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Baby, You Can Drive My Car

Last weekend, I got an unexpected offer to paint a vintage ’59 taxi cab. My old branding professor had the car since the 50s, and holds onto it even now that it’s barely drive able. 71 more words


Andy Warhol, Pets and Printmaking

Andy Warhol was certainly a unique artist. The Factory,  Pop Art, his wig and crazy life-style… there are so many things one can talk about (or not like talking about). 335 more words


Daryle Lamont Jenkins appearing live - Saturday, April 11 at 7:00pm

Daryle Lamont Jenkins of the One People’s Project is announcing that he will be attending a benefit concert at “The Factory” in Collingswood, New Jersey on Saturday, April 11 at 7:00pm. 38 more words

Fierce Females: Edie Sedgwick

Troubled soul

I ummmed and aaahed about putting Edie in my Fierce Females series but in the end I had to include her as she’s definitely one woman whose look I admired a lot when I was going through my Warhol phase as a teenager. 123 more words

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Steampunk Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Sligo Youth Theatre @ The Factory, Wed Apr 1st

“Attraction and repulsion, reason and energy, love and hate are necessary to human existence.”

So wrote William Blake and so aptly demonstrates one of William Shakespeare’s best loved plays, the romantic comedy… 947 more words

Apocalypse Now: Behind the scenes of the American Apparel Rummage Sale

On Friday, Mar. 27, the American Apparel Flea Market in downtown Los Angeles   held its wildly popular rummage sale. For three days, customers were allowed access to leftover Black Friday deals. 856 more words

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Ad Spotlight - Facebook Gets Friendly

Impersonal. Cold. Uncaring. Creepy.

These negative connotations of Facebook are quickly forgotten with one viewing of The Social Network‘s new brand anthem.

In concert with their in-house agency, The Factory, Facebook has rolled out their first wide-scale brand campaign since their… 432 more words