Monthly Archives: April 2009

Pop Matters by Nikolay Saveliev

POP
MATTERS

Vinyl
record sleeves with 2-sided insert featuring 
faux-academic material on pop music
and the state of the 
record
industry, seeded with promotional material for 
indie radio stations. Sponsored by
Brown Student Radio. 
Snuck
onto used& new record store shelves. 140 Copies Total.

Viral-Promotional Record Sleeves, 2007

by
Nikolay
Saveliev

 

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Ladybugs lose their spots as they get older

by Thomas Hawk

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Sweet and Naive

Tricky
shows Wired.com the ropes on becoming a musician and
producer.

 

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Gossip

Artbreak: Gossip 01 by clocharddeluxe

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Legalization and Regulation

Marijuana prohibition currently costs American taxpayers almost $42 billion a year. Compare this negative cash flow to the projected tax benefits of legalization — between $2.4 and $6.2 billion annually — and it becomes obvious why Milton Friedman and more than 500 other respected economists publicly support the legalization of marijuana. | via Reality Catcher

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It Reads You Poetry

Poetry phone booth in Rochester, NY.  If you pick up the phone it reads you poetry.

The booth is in front of Writers & Books, which is located at 740 University Ave.  

Photo by kechambers

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Rendezvous in Paris

On an August morning in 1978, French filmmaker Claude Lelouch
mounted a gyro-stabilized camera to the bumper of a Ferrari 275 GTB and had a
friend, a professional Formula 1 racer, drive at breakneck speed through the
heart of Paris early in the morning. 

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FEELING REALLY 21st CENTURY

via urlesque.tumblr.com: The king of Twitter isn’t amused.

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Miami

via miami fever

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Montreal Triptych

via So Very Very Nice

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