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Roundup November, 26 2011

Selectism | Around the Web #ferrari #berlin #londonpee

01. Report: Ferrari to offer right of first refusal to elite cadre of customers

“When an automaker like Ferrari comes out with a limited edition model, the entire run usually spoken for before we ever see a single photo or detail. Which is fine for the automaker in question, but can often irk many of its best customers, who would gladly shell out whatever the asking price for the opportunity to own the rarest of Prancing Horses.” (autoblog)

02. World’s first pee-controlled video game opens in London bar

“You see, The Exhibit has taken it upon itself to install in its men’s bathroom a number of pee-controlled video games; games with carefully thought up names such as Clever Dick and On The Piste. The system is thought to be the first of its kind in the world, and besides making a trip to the bathroom more entertaining, it will also be an opportunity for advertisers to promote their products.” (digitaltrends)

03. The Street Aesthetic of Berlin (above)

“After the huge attention and feedback I received for the video ‘The Street Aesthetic of New York’, I decided to continue the series and create a new video based on the very cultural and urban city Berlin. The Street Aesthetic of Berlin is the second video in the series, capturing the culture and everyday life of native Berliners. In this short-film I also tried to capture the special urban vibe Berlin have and visualize the aesthetic of Berlin’s street corners, parks, buildings and structure.” (vimeo)

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