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I don’t know if it matters what country you’re from, size of the city you’re from, urban or rural, there are people that are hurting each other everywhere. I mean, I don’t think I’m alone when I look at the homeless person or the bum or the psychotic or the drunk or the drug addict or the criminal and see their baby pictures in my mind’s eye. You don’t think they were cute like every other baby?

Leave your other accordions at home – just leave it to the “Portable Digital Accordion” battery-powered SpamConsumer™ amplifiers to provide all the music you will ever need to entertain yourself as well as your audience at the next Alpine, Tex-Mex, Cajun, Zydeco, Irish, Balkan, Slovenian or other ethnic affair. On-board MIDI with the new Backing Module arranger – forming the heart of your completely lightweight and portable musical ensemble!

ScumPad™ is the ultimate research and engineering tool for Scumskullz scientists. The feature set is geared towards both the novice and the veteran.

The system’s highly sensitive touch screen input device provides an intuitive and efficient workflow. The design is based on a hand-held gaming device secretly developed in the former German Democratic Republic. Although the device never was ready for marketing it is rumored that its graphic capabilities exceeded those of the Nintendo Gameboy. Only, how could Scum Supplies gain access to this precious piece of East German techonology?

View an online demonstration of the new range of possibilities the ScumPad™ enables.

Screen resolution: 160×160 pixels
Color depth: 12 bit
Processor: Custom ASIC
System RAM: 2 MB
System ROM: 8 MB

Scumskullz taking part at the Foodshow street-art exhibition.

The Scumskullz crew came together with artists from London (D*Face, Dave the Chimp), Amsterdam (Stickernation, Stickerwar), New York (The Flower Guy) and Milano (Script, Santy), Flying Fortress, Viagrafik, Senor B and others.

Characters, illustrations in combination with the concept Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

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Location: Die Registratur (Munich/Germany)
Date: 23th April 2004

Scumskullz taking part at the collective exhibition “I SEE YOU”

Location: Old train station (Vilnius/Lithuania)
Date: 28th Feb 2004

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