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The Art of the Sell: The League of Honest Coffee Lovers

  Because on weary days like this one, I believe this is indeed a flag I would march under. MORE COFFEE IN OUR COFFEE OR FIGHT! Other entries in this series can be found by clicking on the “Art of

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The Art of the Sell: Moon Knight

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  I’ve long held an affection for Moon Knight, both the character and the nineteen-eighties comic book series

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The Art of the Sell: “Fargo” movie poster

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  By the middle of the nineteen-nineties, I was becoming dismayed with the state of movie posters. I

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The Art of the Sell: “Psycho” trailer

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  There’s so much that’s marvelous about the original trailer for Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. The virtues begin with

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The Art of the Sell: “Stop Making Sense” trailer

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  Jonathan Demme said he preferred to call Stop Making Sense a performance film rather than a concert

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The Art of the Sell: Trivia 2017

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  What can I say? I’m proud of my college radio alma mater. We had a lot of

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The Art of the Sell: Nighthawks at the Diner

These posts celebrate the movie trailers, movie posters, commercials, print ads, and other promotional material that stand as their own works of art.  In 1975, when Tom Waits released Nighthawks at the Diner, he had only been a known quantity

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