Last month, I discovered “Toe Jam,” a song by David Byrne, Dizzee Rascal and Norman Cook, a dance tune with soca and Balkan influences. Its video, directed by Keith Schofield is a humorous take on 1970s porn, using censor bars as devices to produce images and sounds.
Three days ago, Schofield released a promotional clip for Diesel, Diesel SFW XXX, yet another send-up of film censorship, this time using models to enact “sexual acts,” superimposed by animation bits that hide the action and seemlingly give it an innocent appearance. SFW is an acronym denoting “safe for work,” i.e not NSFW.
“Diesel SFW XXX”
Another use of the censor rectangles
Perversion for Profit (1965)