The Carmichael Collective Censorship Towel Makes Covering Up Fun

By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: • References: carmichaelcollective & underconsideration
Carmichael Collective Censorship Towel keeps leaving the shower PG. The Minneapolis-based creative company responsible for projects such as Urban Tags and Pinata Anatomy is at it again. The collective's range of projects are each a representation of, "creativity for creativity’s sake." This time, it gives us this cheeky product concept.

The towel uses varying flesh tones to resemble the pixelated bodies found in television. Not only is the towel usable, but it's a humorous portrayal of how far people will go to cover up their bodies. The Carmichael Collective has yet to discuss the availability of the towels for public purchase or if they would be available in varying skin tones so everyone can join in on the fun. Stats for Pixelated Skin Towels Trending: Older & Popular
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