Once again Pharrell is drumming up a bunch of controversy with his choice for the artwork to his new hit single “Marilyn Monroe” featuring the beautiful Khadija Shari. Hit the jump to see the video..
Inspired to Gogols short story, entitled The Nose, from the Petersburg tales, Yi has written her latest short film about the absurd story of the loss of an ear. The ear is actually the key element of the film, shot in RED and partly to be made in 3D animation. Throughout the film, the ear and inner ear as a whole turn themselves into an EarBridge as they get crossed by a bridge. The EarBridge is part of a public project proposal for Baku, Azerbaijan that includes a number of important international contemporary artists. The Ear features Pharrell Williams, music by Ennio Morricone, and costumes by Rick Owens and BBC/Ice
Pharrell strikes again for the metrosexual male. Somebody get Kanye on the phone.
One of the loudest pieces to ever emanate from the BBC | Ice Cream collection, this metallic gold “Diamond & Dollars” backpack is sure to catch quite a few looks. The conspicuous piece features a debossed all-over print pattern featuring one of BBC | Ice Cream’s trademark usages of diamonds and dollar signs. Available now at select BBC | Ice Cream dealers with a retail price for Japan set at ¥84,840 JPY (approximately $922 USD).
RUMOR HAS IT– Young Jeezy and Pharrell
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Apple‘s inexpensive answer to Microsoft‘s multi-million dollar campaign, that included Seinfeld and ultimately Pharrell Williams
Source: The Life Files
Microsoft recently launched a $300 million ad campaign, their largest ever, with TV ads featuring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld. The majority of America however never understood the ads or felt they were funny, forcing Microsoft to quickly remove Seinfeld from the rest of the ad campaign. Microsoft insists however that Seinfeld was originally only supposed to be in this initial phase and was not removed for poor performance.
Now that this initial “Seinfeld” phase is over, Microsoft plans to use Pharrell Williams along with a group of other celebs with the tagline: “Windows. Life without walls.”No word on when the new campaign will start. Only problem is everyone in the music business knows Pharrell is a die-hard Apple user.
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