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    The Producers of the“Squatty Potty” Internet Ad Sensation Release Already Viral New Spot for Chatbooks

    Mallory Everton and Whitney Meek of the hit comedy show “Studio C” hosted a red carpet premiere in Provo, Utah for Chatbooks, a new product for moms taking scrapbooking to the digital age that is already the #1 trending story in AdWeek


    (PROVO, UT—October 18, 2016) Harmon Brothers, the Provo-based social media ad agency behind the most viral ad in internet history, has earned national headlines and 300 million+ views for its social blockbusters such as Squatty Potty, FiberFix, OraBrush, Poo Pourri, Purple, and so many other hits. This week, the renowned spotmakers rolled out another already-viral sensation, a brand-new spot for Chatbooks, a new product taking scrapbooking to the digital age.

    The new Chatbooks spot was revealed in an exclusive, red carpet launch party hosted by Mallory Everton and Whitney Meek of Studio C fame in Provo, UT. Called the #1 startup to watch by Utah Valley 360, and #4 on Entrepreneur's Brilliant 100, Utah-based Chatbooks has already created buzz and excitement.

    Here is the link to the ad on YouTube: https://youtu.be/PTTs7ewuDY8

    Popstar Miley Cyrus


    "We feel incredibly lucky to work with such a creative and talented team. From the very first meeting to the final reveal they've been amazing to work with,” Nate Quigley, CEO and co-founder of Chatbooks

    “I love how much comedy shows up in this ad, and not the big, loud comedy--I'm talking the subtle comedy of life that happens every day from just being a bumbling human, said Whitney Meek, cast member of Studio C and writer for Harmon Brothers. “That's why I love Chatbooks so much. It lets you remember every moment, even the silly ones. I'm so glad that was translated through the ad so that everyone can treasure those moments.”

    “This ad works because we trusted that reality––the complete chaos of a hectic mom's life–– is funny enough on its own to sell the product,” said Mallory Everton, cast member of Studio C and writer for Harmon Brothers. “We didn't need to add any bells and whistles. We basically just wrote down what actually happens to every parent with young kids and it ended up being fun and relatable. And real life is what Chatbooks is all about.”

    The new Chatbooks campaign was sparked by Studio C head writer Dave Vance, the lead creative on Harmon Brothers’ Squatty Potty Pooping Unicorn campaign and the Purple mattress ad. Whitney Meek and Mallory Everton of Studio C were also key writers on the campaign. Daniel Harmon, creative director for all of the Harmon Brothers campaigns, co-directed the campaign, and A. Todd Smith directed the ad. Smith is most well known for his Clash of Clans viral video that has nearly 45 million views on You Tube alone.

    ABOUT HARMON BROTHERS is a Provo, Utah-based ad agency behind the most viral ad in internet history. Since 2013, the company has created 15 groundbreaking, distinctive social media spots, which collectively have at least 300 million views.

    ABOUT CHATBOOKS Chatbooks is the beyond easy way to turn your digital pictures into photo books, so you can hold on to what matters. The free Chatbooks app enables you to add photos from sources like your Instagram and Facebook accounts and your phone camera roll to create photo books. Chatbooks was started by Vanessa Quigley, mom of 7, to make creating photo books as easy as taking a picture. She and her husband Nate printed the first Chatbooks in June 2014.

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    Popstar Miley Cyrus Commissions Mastermind Artist Mister E to Create Interactive Money Wall in Malibu Home


    Popstar Miley Cyrus
    Miley Flies out Miami-based artist to her LA home to Live and Work for a Week


    Miami, FL— Jul 9, 2016— Mister E, the Miami-based artist known for his colossal and colorful interpretations of U.S. currency, was directly commissioned by sensation Miley Cyrus to create multiple wall space installations throughout her Studio City home to blow visitors’ minds away. The star reached out to Mister E directly on Instagram due to her passion for his art and creative twist on his work. Miley is not alone in Mister E’s list of celebrity collectors. Mister E has worked with Adam Sandler, Floyd Mayweather, Lionel Richie to name a few. One of his current projects includes a custom piece for Superbowl MVP Von Miller.

