Brandalism exhibit in ‘Hope To Nope’, Design Museum, London

24 Feb 2018

Hope to Nope: Design Museum exhibition to examine contemporary political protest The Design Museum in London has announced details of its forthcoming exhibition Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18. The exhibition will examine the political graphic design of the past decade through artefacts ranging from traditional posters and banners to the rise of digital media and social networks that have extended the reach and changed the nature of protest. Brandalism will be exhibiting a selection of art works for…

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‘Surviving A Brandalism Attack’ – Ex Google & Apple Lawyers Publish Legal Advice for Corporations

27 Jan 2018

– ‘How To Survive A Brandalism Attack’ – Ex Google & Apple Lawyers Publish Legal Advice For Corporations Words by Bill Posters. Intro On the 1st of January 2015, a curious legal paper appeared in Volume 10 of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice entitled ‘Brandalism & Subvertising – Hoisting Brands with their own petard?’ (what this actually means we will get to later). Within its pages, two lawyers – one ex-Google, one ex-Apple had taken the time…

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Jordan Seiler releases ‘Collisions’ Zine

09 Jan 2018

Collisions Our good friend Jordan Seiler has released his eagerly anticipated zine that delves into a selection of his international interventions that form a solid global survey of his ‘Collisions’ series. Here are some words from Jordan about a deeply personal project which is both political and artistic in its subversive nature followed by one of the zine’s written pieces by Thomas Dekeyser.   Collisions – A series ‘One of my ongoing personal projects these past few years has been…

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HACK: How to Turn A Light Bulb Into A Paint Bomb – Tutorial

26 Nov 2017

  How To Turn A Lightbulb Into A Paint Bomb   Epos257 is one of the Czech Republic’s most loved urban interventionists. During the Czech national elections Epos and graffiti writers from across Prague joined forces to create Posse 228 – a guerilla art group that went on to wage war (literally) against the political propoganda that smothered the city on billboards prior to the election. The video below outlines their demands, before they infiltrate the city and ‘shoot’ the…

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