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SNL’s ‘Fully Naked in New York’

Saturday Night Live does a skit on what makes people happy as they survive winter in New York City.

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PUMA x Noah Winning Streak

PUMA and Noah are back for round two of their collab and they’re transporting us to their topsy-turvy, nudist reality once again. First up, an ad to announce the launch of their new products: In a second round, print ads depict another set of “streakers” running through an art college. This concept, though, has already been done, as seen in a previous Naked Bits article on this site. But we aren’t complaining that we are seeing more like this.

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Avocados From Mexico put naked commercial in ‘the big game’

Avocados From Mexico asks what if, way back when, things had gone differently in the Garden of Eden? What if Avocados From Mexico had been there just in the nick of time to make the world better?  🥑 The naked truth is – it would have succeeded! And the way we see it, Adam’s not half bad either. https://avocadosfrommexico.com/

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Spencer Tunick returning to Sydney. Let’s go.

U.S. artist Spencer Tunick’s next mass nude installation will take place in November at a Sydney beach. ‘We’re hoping for a rainbow of people,’ he says. He is calling for 2,500 people to show up and shed their clothes. This installation was commissioned by the charity Skin Check Champions to raise awareness of skin cancer and coinciding with National Skin Cancer Action Week. It will take place on 26 November at a Sydney beach. It will be the fourth Australian project for Tunick, who attracted global attention for his Sydney Opera House work featuring 5,000 nude Australians as part of the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. In 2018, the artist made headlines for battling with supermarket chain Woolworths to shoot his Chapel Street series in Melbourne. The beach Tunick has selected for his next proj...