In the coming months a black spot will pop up everywhere . . . on store windows and newspaper boxes, on gas pumps and supermarket shelves. Open a magazine or newspaper - it's there. It's on TV. It stains the logos and smears the nerve centers of the world's biggest corporations.
This is the mark of the people who don't approve of Bush's plan to control the world, who don't want countries "liberated" without UN backing, who can't stand anymore neo-con bravado shoved down their throats.
This is the mark of the people who want the Kyoto Protocol for the environment, who want the International Criminal Court for greater justice, who want a world where all nations, including the U.S.A., are free of weapons of mass destruction, and who pledge to take their country back
Stolen Art Gallery (includes following disclaimer: "This found art collection is obtained by searching for "dcp" on a person to person file sharing network. As most digital cameras save their pictures with a file name patterned "dcp_1234.jpg" this method finds pictures from these cameras that are publically shared, usually by accident. By doing this an interesting class of found art can be collected. This is a snapshot of what people are taking digital photos of. (This technique is the image analog of Napster Nuggets)....Be warned some of these images are pornographic. Do not view this exhibition if you are under 18, or under the legal age for viewing pornographic or sexual images in your area. Do not view this exhibition if you find pornographic or sexual images offensive" - so probably not worksafe!)...