The under-appreciated art of sign-flipping is getting its due this week in a YouTube video showcasing a man with unrivaled roadside advertising talent.
Dubstep dancer Marquese Scott, known as Nonstop, collaborates with a sign flipper he discovered while driving down the street with his agent, according to the description below the video.
The sign-flipper shows impressive dexterity as he twirls the sign above his head, behind his back and flips it up from the ground with his feet. There's only one clear fumble in the video.
Marquese Scott is part of the dance crew REMOTEKONTROL. They've appeared on So You Think You Can Dance and America's Got Talent. He became an Internet sensation in 2011 after appearing in a video that showcased his dance skills.
Since it was posted three days ago the sign-flipping video has been viewed more than 800,000 times.
The addition of music and dubstep moves brings a sense of art to the sign-flipping that few have probably associated with people holding signs on the side of the road.
There's no slacking off for this employee.