Included are promotional posters and props for Skinny Dip (directed by Frankie Latina of Modus Operandi fame), a film in the style of the revenge and blaxploitation genres of the 70s. The film went into production for several months but was eventually killed because of budget issues. The work that was finished includes two posters that were meticulously created from scrap to resemble the protagonist Sasha Grey (a photoshoot was unavailable); a Black Power cereal box that was to resemble Pam Grier's character in her youth, a uniform and logo of the local high school football team, and the arm patch and car decal of the local police station.