One Lamborghini owner in China decided to take a stand against the poor service he had received from the company. He hired people to publicly destroy the sports car when it failed to function after a service by an official Lamborghini service station.
The protest was made to provoke public support and goad the manufacturer to respect his consumer rights.
Published by Standard ~ Better ~ Nedor
53 Issues ~ June/1940-September/1948
Cover art by Alex Schomburg, Graham Ingels,
Kin Platt, Elmer Wexler and others
In the early 1970s, the Kewpie Corporation (maker of Kewpie brand mayonnaise) produced a deck of promotional playing cards featuring various pachimon kaiju (imitation monsters modeled after creatures from popular movies and TV shows).
Incredible body paint art - Save Tiger body painting project by Craig Tracy
This unique bodypainting was created to increase awareness and benefit a cause that is near to the
heart of the artist. Tigers have always been his favorite animal and when asked to aid in the
effort to protect, repopulate and re-wild this the most endangered tiger in the world, Craig immediately said yes. "Only 100 South China Tigers are reported to remain alive and if my bodypainting can help increase that number by one then I'll have lived with purpose." states the artist.
Check out the new ad campaign for the Chief of Police Dinner in support of Toronto Crime Stoppers
Ken Block Gymkhana Videos: Gymkhana Practice, Gymkhana TWO, Gymkhana THREE and fantastic video from TOP GEAR BBC - Ken Block Airfield Rallying. I think these are the best videos of Ken. Lets start with a Top Gear video first.
Local gas companies occasionally add a touch of character to the giant spherical gas containers that dot the landscape of Japan. Here are a few examples.
Stall Duft is a small can filled with the smell of an old wooden stable full of gas-producing cows. This thing is actually for sale in Germany and Austria, and the strangest part is that it’s a success.
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