I have noticed that virtually every ad I walk by for Aubrey O'Day's new Oxygen show is defaced. Perhaps you have noticed this as well. If so, I'm asking for your help. I want to amass the world's largest collection of defaced Aubrey O'Day posters because...it would be cool? And fun? And funny? Perhaps I will end up with so many, it will count as Internet art (all about numbers, that Internet art). I don't know. I'm just compelled to do it, but I'm not going to ride the New York subway system for the next seven days straight collecting them all. That would be insanely obsessive even for me. I will cover the L line, though, so don't worry about that one.
If there happens to be a All About Aubrey poster that you pass (regardless of the city you live in) that has been defaced, won't you please snap a picture of it an email it to me (email@example.com)? Feel free to deface one yourself (go ahead, see if I care -- I'm not the graffiti police), but don't send me anything that's been defaced via Photoshop. iPhone size (so about 2500 px wide) that captures the full poster and isn't blurry (HDR on, please!) would be ideal. But whatever. Do what you can. Not everyone is as particular about these things as I am, I realize. The picture below (which I've shrunk down to 800 pixels -- don't do that) should give you an idea of what I'm looking for, aesthetically:
It is only with your help that I can present the the world's largest collection of defaced Aubrey O'Day posters. Actually, this is not entirely true. I bet the four in this post already count as the world's largest collection of defaced Aubrey O'Day posters, because really, who else is doing this? But I want it to be so big! So so big! Won't you please help me help the world?