I mean, it's gross. It's like American Apparel writ large - where you have to be cool with having your boundaries violated in a whole new way just to be a plausible hire/keep your job.
I think this is basically the wave of the future, though, because the internet just seems to make things worse and worse on this front.
"We decided to make a re-make of that original mailer," Walsh says. "Within an hour of sending out that email blast we were getting thousands of blogs and retweets.
"In that aspect it was quite a functional piece of design," Walsh says.
Whose idea was the naked promotional photo?
Jessica: Stefan had the idea to do a postcard that was a nod to the original announcement he made when he opened the studio 19 years ago. His idea was that i'd be dressed in conservative clothing, and he'd be naked. I had an immediate gut reaction that it'd be better if we were both nude, and that's what we did.
"Sounds familiar and I started working freelance, mostly direct with clients. This proofed a fantastic learning ground as it’s very similar to running a very tiny design studio."
MexicanYenta: Basically, they forced porn on people without giving them the choice of whether or not to view it.
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