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Old 08-16-06, 02:48 PM
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The Art Store commercial real?

I found this ad and threw it on you tube. I'm pretty sure its fake. I dunno, I found it to be real funny but then part of me thinks it might be real art. Because some art really is like that any ideas?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnmUtiDLJ1A
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I think they are located next to the Jerk Store
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Yeah, the guy seems like a real tool... Sebastian?
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That was either a well done parody or a really bad real commercial. I'd more incline to believe the latter.
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I can't watch it at work, but does it mention having more man-on-man action then any other store?
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no man on man action
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IsItArt.com doesn't actually go anywhere. Blick is a real art supply company, though.

Very odd.
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No self-respecting art store would use the Marker-Felt font in an advertisement.
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True that, marker felt, thats sooo 1980's
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There's no way that is real. That guy has a way too stereotypical artiste look, and the "Rosa Parks" piece...come on.

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