    Mister E


    The #MONEYWALL project was developed when Cyrus presented the artist with the space and blank canvas walls that needed a dose of innovation. His thoughts were to build something that was ever-changing and that Miley’s friends, family and other visitors could be directly involved in — the process of creation. He printed thousands of actual sized currency, and used this as a method for viewers to write a name or message and stick it to the wall, so that the installation would not only be interactive, but also allow people to connect and build memories. Mister E also restored a vintage safe for Miley to house all of the money, and presented her with a gift, a gold key engraved with both of their names. This permanent installation stands from three walls in her living room spanning through the powder room.

    Mister E


    The beauty behind the work of Mister E exposes the artistic value in something ordinarily only looked at for its monetary value and not the beauty behind the bill itself. He has developed a distinctive style through his “Art of Money” series, which has quickly gained recognition internationally. Mister E recently decided to launch the The FactorE, located in a massive 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Delray Beach. The Factor E is the creative genius and mastermind of the artist himself, where all of the ideas, work, endeavors and processes are developed and come together under one roof.

    Mister E


    The FactorE is a private members only club where the requirements are to become a collector of Mister E’s original work. The VIPs then get full access to watch Mister E paint while listening to live bands, with plans to become an international member’s only club in the coming decade. The FactorE hosts happy hour at the bar, exotic car detailing, cigars, and a hot shave by the in-house barber in the old-fashioned antique barber’s chair.

    Mister E


    More about Mister E:
    Mister E is an artist from Delray Beach, FL whose paintings are collected by celebrities and whose work has become largely popular amongst top art collectors, especially in the real estate and financial worlds. His artwork has helped raised money for different organizations and has become a symbol of charity. His paintings hang alongside the works of Damien Hirst and Basquiat in galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Palm Beach, and more. Mister E’s studio The FactorE is located just north of Miami, FL in a massive 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse filled with exotic cars, a full bar, billiards table, a 12 ft. slide, and outstanding artwork. He began to receive a swell of recognition for the parties held in the gallery, where he was approached by collectors, influencers and celebrities. Mister E finally reached a fork in the road and had to decide: continue to run the gallery and sell different artists’ work including his own, or build his own brand. After he was commissioned by Sandler and Maywhether, his social media accounts started to grow and so did the flame that fueled his currency inspired creations.


    For more information, please visit misteart.com or contact Kat at CEO@do-tellpr.com. Follow him @mister_e or use hashtag #mistere

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    In Anticipation of Upcoming Sony Pictures Movie, The One
    World Doll Project Selected by Legendary TV Star to Create Collectors Doll

    Celebrity Doll Designer, Stacey McBride-Irby and The One
    World Doll Project to Collaborate With Good Times Star, Bern Nadette Stanis


    HOUSTON, July 22, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The One World Doll Project, subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:OWOO), announced today it is partnering with Bern Nadette Stanis, celebrated star of the hit 70's TV show, Good Times, to create a collectors doll in the likeness of her character, Thelma.

    "With Sony Pictures' recent announcement of its plans to release a Good Times feature film we feel this is the perfect time for One World Dolls to be partnering with the legendary actress who played one of the show's most memorable characters.

    Thelma Evans was a smart, sassy, educated beauty who disproved many stereotypes about the young black girl," said Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings. "Thelma showed the world that a "girl from the ghetto" could have hopes, dreams, intelligence, respect for herself, dignity and grace, in the midst of difficult circumstances. She introduced a new definitive image of the young Black girl and we are extremely excited to have been chosen by Bern Nadette Stanis to create this much anticipated collectors doll," she added.

    About The One World Doll Project
    In her 15 years at Mattel(TM), Stacey McBride-Irby designed and created countless fashions and concepts for the iconic Barbie(R) line. Most notably, Stacey designed an entire new line for the company, the So In Style(TM) dolls and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Centennial Collectors Doll.

    The overall vision of the company is to introduce a new way mainstream dolls are designed, marketed and integrated into the fabric of America. The One World Doll Project's core mission is to make one of the most significant, positive cultural impacts on play and in the doll category in recent history.

    More information about One World Holdings, Inc., Stacey McBride-Irby and The One World Doll Project Story and Team can be found at www.oneworlddolls.com.

