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the light bulb is shaped like a hand
Philips Lights You
Philips Lights You by RODAS , via Behance
a woman with a barcode over her mouth and the words property of society on it
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Women and all her body parts, beauty and soul are commodities for consumption.
an old photo of a man with a blindfold on his face, wearing a suit and tie
Marleen Rodiers
an image of a woman laying on top of a giant brain
What’s Wrong With Today’s Society Captured In 102 Brutally Honest Illustrations
It's no secret that our society has its flaws - dependence on technology, taxes, obesity, devaluation of workers - to name a few. Some people may not even want to think about any these problems but illustrator John Holocraft, on the other hand, he looks them straight in the eye and depicts them in a satirical way.
a man is looking at his cellphone while laying on the bed in front of him
7 Ways We're Slowly Becoming Our Phones - LifeHack
How connected do you feel to your mobile device? Have you ever uttered the phrase "I feel naked without my phone?" It's become a modern truism--but are we so attached to our phones that we're actually BECOMING them?
a red and white sign with the words enjoy capitalism on it's bottom corner
culture jamming - Buscar con Google
a black and white photo with words written on the wall
There Is Always A Theory
Existential anti-consumerist #Graffiti Is this what we have become? A four stage life cycle, performed daily for the whole of our adult lives?
Andermatt, Humour, Iphone, Typography, Barcode, Fork, Nerd
a blue background with the words when the going gets tough, the tough go shopping
Cómo hacer un buen retail therapy y salir feliz y favorecida!
Image by Olivia Steele. ° Lights, Soundtrack, Visual, Mood, Mood Board, Vaporwave
Image by Olivia Steele. °
a drawing of three women holding a sign that says sale ends today
Dose — Modern Market Research
Banksy, the world-renowned graffiti artist, social commentator, and political activist has always drawn attention to hot button issues with his satirical street art, and 2015 was no different. Tackling issues from global warming to the refugee crisis, take a moment to appreciate Banksy's art.
a bar code on top of a piece of cardboard with an image of a tree
Print Ads.
Print Ads. by Bassem Sabry, via Behance
a robot sitting at a table with food on it
Two-Thirds Of The Developing World's Jobs Will Be Taken By Robots
Two-Thirds Of The Developing World's Jobs Will Be Taken By Robots, UN Report States -
an image of a man and woman in front of a beer advertisement on the phone
Are Today's Ads More Sexist Than They Were 40 Years Ago?
Fascinating how only 50 years ago, women were blatantly belittled in advertising like this. Now we are just as belittle...only on a level we take part in. Modern advertisement manipulates and belittles women in a far more disturbing way if you ask me...all under the umbrella of our "independence" and taking charge of our "sexuality." So fascinating.
an advertisement for a medical treatment program with a man laying in bed and the words take a motrin written on it
This Little Boy's Reaction to Getting an NHL's Player's' Hockey Stick Is the Best
two women holding signs with their mouths open while standing next to each other in front of a black background
Best Funny video Memes - 9GAG
The #WomenNotObjects project fights against sexist advertisements in a sarcastic way.
a person holding up a piece of paper with the words throw me away, i'm used to it
The person in charge of this Direct Mail campaign for a charity.
The person in charge of this Direct Mail campaign for a charity. | The 29 Most Passive Aggressive People Of All Time
a large sign that says the larger i make this is the less the content matters
Sarcastic Street Art by Mobstr
graffiti on the side of a building that says, i think to buy a car to go to work
Portugal's Pain, in Pictures
Pictures of the Economic Crisis in Portugal
a black and white photo with words written on the side of a building that reads houses stand empty while homelessness grows who makes the profits somebody knows
13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. LV)
Empty Homes protest graffiti
a man is holding makeup brushes in front of his face and the barcode behind him
Google Search
consumer culture - Google Search consumption, identity
a person's hand with a bar code tattoo on it
barcoded - slave to society
an info sheet with information about the different types of boats in the water and on land
How Monsanto Took Over Our Food System—A Graphical History - Robyn O'Brien
Monsanto's History…
an info sheet describing the different types of surfboards and their features in each section
26 Best Money Habits (Saving, Budgeting, and Increasing Income)
How to Cut Emotional Spending
a man holding a beer in his right hand with the words we are all consumers on it
Fight Club inspired piece submitted to PBR art. #bradpitt #art #pbrart
an old photo of a woman playing violin on the street in front of some people
A forgotten profession: In the days before alarm clocks were widely affordable, people like Mary Smith of Brenton Street were employed to rouse sleeping people in the early hours of the morning. They were commonly known as ‘knocker-ups’ or ‘knocker-uppers’. Mrs. Smith was paid sixpence a week to shoot dried peas at market workers’ windows in Limehouse Fields, London. Photograph from Philip Davies’ Lost London: 1870-1945.
the people will believe what the media tells them they believe
Media control