I’m not sure when or if the “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” train will finally come to its inevitable, metallic, screeching halt, but either way, I raise a robotic-gloved hand in a “halt” gesture as means of saying “not yet.” Indeed, in the last month alone, Beyoncé’s irrepressible hit has spiced up Glee, Cougar Town, Sherri, The New Adventures of Old Christine, the 2009 MTV VMAs, and (as it has for the last year) my humble iPod Classic. Now, those of us you who were delivered “to a destiny, to infinity and beyond” by the beastly good choreography set down by B and her backup dancers in the “Single Ladies” video can preserve those international good vibes in the form of a screenprint poster by Canadian artist Todd Stewart. (Hat tip to worldfamousdesignjunkies.com for the heads up.) I won’t ask you all what you think of the 22” x 30” poster. Instead I’d like to know: Would my husband have grounds for divorce if I hung it in our living room?
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