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awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Francis Bacon and William S. Burroughs

WHAT?  oh… there’s a different Francis Bacon.  Even still, I will probably never be able to hear the other one’s name without thinking of this bobble-headed chump.

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Francis Bacon and William S. Burroughs

WHAT?  oh… there’s a different Francis Bacon.  Even still, I will probably never be able to hear the other one’s name without thinking of this bobble-headed chump.

David Cameron has accused Argentina of “colonialism” for continuing to claim sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
lawlz.

David Cameron has accused Argentina of “colonialism” for continuing to claim sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.

lawlz.

The advertising copy in this is pretty schlocky, but the aesthetics are just damn well amazing.

themanshop:

My good friends Tom & Daniel have masterfully crafted this video on Stephen Kenn. Get a coffee, go full screen and watch this. You will definitely enjoy & be inspired!

blownspeakers:

thedailywhat:

This Might Not End Well of the Day: Creative designer Sean Click may or may not be working for McDonald’s, but one thing is certain: He just helped the company set a very dangerous marketing campaign precedent.
His seed bomb ad for the fast-food chain uses California poppy to “spell out” McDonald’s iconic golden arches. That’s all well and fine except for one small thing: California poppy is state flower protected from by picked, destroyed, or dug up under penalty of law.
In other words, Click’s McDonald’s ad is indestructible.
So, if you wake up tomorrow morning with a giant brand in your front yard that you aren’t allowed to remove, now you know who to thank.
[tnw.]

This seems to overlook the fabulous possibilities for non-corporate entities in the state of California.

duh, just fill in the empty spaces of the logo with more poppies.  Jeesh.

blownspeakers:

thedailywhat:

This Might Not End Well of the Day: Creative designer Sean Click may or may not be working for McDonald’s, but one thing is certain: He just helped the company set a very dangerous marketing campaign precedent.

His seed bomb ad for the fast-food chain uses California poppy to “spell out” McDonald’s iconic golden arches. That’s all well and fine except for one small thing: California poppy is state flower protected from by picked, destroyed, or dug up under penalty of law.

In other words, Click’s McDonald’s ad is indestructible.

So, if you wake up tomorrow morning with a giant brand in your front yard that you aren’t allowed to remove, now you know who to thank.

[tnw.]

This seems to overlook the fabulous possibilities for non-corporate entities in the state of California.

duh, just fill in the empty spaces of the logo with more poppies.  Jeesh.

(Source: thedailywhat)

It’s so rad that they’re still (kindof) making this show.
maegandawn:

This, I get.

It’s so rad that they’re still (kindof) making this show.

maegandawn:

This, I get.

(Source: seahorsebear)