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Yeah, but does it move me?

but is it art? August 17, 2005 posted by

Weird furniture.

Cowboy Boot Seats. $1750.00. Only one of a selection of weird and unusual furniture. Interesting stuff but badly marred by one of the worst performing web sites I’ve ever come across.


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but is it art? August 16, 2005 posted by

Perplexcity.

Perplexcity. Part game, part interactive story and part global treasure hunt. Prize of $200,000 (£100,000). Buy the playing card packs from Firebox or others for £2.50, solve clues, win money. Easy eh?  The game is played across every conceivable form of media with puzzles and clues hidden in mysterious websites, phone messages, billboards, classified ads, skywriting and live events in different cities around the world. It’s a bizarre cross between The Matrix, Alice in Wonderland and The Da Vinci Code…The starting…


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but is it art? August 3, 2005 posted by

Tattoo T.

The Wild Rose Tattoo Tee-Shirt. $75.00. You lookin’ at me, sucka? Well gee, thanks. In a range of cutting edge, fake butch, primordial street designs. Just for you.  Innovative, sexy and only available here online, Wild Rose is proud to introduce our first collection of original custom tattoo clothing and body wear. This authentic artwear is printed one at a time in our studio in collaboration with artists from around the world. Welcome and enjoy shopping.


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but is it art? July 1, 2005 posted by

Lego church.

The Lego Church. Astonishing. That little plastic bricks can be so…well…creative.   Good morning, and welcome to the Lord’s new house! For those of you who are joining us for the first time, and for those who are visiting, we bid you welcome, and we hope you will be blessed for having shared this morning with us. And we are delighted you chose this day to join us, for today we are dedicating this grand new church.


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but is it art? June 24, 2005 posted by

Buckin’ bronco.

The Million Dollar Bill looks like fun. Can you get arrested for trying to pay for your Skinny Latte with this? And wasn’t there a movie about….yeah well. It’s still fun. Priced at $4.99 each note, which is a bargain if you ask me. Which you didn’t.  The One Million Dollar Bill is the most authentic note on the market today! It may not be legal tender, but it’s hard to tell from looking at it. In fact, it’s even harder…


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but is it art? June 15, 2005 posted by

Boulder.

Boulder. $45.00. “So I said to her, I said, what you really need in this room is a boulder. A nice big grey, solid looking thing. But I could tell that she didn’t understand. She always was a bit snooty, that one.


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but is it art? June 3, 2005 posted by

Flower loo.

A happy toilet design? Do we need a happy toilet? Is it really, truly necessary to global wellbeing? Well OK, if you insist.   Brings fresh air into the smallest room! A birdy that sings with every flush and a sun that’s always shining! This flowerpot needs caring, water daily and manure at least twice a week. Grows best in full sun, but also looks perfect in the shade!


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but is it art? June 1, 2005 posted by

Dollar ring.

Yes it’s old methinks, but still fun. The Dollar Note Ring. Impress your fiancee by folding them a 20, eh?  As with all these instructions, try to start with a relatively clean, crisp bill. It will make the process easier. All folds should be sharply creased. It helps to go over the fold with a fingernail on a flat, hard surface. For your first attempt, use a 1 dollar bill, as the description is based on the features of the…


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but is it art? May 31, 2005 posted by

Xero hero.

The Xero weightlessness program. These Swedes have taken the work of these Russians, see, and given it some style. Stripped pine floorboards, chrome fittings, Flash animation and an ice hotel. But still and all, being flung about in a looping aircraft is still what it is….know what I mean?


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but is it art? May 30, 2005 posted by

Darth delight.

Darth Vader Life Size Statue. Seven foot six tall? With ‘faux leather’ pants? For £4999.95? Yowsers.  Standing at an amazing 7ft 6in tall, this 100% authentic limited edition Darth Vader statue really is the ultimate toy for the man who has everything. This is a supreme quality real life statue which comes with quilted ‘Faux Leather’ trousers and sleeves, an omnious and flaring cape, heavy duty injection moulded armour pieces including collar, shoulder guards, boots, chest piece and belt, an…


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but is it art? May 24, 2005 posted by

Dog pound.

Dog is a God. Italy, a land hitherto known mostly for its rabid pasta fetish and the crafting of very long, very straight roads, now brings the world – doggy divinity. Words fail… [Thanks Bill]  Marco Morosini has chosen to become an animal designer, creating temples for four-legged Gods: tailor made habitats created in the likeness of those of man and designed for their different attitudes and lifestyles. These habitats bark exclusivity, class, elegance and comfort.


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but is it art? May 20, 2005 posted by

Better read than red?

Mao’s Little Red Book. $24.95. My my, how times change, eh? The vilified and emotive symbol of a surreal era, now available in an easy to read Chinese/English translation. Bring on the Chow Mein, Mildred.  Mao’s favorites. Spark up fiery debates at even the dullest cocktail parties by quoting the inciting words of Mao. Printed in the ’60s in Chinese and English. 590 pg. with over 30 full-color pictures of the infamous chairman.


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but is it art? April 19, 2005 posted by

Cart-o-graphic.

The Pimp Shopping Cart. Only in America, my friends, only in America!  The cart features: * AM/FM/Cassette Radio and speakers * Video screen w/ TV tuner * GPS Tracking * Refridgerator/warmer * 10″ Rubber wheels * Can crusher * Slide out seat * Alarm w/strobe lights * 81 Neon and L.E.D. Lights * Tent * Solar Powered battery charging system * Deep cycle battery- Optima Yellow top


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but is it art? April 18, 2005 posted by

Geeky briefs.

Computer Code Briefcase.$24.99. What better way to say that you love Keanu, than to wander around in a black plastic mac carrying one of these? Well actually there are probably lots of ways, but we won’t go there right now.  This nifty looking briefcase is solidly constructed and covered in sleek black vinyl. On the sides is printed a slew of text uuencoded in old-school monitor green. It can’t be translated, due to the silver metal fittings and trim, but…


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