Monday, March 19, 2012

New Rolling Stone ad features a blow-up doll named Abigail, and...

...a horse-headed Devil dude named Joe banging a babe doggystyle over the hood of his vintage Camaro (Firebird?). I'm sold? Ad agency: Hamburg's Oliver Voss, who were responsible for this 2-ton sculpture of a woman bathing in Alster Lake—it was a stunt for British beauty products company Soap & Glory. (Via)

Previous Rolling Stone ads: Brazil (bad typo) • Italy (Weed issue).


Blogger Dan said...


First I was confused.
Then I sighed, because there's not much sadder than trying really, really hard to be edgy.

11:41 AM  
Blogger Tom Megginson said...

This one is, sadly, the best of the series. The rest simply don't translate.

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The sad part is, in the age of ipods, women don't give a fuck what music you listen to. Sartorial swagger on the other hand, is a near-guaranteed advantage on a quest to get laid.

Indeed, a well-tied tie is probably one of the greatest ways to stand out from the slovenly animals that call themselves men out there.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Rolling Stone artschool project reminds me of those very sad Playboy spots you ran recently. Look at me! I'll never be relevant again, ever! And poor Kevin Spacey. Does that guy ever get a break?

2:11 PM  
Anonymous -1-T-M- said...

In this brave new world of blogs, online personals, YouTube, etc., having sex on the street, on rooftops, at the bar, in a cab, in the park, isn't just a fantasy anymore, for many.

Take the ultimate exhibitionist, 'BOOM' 'BOOM' Joe for instance, still aroused by the 'danger' factor, while deflated, well-knotted tie wearer, R. Crumb look alike, coming to the sad realization that for him, the titillation over the public space itself has ended, and that the sex with Abigail also sucks.

I find the banana peel, a symbol of this predicament, quite redundant.

R. Crumb

3:27 PM  

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