Website Plans to Make $1 Million in 90 Days the Old Fashion Way – By Selling Pixels

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Millionaire wannabees and self-proclaimed Â?e-artistsÂ? Cameron Henkel and David Gooden have launched what they call the most important work of art since Andy WarholÂ?s CampbellÂ?s Soup.

Today, co-founders Cameron Henkel and David Gooden launched their new website Project Pixels allows anyone, anywhere to purchase pixel space, create an image, and link it to a website or a “pixel message.” All pixels are grouped together to make one image and will slowly turn the Project Pixels’ Homepage into an interactive work of art. The e-artists dedicated the first 3,200 pixels to their favorite charities.

“We think it will catch on quickly,” says the duo. “People can post messages of love, dedications, personals, poems, advertisements, or whatever they want – and at the same time, contribute to a new piece of pop-art which will stay online indefinitely.”

So why are they charging $1 a pixel? Besides being artists, they are also self-proclaimed capitalist pigs. “We want to see if we can make a million dollars in 90 days” they said. The two plan to invest the proceeds in other online ventures.

To help them achieve their goal of making $1 million in 90 days, please visit

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