Tag: stickers

Cultural Hijack: JUMP THE TURNSTILE! :D

by: Isiah Powell Taylor When concerning stickers, I was unsure at first of the way stickers function within space. Artists such as Banksy are able to easily commandeer public space…

Remix the City: Conference Project Post #3 — Glitching Heimbold

As the semester comes to a close and there is less than a week left to finalize my conference project, I feel confident in the work I have accomplished. I…

Remix the City: Conference Project Post #1 — Do You Control Space?

For our (Grace and Mathilde) conference project, we want to make a sticker story, explaining what Remix The City is, and the notions of space. The notions of space as…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — Our Benefactors

I got my idea almost immediately. After assessing Heimbold’s visual code, I realized that the building reminded me more of a museum than a place of creation. The white walls,…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — One Card, Many Cards Take Over

 Emma Wilder Sadowski: Sticker Project This project really began this summer, when I began really wondering how I was going to face the Armageddon of graduation– how my liberal arts…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — work buy consume die

The City and environments we live in play a huge part in the vision we have of ourselves, our work and interactions with others. When I say city I mean…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — Human/Nature Dichotomies

What is it about our particular society that makes us so uncomfortable with disorder? One of the primary characteristics of a city is its structure and planning, each element deliberate….

Remix the City: Sticker Project — Reframing Rihanna

For my sticker project, I chose to reframe Rihanna to show the truth behind her popstar image, which is reflected in one of her tweets. In order to accomplish reframe,…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — Taken to the City

Took my sticker design, printed it across 60 pieces of paper at the library and taped it together. Then removed an ad in a bus stop ad shelter in NYC and…

Remix the City: Sticker Project — Identity

Strategy in terms of the ‘Reframe’ and ‘Making the Invisible Visible’ readings: For the first image, I took part of the SLC brochure slogan “You are different. So are we.”,…