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I don’t think Adbusters will take too much issue to my reprinting of their article, but if they do I’ll remove it from my website.I’ve already been their anti-advertisement lackey before and probably helped sell dozens of their corporate flags when I was featured in the Sunday Style section of the Washington Post on the 4th of July, 2004.It wasn’t like client decided to hitup Walmart for the gift that millions of others might get, rather she went for something that’s truly one of kind.Below is the feature article of Adbuster’s Magazine Issue #79, which should hit newsstands either today or tomorrow.I am going to Colorado next week to visit some of my family and I feel my presence will be the best gift I can give to rarely-seen family.Interestingly, I think yesterday’s commissioned map follows closely with this video’s messaging because the client was asking me to make her a gift.As a subscriber to the magazine, I received my copy in the mail last Thursday and after reading the entire issue I decided to spend an hour Friday afternoon transcribing the feature article for this blog entry.Normally I don’t waste my time transcribing articles, but I have a strong feeling that this article will not be published on their website in its entirety and I feel that by sharing it here I’m able to direct more people to the magazine’s website than would otherwise visit.
Only time will tell…I hope you enjoy the read and if you do, go out and purchase the magazine yourself.
As a mashup of all demographics before it, how then will the future be defined by the absence of this mashup?
Essentially, if hipsterdom is to die, then how can a new demographic be born anew without stealing some its tenets, much like all previous generations did before it?
The second part of the video features news clips & interviews with participants highlighting why chose to demonstrate. I haven’t gone out of the way to purchase gifts for my family this year.
Its nice that we’ve stopped doing the gifts for nearly 10 years now.
I still feel the message that we were delivering then is the same as now: don’t go into debt buying presents for others during the holiday season and if you must give presents, try making them first.