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Louis Abolafia February 23, — October 30,  was an artist, social activist, and folk figure. His candidacy for president of the United States under the Nudist Party  on the Hippie 'Love Ticket' various times in the s and onward was a form of political theater or performance art. In this capacity, he organized "love-ins" and "happenings" that combined music, poetry and audience participation, inspiring the New York press to crown him "The Love King". He was a long-time resident of the Lower East Side , where he sheltered wayward youths and other transients in his storefront studio in the East Village. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada , the founder of the Hare Krishna movement. Abolafia inspired the creation of the Exotic Erotic Ball in in San Francisco, held annually for more than three decades until it was canceled in In press materials for the first Ball, which was held as a campaign fundraiser for Abolafia, he was claimed to have coined the phrase " Make love, not war!
Elave has nothing to hide. Irish company Ovelle Pharmaceuticals is promoting skin products in a risque viral campaign featuring nude actors. A blonde woman, without clothes, tells the viewer about the safe quality of Elave cosmetics products, developed with the most reactive skin conditions in mind; eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. Male and female lab technicians wander around in the background totally naked, apparently without any sense of self-consciousness.
BBH London showcases real employees in their birthday suits in new spots that make everything clear. The vodka brand has quite literally gone balls-out for its latest campaign geared towards proving how transparent the distillery is in its vodka-making process. What better way to execute this than asking 28 real and brave Absolut employees to get completely naked in front of camera and dance around in wheat fields? Persuading staff to take their pants off was the easy job—it was as simple as asking for volunteers, said Craig Johnson, vice president of global marketing at Absolut.