Archive for March, 2009

Genius business model = I Wear Your Shirt

In this up and down economy, there are a select few who are either bigtime stoners or flat out geniuses. I have a feeling Jason, founder of IWearYourShirt.com encompasses a little of both. For the entire 2009 calendar year, he’s outsourcing his wardrobe (namely shirts) to corporate america and you. He’s wearing a different shirt for 365 days straight, takes multiple pictures throughout the day and blogs about it. Days are sold at “face value” so January 1 is $1 and December 31 is $365. So far, he’s sold out until mid-October. This makes me incredibly happy.

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A business card thing of beauty

I’m a big fan of creative business cards and this just made the top of my list.

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Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?

Some fanboy of the Imperial Fleet is selling his entire Star Wars vintage figures collection. Only catch is the asking price ($3,500) is more than the entire Rebel Alliance. As Han says in Episode IV, “I’ve got a very bad feeling about this.” Bonus quote: (I love throwing this one out while waving the hand) “You don’t need to see his identification … These aren’t the droids you’re looking for … He can go about his business … Move along.”  [via Gadget Lab]

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Everyone wants to be good

Impressive new TV spot for Honda’s new hybrid car, Insight. They parked a huge grid of them in the desert and used their headlights as pixels to show as animation. [via today&tomorrow]

The peepshow is where it’s at.

UK collective Peepshow specializes in innovative design, animation and illustration. These guys are killing it, with steady work from Creative Review, Soho House, Wallpaper, Icon, Wired and the gorgeous new cover illustration for Financial Times Magazine. Do yourself a favor and check out their gorgeous, new spring portfolio, over 60 pages of nonstop inspiration.

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