Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Under her skirt, iPod girl's Shiny and Sheer.

(click image for closer look)
Unlike her bushy iGirlfriend.
The fake American Apparel ad artist continues to terrorize downtown Manhattan with his/her graphic two-color antiestablishmentarianism (or something). I like that the artist is now subverting real billboards, like with this earlier execution that cheekily partially covered an "E" poster. A couple of commenters have pointed out the obvious first thought—that these are the work of an AA operative. I don't think so. While not brilliantly ironic, these posters are still infinitely smarter than any marketing moves previously displayed by their predictable, porny pants-optional CEO—even the Woody Allen billboards. other fake AA posters: "the Romper," with dildos; "Barely There" masturbation; and the tube-socked pooper plunderer. (Lafayette St. @ Great Jones via the bons vivants at stereo hell) update: soundtrack—Peaches, "AA XXX"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe she is balding up using Occam's razor.

art=0, publicity=10

What is the anti-establishment, subversive message with these? AA creates hot chicks with bald pussies that like to finger their butts?

I am going to buy something from AA immediately!

12:59 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

note to commenters:
the above is what I consider a good comment.
note to cydi: Occam's razor...niiiiice.

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While the artist may not be a fan of 14th century Franciscan friars I would say she may have seen House a time or two.

Smooth and sheer may be just the best way to feel the vibes on her Ferlinghetti.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the funny thing is Great Jones Spa is right there. $80 brazilians for everyone!

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

uggh, that toe.

3:06 PM  

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