Posts Tagged ‘american apparel’

Big Pimping: SFMTA MUNI DPT CEO Ed Reiskin Approves of This Giant American Apparel Ad – A Lesson in Sexy

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

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Ed Reiskin’s Sexy Tips for Girls – How to Earn Money and Support MUNI at the Same Time

Friday, February 7th, 2014

IDK, did  MUNI chief Ed Reiskin condone this particular MUNI bus ad?

It sure looks that way!

Now the way to make this ad, leaving aside all the other Photoshop stuff, is to rotate the shot 90 degrees counterclockwise. See? I’m just saying that gravity doesn’t work this way IRL. 

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Remember Ed, you can’t spell obsequious without I-O-U my job, “strong” Mayor Ed Lee.

Hey Ed Reiskin! Is it a good idea to  charge money for parking meters on Sundays? Oh it is? Oh great!

But oh, Ed Reiskin, Ed Lee has decided that he can’t tolerate the SFMTA charging money for parking meters on Sundays. Oh what’s that, you’ve all of a sudden changed your mind on this issue and now you don’t like Sunday parking meters?

OK fine.

No Matter How Hard MUNI Tries, that American Apparel Hitler Mustache Just Won’t Come Off

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Oh well:

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Do you know that the MUNI drivers union is suing us again because they didn’t get every last thing on their wishlist in arbitration?

It’s true.

*Look at that dark upper left corner – 1/8000 of a second. Pray for the shutter on my Canon 5D. Born: 2005, Oita City, Kyushu, Japan. Dying: 2012, San Francisco, California USA

Stay Classy, MUNI

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Someday, MUNI will reject an American Apparel ad…

As seen heading down Market:

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Depeche Mode du Abaissez le Haight: The Fast Fashion of This American Apparel Ad in the Lower Haight

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Andrew Dudley of the Haighteration blog has a heck of a gallery of the infamous American Appareal MUNI bus shelter ad what’s on the corner of Haight and Pierce.

Check it:

The eternal sunshine of the spotless American Apparel ad. 

Wow. Talk about fast fashion - this thing changes every day.

Now here’s the cleanest copy I have, sent in by a Gentle Reader:

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Personally, I think this whole charade is welcomed by the American Apparel.

Personally.

(To wit, a bunch of American Apparellers are, once again, following this morning’s 415 drama from down in Los Angeles. It looks like this:

Domain Name americanapparel.net  (Network)
IP Address 66.151.52.# (American Apparel)

AA just loooooooves this kind of stuff, IMO.)

Anyway, here’s my contribution, from a little while back:

 

I don’t have a clean image of this erbiquitous American Apparel bus stop ad campaign that’s all over the SFMTA’s MUNI property these days, but you probably already know what it looks like.

Anyway, this particular advertisement on the south side of Haight, around Steiner IIRC, was turning heads over the weekend.

See? It’s the most arresting ad in the world!

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I can explicate with a close-up shot, but only after the jump, as this is a family blog (more or less).

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The Best Graffiti Ever is Now on Haight Street – American Apparel Pwned – Blue Felt Gives 3D Effect

Monday, June 27th, 2011

I don’t have a clean image of this erbiquitous American Apparel bus stop ad campaign that’s all over the SFMTA’s MUNI property these days, but you probably already know what it looks like.

Anyway, this particular advertisement on the south side of Haight, around Steiner IIRC, was turning heads over the weekend.

See?

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I can explicate with a close-up shot, but only after the jump, as this is a family blog (mas o menos).

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Misogyny on Parade – SFMTA More Than Happy to Make Money from American Apparel Bus Stop Ads

Monday, January 10th, 2011

See?

Dov Charney Hearts MUNI:

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Pwned! San Francisco Law Firm Barroway Topaz Drops the Hammer on American Apparel

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

I’ll tell you, when your stock price goes from $15 per share all the way down to less than the cost of a BK Buck Double, you’ve got to start worrying about one of them shareholder derivative class action lawsuits.

As here, today, in the 415, where the San Francisco law office of Barroway Topaz Kessler Meltzer & Check, LLP right there at 580 California Street has just announced such a suit.

What’s the beef? Well:

“…the Company failed to disclose and misrepresented the following material adverse facts which were known to defendants or recklessly disregarded by them:  (1) that they had made “diligent efforts” to comply with labor and employment regulations, when in fact they had not done so; (2) that they failed to disclose to investors, and made false statements regarding facts surrounding the Company’s illegal hiring practices and its effect on the Company’s operating costs and margins; (3) that they failed to disclose or indicate that the Company lacked adequate internal and financial controls; (4) that they failed to disclose that, as a result of the foregoing, the Company’s financial statements were materially false and misleading at all relevant times; and (5) that they failed to disclose that, as a result of the foregoing, their statements regarding the Company’s prospects were false and misleading at all relevant times.”

Uh oh. Is this the beginning of the end for those sexy, NSFW, ubiquitous and risque Internet ads?

Possibly. First, all that trouble down in the Mission, and now this.

All the deets, after the jump

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American Apparel, Hated Out of the Mission, Embraced by the Haight

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Upper Haight, that is. American-made tops on sale, $5 each – that will bring out the shoppers. Remember, Haight Ashbury is a just a short ride away from La Mission, where’s there’s no AA, none at all.  ]

Land office business today in teh 94117:

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American Apparel, is there anything you can’t do?

All Mission District Residents Get a 25% Discount at American Apparel in San Francisco!

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Oh, you people in the Mission District have been waiting for this. Just get some ID and something that has your name and address on it showing you live in the 94110 (or somewhere close enough to give you a colorable claim of Missionite status) and then hop on your polluting moped to get over to any of the three remaining American Apparels. Then demand your 25% discount on anything in the store until March 15, 2009

Forget the controversy, just get yourself some new clothes. Joaquin Phoenix would want you to, and plus, you’ve earned it, baby!

Another iconic advertisement. Don’t click to expand: 

 
Cow Hollow

 2174 Union

(415) 440-3220
 
Haight Ashbury

 1615 Haight

(415) 431-4028
 
Union Square

 363 Grant

(415) 986-0388

Just one issue remains – what to put into the empty space at 998 Valencia? How about a Starbucks? The Mission is currently under-served by Amerikkka’s favorite purveyor of caffeinated beverages. See?

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Anyway, AA is open to suggestions. Think about it.