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I'm interested in the reclaiming of public spaces that normally would be used to advertise things people want us to buy. Stickering is most interesting to me (and less destructive than other means). I don't care too much for stickers that advertise a product, an event, or which have any commercial merit. I'm primarily interested in stickers that people have made in order to provoke thought. If you live in an urban area, look around...
Following are some pictures of, and reflections upon, stickers or other
guerilla commentary I've seen.
|What I've named the sticker||When added to this web page||Where it was seen|
|The Last Great Liar||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Half an Andre||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Asahi||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Garudas VAQ-134||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Stride - Leap||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Nike child labor (stenciled paint)||4 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Something has to be done about capitalism||5 August 2002||Seattle, Wa|
|Graffitics||10 March 2003||Seattle, Wa|
|Head #138||18 May 2003||Seattle, Wa|
|Guardian Alien||18 May 2003||Seattle, Wa|
|The Sticker-Up Kid||13 November 2003||Seattle, Wa|
|This Is The Enemy||30 December 2003||Seattle, Wa|
|Diamond Head, or Le'ahi||13 September 2004||O'ahu, Hawaii|
Following are links to other stickering influences I've come across on