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I was at a global brands conference this week along with George Neill, corporate vp of global marketing and he showed me the new tattooed cell phones Motorola is selling. I think tattooing products with personal designs is a very cool idea. The tattoos I saw were OK and you can put sports insignias on. But I hope Motorola is hip enough to let people REALLY personalize their cells.
I spent some time birding in the Ecuadorian Amazon a while back and my guide was an Achuan Indian who had the most amazing face paintings. They were incredible designs. The book, The Spears of Twilight: Life and Death in the Amazon Jungle,” by Philippe Descola, has photos of the Achuar and their face paintings. George, check it out. I’d buy a Razr with one of these face paintings in a second.