Lo siento, yo no se hablar o escribir Catalan. Vale.
And in case my Spanish is as bad as I think it is, here it is again in English.
For the people from the Barcelona talk at CCCB
Thank you for coming. This is the images from my presentation, without audio, in flash. It is 56mb, so give it time. If you have questions, write me, but it’s better if you write me in English if possible.
I’m sorry I don’t know how to speak or write Catalan.
Here’s some related links in the order of when I mentioned them in talk:
- Eyebeam OpenLab
- San Francisco Anti-War Protests
- Critical Mass
- 924 Gilman Street (and the Bay Area punk scene)
- Black Panthers
- The Diggers on wikipedia and diggers.org
- Survival Research Labs
- Graffiti in San Francisco
- Barry McGee / Twist
- Billboard Liberation Front and BLF’s Art and Science of Billboard Improvement Instruction Set
- San Franicisco Murals
- my ADVERTISEMENT mural
- Instructions for ADVERTISMENT mural
- Social Marketing – using marketing concepts and techniques for the public good. Often used in health campaigns.
- Stages of Change Theory – brief summary (there is a lot of writing on this)
- I CAN’T RELAX mural
- I’M AFRAID OF A WAR
- Budget Gallery and Budget Gallery instruction set
- The Anti-Advertising Agency
- AdLib Poster Campaign and blank poster pdf
- AAA Portable Sound Units and instruction set
- You Don’t Need It Stickers with Packard Jennings send me candy and your address and I will send you some for free. Feel free to print your own in Catalan
- Individual Change and Policy Change (Public Will)
- The Federal Highway Beautification Act of 1964
- Maine, Vermont, Alaska, and Hawaii State Billboard Bans
- NY Dept. of Buildings – What You Need to Know About Advertising Signs
- Advertisers break laws, pay fines, and make a profit.
- NY Dept. of Buildings Enforcement
- Peoples311.com with StayFree Magazine
- Abstractor by Ji Lee
- Light Criticism
- Pixelator by Jason Eppink
- SF Ad Ban wins in recent election
- Oakland wins court battle with advertisers
- On The Media on Sao Paolo, Brazil’s advertising ban
…all that in a 20 minute talk!