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Sep 06, 12 10:54am
Happy birthday, 20x200!
jenbekmanprojects:

Five years, five stories, and five lucky winners!
“It’s a special day for 20x200, and all of you—the team, our artists, partners and collectors—make us what we are,” writes 20x200 Founder and CEO Jen Bekman in our newsletter.
At its core, 20x200 is about telling stories: the hundreds of stories of our artists, and the stories that start with each and every print that we send to you, our beloved collectors.
So in honor of this auspicious occasion, we’d love for you to share some of those stories with us. Tell us your 20x200 story—using the hashtags #5yrs and #20x200—on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter or via email at anniversary@20x200.com. For the next five days we’ll be reading, sharing and reposting those stories. Each day, through September 12th, our favorite storyteller of the day will be given the gift of some very special art. We’ll unlock the vault just for him/her, from which s/he can select any 8”x10” or 11”x14” Artist’s Proof from our sold out editions.
Learn more, and tell us what 20x200 means to you!

Happy birthday, 20x200!

jenbekmanprojects:

Five years, five stories, and five lucky winners!

“It’s a special day for 20x200, and all of you—the team, our artists, partners and collectors—make us what we are,” writes 20x200 Founder and CEO Jen Bekman in our newsletter.

At its core, 20x200 is about telling stories: the hundreds of stories of our artists, and the stories that start with each and every print that we send to you, our beloved collectors.

So in honor of this auspicious occasion, we’d love for you to share some of those stories with us. Tell us your 20x200 story—using the hashtags #5yrs and #20x200—on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter or via email at anniversary@20x200.com. For the next five days we’ll be reading, sharing and reposting those stories. Each day, through September 12th, our favorite storyteller of the day will be given the gift of some very special art. We’ll unlock the vault just for him/her, from which s/he can select any 8”x10” or 11”x14” Artist’s Proof from our sold out editions.

Learn more, and tell us what 20x200 means to you!

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Apr 27, 12 2:43pm

This tickles me. My baby and me in cartoon form! Thanks @aboutdotme

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Mar 19, 12 8:20pm

This chick rocks! Her name is Ernestine Fu and she’s a full-time VC and college student at Stanford. This video by Forbes totally sucks (why am I looking at the back of your weird rugby shirt, Interviewer Guy??) but I love what this woman is doing. Wish I was as fearless at her age. (Or now for that matter!)

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Mar 13, 12 1:01am

Her voice stopped me dead in my tracks. She has a few albums out, has collaborated with Lyle Lovett, is a pro in every way. And somehow this is the first I’ve heard of her. Oh, and I heard her on one of my favorite Pandora channels, a blend of Esperanza Spaulding, Ella, and Billie.

And her name is Kat Edmonson! Follow her on Twitter @katedmonson

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Feb 29, 12 3:44pm
We are complicit as long as we are complicit. 
courtbean:

Banksy on advertising> jenniferehle:

danforth:

Fuck. Yes.

Bansky- he’s so right.

We are complicit as long as we are complicit. 

courtbean:

Banksy on advertising> jenniferehle:

danforth:

Fuck. Yes.

Bansky- he’s so right.

(Source: nevver)

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Feb 08, 12 2:39pm

I love this collection of founding team videos because these women are obviously hugely successful at what they do but also not afraid to bring their whole selves, their power AND their vulnerability to their work. How can they not win?

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Jan 13, 12 12:51pm
Remember when a million dollars seemed like all the money in the world? Times have changed. 

Remember when a million dollars seemed like all the money in the world? Times have changed. 

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Jan 13, 12 12:10pm

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011

Advice and Plans
Dear Mr. Baby:

According to the advice we’re getting, we’re very much on track, not at all.

It’s best, after four months, to let you cry in your crib until you exhaust yourself in order to facilitate getting you on a schedule. We must not have a limit for crying at bedtime or you will be taught nothing more than to be a big crybaby. You cannot, because of your level of neurological development, establish bad habits yet, so it is very important to never let you cry for more than an hour, and you should be carried everywhere to keep you from crying. When you give up crying, it’s because you have stopped trying to communicate with me, to the detriment of your communicative development, the speed of which is indicative of nothing (yes, Einstein again), and is also a barometer of your general well-being. In fact, it’s actually bad parenting masquerading as tender affection to rock, sway, or console you to sleep, because it impedes your learning to fall asleep unassisted and will sow the seeds of terrible sleeping habits, and you will be a sullen teenager who dresses in black and fights the establishment. Furthermore, you will ruin your vocal chords if you cry hysterically, which is simply a sign of being overtired, and I must make sure to allow you to go to sleep at that point by not interfering because there is no case of a baby anywhere who injured himself merely by crying. Naturally, this is neglect.

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Jan 01, 12 5:27pm
I believe that if, at the end of it all, according to our abilities, we have done something to make others a little happier, and something to make ourselves a little happier, that is about the best we can do. To make others less happy is a crime. To make ourselves unhappy is where all crime starts. We must try to contribute joy to the world. That is true no matter what our problems, our health, our circumstances. We must try. I didn’t always know this, and am happy I lived long enough to find it out.

-Roger Ebert

Happy New Year, y’all. Let’s all strive to make ourselves and each other a little bit happier this year. 

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Dec 06, 11 12:07am

Definitely the finest pole dancing I’ve ever seen but it’s so much more than that. Enjoy!

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