Tom Scott, a self-proclaimed geek comedian from the UK, wants to save mankind from badly written newspapers. As such, he had this notion that just as TV shows, music and internet sites have warnings all over them, perhaps newspapers should follow suit. So he made some and he's been sticking them on newspapers all over the London underground for weeks. He encourages you to do the same in your neck of the woods. Just use this PDF template. Awesome. I love it when people do shit like this. Makes me wonder why I do ads at all.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Those of you who know me personally know I'm a sucker for vinyl toys and that I'm severely addicted to ketchup. So one would think that something like this, a vinyl toy condiment set, would have me foaming at the mouth. And you're flippen right. Holy crap. Designed by Sket, this custom condiment Dunny series will apparently be given away by select retailers to those purchasing a case of Series 2010 Dunnies, which go on sale this Thursday. Hmm... I may have to suddenly become ill, bribe my GP for a doctor's note, take a whole bunch of leave and head to Europe to find these mystery "retailers." These babies cost $475 a piece on Sket's site otherwise. Maybe therapy is cheaper? Doubt it.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 7:31 AM