Over the weekend, someone added a speech bubble to the giant Calvin Klein billboard on Houston St. in New York, where Eva Mendes currently holds court in a pair of jeans and little else. A tipster snapped a photo.
The addendum — "Willing and labeled" — seems like the sophomoric pseudo-Marxist reflections of a distressingly earnest teenager who subscribes to Adbusters; does the Starbucks bomber have an alibi? By Sunday evening, when I walked by, the speech bubble, which was stuck on with tape, had been mostly peeled off.
Our favorite Houston St. billboard remix remains the American Apparel "rape" graffito.