Thursday, 1 March 2012

Off The Shelf

Ron English
Stickable Art Offenses
Publishers: Last Gasp


Ron English started his career in the early 1980s and is considered by some to be one of the fathers of contemporary street art. His main talent is creating thought provoking, political and consumer oriented statements which makes you look more deeply into the so called 'greater corporate good'!

This book takes the Mick out of the big multinationals, by changing the visuals of their familiar logos such as, the golden M and a fat Ronald, Starbucks has the green figured lady but with accentuated breasts, Apple Mac with a razor blade concealed within the interior of the apple and Tony the Tiger holding a knife to the throat of one of the Rice Crispy triplets. 

However, Ron did not want this publication gathering dust on a shelf it's meant to make a statement...
To experience this book you have to use the book, show the World how good it is by sticker slapping your local hood. Then sit back, smile and think... thank God for Ron English's art!

Quick, look inside before it's empty...

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