    Mattel, Barbie, So in Style and the Mattel, Barbie and So In Style logos are trademarks of Mattel Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

    CONTACT: Sarah Daniel
    The One World Doll Project, Inc.
    713-409-2916 Mobile
    1-866-440-1470 ext. 150
    sdaniel@oneworlddolls.com


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BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTS & CRAFTS
   

  1. Abena's Family ...
    Abena’s Family is an amazing collection of ethnic ragg dolls built around the true story of an African American descendent of African royalty and how many cultures came from the beginning of a very special one.

  2. African American Male Models - Myspace Graphics and Glitters...
    Glitter graphics designed for the African American community. Myspace graphics and picture codes, profile tools, glitter aminations and gifs.

  3. African Carved Chairs...
    Buy online imported antique hand-carved African chairs, stools, and rugs. We will also feature african masks, carvings, and other artifacts.

  4. African Crafts ...
    Web site dedicated, bringing arts, artisans of Africa online.

  5. African Cultural Vendors Network ...
    My Yahoo group currently has over 520 artisans members, spanning a creative range of jewelry and clothing designers, authors, dollmakers, crochet artisans, and chocolatiers. The group was created as a venue for artisans to receive information on events where they may distribute their creations.

  6. Africana Arts and Crafts...
    Offering selection of art and clothing including kente cloth and dashiki. Clothes for Black Man.

  7. A Gift To Africa ...
    Fair Trade, Handmade African Jewelry and other African Crafts.

  8. Aina Moja...
    Aina Moja is Kiswahili for "one of a kind". uniquely hand-made by African artists.

  9. Articimo...
    Handmade personalise designer shopping gifts, arts and crafts with ethnic flair, for those who have a penchant for quality goods.

  10. Artisan Arts Online...
    Gallery, African American gifts, Black art prints, home decorations.

  11. Bamboula Ltd....
    Bamboula Ltd., U.S.-based importer, wholesaler, retailer of contemporary African handcrafts, African artisans.

  12. Barnz Enterprises ...
    We offer a variety of personalized products such as fans, bookmarks, button pins, magnets, show cards, gallery prints, key rings and more.

  13. Big Boy Graffix...
    Our goal is to bring to the world some of the best airbrush designs and quality work possible. We want to be your personal airbrush artist.

  14. Black Art Visions.com...
    -Black Art Prints and African American Gifts at a Discount. Buy Black Art prints, mugs, afrocentric wallpaper border, figurines, etc. at discount prices. Frame your favorite print online instantly.

  15. Black Crafters Guild...
    Artisans of the African Diaspora sharing, designing, creating.

  16. Calendars...
    Morgan State University Senior,made my owm family reunion calendar, response was so overwhelming I decided to make it a business venture.

  17. Carogerss ...
    Musical dolls, gifts and crafts.

  18. Carrie Art Collection...
    Carrie Art Collection, Haiti's finest artists, representing various schools and mediums.

  19. Cassowary Buttons...
    One inch buttons that will make you smile, and handcrafted beaded bracelets, unique earrings and beautiful necklaces.

  20. Charles Smith Pottery...
    Charles Smith is a well-known and well-liked Mobile, AL, potter who began his career in the early 1970’s: “I began studying art after a tour of duty in Vietnam, the trauma surrounding the war made me want to pursue the arts.”

  21. Contemporary African Art Online ...
    On-line Art Venue with focus on Contemporary African Art. Find and buy original art direct from the best visual Artists in Africa, including paintings, photographs and sculptures. Secure ordering available.

  22. Creative Memories ...
    As a Creative Memories consultant, I offer the highest quality photo and scrapbook albums and digital photo books to help you tell your stories, one meaningful page at a time.

  23. Cre 8 Shuns...
    Art works, result of travels and influences, from visited countries including, Africa, Asia, Europe, Central America, one of a kind, limited editions.

  24. Cultured Expressions...
    Cultured Expressions.

  25. DLTK's Crafts for Kids...
    Black History Month / African American Section.

  26. DollsLikeMe.com...
    Dolls Like Me multicultural store with african american dolls, asian dolls, black dolls, biracial dolls, hispanic dolls, indian dolls, toys, books, games and baby gifts.

