to do with the ad. If this is true, I think this is a step towards truly integrated ads. Quiznos wants to advertise on Playboy, so they let Playboy create a custom ad for their site/channel etc? Either way the ad is pretty good.
We first featured Jorge Colombo’s iPhone art this past March, now the techno-friendly artist has his work on the cover of this week’s New Yorker as well as a continuing gig at the magazine’s website. [Read more]