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John Pasche's Rolling Stones Poster Design
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Origin

John Pasche

Type

Poster

Effects

Tongue regularly waggles and lips will make various expressions. When someone walks by, it will play any song played by The Rolling Stones.

Downsides

None identified

Activation

Already activated

Collected by

Felix Draco

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

565-5453

Shelf

77630-2258-116

Date of Collection

2/14/14

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OriginEdit

John Pasche is an English art designer most famous for designing The Rolling Stone's 'Tongue and Lip Design'.

EffectsEdit

The lips and tongue on the poster will regularly animated, making various expressions. When a person walks by, it will play any song by The Rolling Stones. It will, when lyrics are present, move its lips to "sing along" with the most prevalent voice, regardless of harmonies. If multiple voices are singing simultaneously, it will choose one to follow at seeming random. It has been discovered by Felix Draco that the poster seems to play songs depending on the mood/mindset of those who walk by it, rather than at random.

Felix's NotesEdit

"Interesting artifact to work with. I had hung it up in my workshop to listen to as I worked on more hands-on experiments. One day I was feeling particularly happy and it played, of course, 'Happy'. Then, a few weeks later, after Garrett's death, I was still rather angry and it played 'Out of Control'. Then I watched it more carefully and found it plays songs based on people's moods. It would be interesting to see the potential paradox situation if I used it in conjunction with the Woodstock Speakers."

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