Internet art group with corporate front, promoting "artainment." [Requires frames]
An opening onto the fraudulent reality; material ranges from global art-movement coverage to experimental fiction to corporate subversion.
A funny, provocative movie about the filmmakers' obsession -- framed perversely as a series of TV commercials -- with a shining emblem of modern culture, The Sign.
Internet art site comprised of strategically-modified internet content.
For 10 years, Abrupt has been culture-jamming with manifestos, ad parodies, and radical pamphleteering.
A global grassroots movement dedicated to reclaiming the media from the corporate cheesemongers.
Guerilla street art. Featuring work by the "Midget Posse" and anonymous graffiti artists.
Specializes in 'consumable simulacra'. "Why buy the product, when you can buy the idea? Buy the hype."
A randomly gathered network of individuals united in the pursuit of experiences beyond the pale of mainstream society through subversion, pranks, art, fringe explorations and meaningless madness.
Marker pens and paint are taken to various product names with humorous results.