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Plazm's Wall of Sex

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The New York Museum of Sex "Spotlight on the Permanent Collection" show, which opened Feb. 7, features a 125-square-foot wall called "Stimulating Sales: Sex and Design," curated and designed by writer Sarah Dougher and Joshua Berger, the latter a founder of Portland's Plazm Media. "From fashion to advertising to event promotion, sex is everywhere," says Berger. "We're exploring the many systems of visual communication that sex brings to design and advertising, and we've fleshed out these ideas with images from leading designers around the world." Like the two seen here, by Art Chantry: the CD art for a band called Cookie, and "Officer 69."



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