  27. eCaroh...
    West Indian arts, high quality content.

  28. Enkaya African Ornaments and Home Crafts...
    We are a Kenyan Company and we Specialize in selling African Ornaments and Home Crafts made from different Communities in the Country.

  29. Ethnic Scrapbooking Blog...
    Living a lifesyle of cultural awareness and preservation!

  30. FioreBello.com ...
    Unique digital designs for scrapbooks, greeting cards, invitations, stationery and more. Fiore Bello is so much more than clipart.

  31. Foutah.com...
    This site is dedicated to African Culture, Art and Artists.

  32. Geneva Galleries...
    W. James Taylor, paints images of man and animals, much more, self-taught artist.

  33. Genuine Africa ...
    Tribal African Art, limited quantity of African-themed sculpture, sculptor Mark Hopkins, quality African art.

  34. Hiawathad...
    Contemporary art and design.

  35. Homeland Collections...
    Virgin Islands Culture at its best. See colorful pictures of the carnivals and festivals.

  36. Janice Huse...
    25-year art career, top honors and awards for her work, first place awards.

  37. Journey Wedding Brooms...
    Hello Lovely Brides! I have a solution for all your WEDDING BROOM worries! Let us create and design your wedding broom for you! Journey Wedding Brooms is a premier wedding broom design company that offers a wide variety of the most unique brooms in the industry.

  38. Kezania...
    Kezania is an online shop of unusual items. Open the doors of a little known part of the African continent, and take some time to discover treasures of its various cultures. All our products are from Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar.

  39. Low Cost Prints...
    African American art, floral, flower prints, victorian, scenic, landscape pictures, lighthouse images, angels, religious art and more.

  40. Midwest Trade Group ...
    African textiles & handicrafts.

  41. MSB Gifts...
    Our product features beautiful museum quality African American gifts in Christmas, Kwanzaa, and gifts of all occasions. We also carry African American gifts in calendars, journals, address books, magnets, screen savers, gift wraps, gift bags and so much more.

  42. Nikki Makes Scents...
    Hand-poured, Lead Free, Candles of all wax, gel and natural. Over 200 scents for you to choose from!! Including bath & body products, Perfume/Designer Body Oils, Aromatherapy, incense and more. Samples available.

  43. Noteworthy Crafts ...
    Noteworthy Crafts offers a unique assortment of handcrafted items. Our Notecards & Journals are created from original works of art.

  44. Okara Graphics...
    OH-based multimedia firm, specializing, African- American clip art design, internet services, and CD-ROM application design.

  45. Quilt Ethnic...
    Your guide to information about the quilting and/or fiber related art, craft and textile traditions of diverse ethnic groups.

  46. Ramicraft.com ...
    Online retail of superbly handcrafted, authentic African fabrics, jewellery, beads, woodcraft, tribal masks, wall plaques, figurines, paintings and lots more. Make fantastic gifts. Items sure to be loved forever.

  47. RTIME...
    Graphic art , illustration and design , including logo , product , wearable art , portraiture and tattoo design , art prints and coming soon animation !

  48. Shades Calendars...
    Be sure to check out their swimsuit edition. Hot stuff!

  49. Strange Fruit Fabrics & Beads...
    We specialize in offering a variety of fabrics that range from ethnic to quilting prints. We also carry beads, dollmaking kits, and workshops.

  50. Swahili Imports...
    African art, Swahili Imports, wide range of indigenous African art and crafts, handmade by African artists.

  51. SweetShop Creations...
    SweetShop Creations is fun, lovingly handmade crochet hats and accessories.A portion of all proceeds are donated to empower and encourage people in Uganda.

  52. The Chocolate Doll Store...
    Where chocolate dreams come true.

  53. The Doll Market...
    Dedicated, uniquely handcrafted, porcelain collectable dolls of all cultures, a Certificate of Authenticity is provided for each doll.

  54. The Handmade Project...
    A domestic girl in a material world.

  55. The Perfect Image...
    The Perfect Image - Fresno, TX. Sewing & Embroidery. Professional Services, Church Services. Everything you need for the Christ in you and then some.














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