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Photoshopped advertising

They’re all retouched… from epoxy on flickr see also – our post on Detouch (Thanks Kelli)

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“Where’s my stickers?”

During the recent rush of attention I ran out of “you don’t need it” stickers and needed to order more. Those came, and then I quickly ran out again. I just dropped a couple hundred letters in the mail box (see photo above) and there’s more stickers on the way. They’re coming! Also, thanks those […]

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Subway Poster Remix Graffiti

(via Adam Rosen and these guys)

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No Lo Necesitas

You Don’t Need It, en español. Already on their way to Barcelona and Peru. This sticker accompanies our english version, and english stencil version. As always, available FREE – just send a self addressed stamped envelope to: The Anti-Advertising Agency c/o Eyebeam 540 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10011 We’re relocating! Will be out […]

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Watch Out Dr. Zizmor

Admittedly, I’m a little late to the game on this. Apparently it circled the design world last month when the Anti-Advertising Agency’s graphic designer, Adam Connelly, first sent this to me. Regardless, page through the 5 different templates on Design-Police, download and print on sticker paper, and start talking back to those poorly designed ads. […]

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You Are A Captive Audience

Here’s some miscellaneous links about advertisers seeing people in their everyday lives as a “captive audience” for their sales pitch. Enjoy! Fillboard Fillboard specializes in “handheld outdoor advertising” meaning they put ads on the pumps at gas stations. The site explains, “consumers interact with your with your ad during the 3-5 minute refueling process.” (What […]

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City fights illegal gig posters with CANCELLED stickers

In a remarkable “Plate of Shrimp”/cosmic unsconsiousness type event, this popped up on BoingBoing today. City fights illegal gig posters with CANCELLED stickers The city council of Glasgow is fighting illegal handbills with science: they’re paying city workers to go around and stick “cancelled” stickers on all the illegal gig posters put up around town. […]

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World’s Smallest Advert Subvert

With a half-inch sticker you can do so much. Thanks to the anonymous author of this project that popped up on the internet in the past few days.

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You Don’t Need It – Stickers

Based on the popularity of the Packard Jennings and the Anti-Advertising Agency’s Bus Stop Bench project we had some stickers made. They are easy to carry around town and by placing the stickers onto advertising (or other objects) the ad is detourned, often in humorous and interesting ways. Listen to Steve Lambert talk about the […]

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You Don’t Need It – Stickers

Download an EPS file of the sticker and print your own!

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The Bubble Project

Designer Ji Lee’s Bubble Project is a set of stickers in the form of cartoon talk bubbles designed to “transform the corporate monologue into an open dialogue. The stickers encourage anyone to fill them in with any form of self-expression, free from censorship.” There is a manifesto and downloadable PDFs available on his site, www.thebubbleproject.com.

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