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…Khloe Kardashian’s naked body helps support PETA?

Khloe Kardashian PETA

Plenty of folks have already shed clothing to help support PETA’s anti-fur cause in the “I’d rather go naked” campaign, so it should come as no surprise that Khloe Kardashian (Kim Kardashian’s lesser known sister) striped at the chance to show her support as well, but what’s interesting is that she blogged about the experience as well:

Hey dolls! I recently teamed up with PETA to do a holiday billboard campaign boycotting fur. The billboard is titled, “Fur? I’d Rather Go Naked,” which I think is pretty fitting considering that I’m not exactly wearing much in the ad. LOL. My family and I will be unveiling the billboard Wednesday, December 10, at noon at the corners of Melrose and N. Harper Avenues and I wanted to invite all of you who live in the Los Angeles area to attend! Your support would mean so much to me!!!

You go girl!

[Via: The Inquisitor Via: PETA]

…McDonald’s is growing their billboards?

McDonald\'s Salad Billboard

To help promote its new health-conscious menu items, McDonald’s created a billboard that lets the message grow to speak for itself.

The board, which featured 1 ½ inch sprouts from 16 kinds of lettuce that grew into lush leaves, spelled out the words “Fresh Salads” using only plants, and sent a simple yet unique message that gets its point across nicely:

Another similar yet unique McDonald’s billboard was the breakfast sundial that used the sun to place the McDonald’s M over different breakfast items through out the day:

[Via: Chicago Business]

…DJ Earworm loves to unite pop music?

DJ Earworm

DJ Earworm’s United State of Pop is an incredibly impressive mashup of the 25 most popular songs of 2007. (According to Billboard.)

Besides saying that it’s amazing, it’s hard to describe, so just give it a download and see what you think. (But prepare to be united.)

[DJ Earworm – United States Of Pop]

…Mustangs blur nature?

Mustang Billboard

Here’s an interesting idea from Ian Hart for a Mustang billboard. Using GE Lexan EXL semi-transparent resin (don’t worry, I don’t know what that is either), the board blurs the scene behind it, and is unaffected by day, weather or season. Sadly, it’s just a concept, as Ian is just a recent Miami Ad School graduate, though with ideas like this, I’m sure we’ll see more of Ian’s work in the near future.

[Via: ‘Cross The Breeze]