Summary: This is a photo shopped picture of the starbucks logo that i found online.  Caption: This logo relates to the article "Political Culture Jamming." Starbucks is now one of the largest chains and the US and is also ridiculously expensive. They have successfully created a need for fancy dessert type coffees and they jack up the prices.-Joseph Traini

Summary: This is a photo shopped picture of the starbucks logo that i found online. Caption: This logo relates to the article "Political Culture Jamming." Starbucks is now one of the largest chains and the US and is also ridiculously expensive. They have successfully created a need for fancy dessert type coffees and they jack up the prices.-Joseph Traini

In the United States Nike is coined as being the hero of the athletic world. Buying their products will allow you to make all your personal and athletic goals attainable because suddenly you can "just do it". But as consumers we forget who has to make these products. This culture jamming ad displays the reality of where Nike products come from and what "just doing it" looks like to children in other countries. Photo found on Pinterest.

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At one point, Nike allowed custom writing on their shoes, an artist had an idea, and in the request field online had words like “sweatshop” or “slavery”, and Nike.

"Adbusters regularly posts culture jams that "détourne" the message of ads to expose bad labor practices and the negative effects of certain products." This image shows that Coca-Cola, a company who tries to come off as family friendly, is nothing more than a capitalist corporation. culture jamming - Buscar con Google

one of my favourite examples of culture jamming: iconic, well-crafted and very true.

Culture Jamming

These images represent an anti-consumerism/anti-capitalism attitude. Culture jamming and subvertising take well-known product images .

A German street artist does some culture jamming on ads to show that beauty isn’t just skin deep, it’s also made on computers.

Street Art Reminds Us What True Beauty Is: Photoshop

This photo is a classic in the culture jamming aspect. It's always demanding in a positive or negative from the point of view.

I want YOU: To Spend a LOT. to prove you love your family. When did the real spirit of Christmas get lost

Right? Apple is one of the largest companies, with a loyal following worldwide. But when you get down to it, each of us are certainly overpaying for products that have simple upgrades or updates. Sometimes they may not even be noticeable! This is a great example of taking advantage of a brand that people will pay for. Photo found on pinterest

Yes, we know graffiti is a crime. But on occasion, it can be a pretty funny crime. Click through the gallery to see 30 people who made the most of their vandalism.

"Breathe"   Ron English's works explores popular brand imagery and advertisement in mash ups of high and low culture touchstones. He uses a tactic called Culture Jamming. Culture Jams are intended to question assumptions behind commercial cultures and often use mass media to create ironic and satirical commentaries about it self.

Ron English x Popaganda "Mini Billboard Release"

Breathe Mini Billboard by Ron English uses the well-known design of a cigarette package to catch attention. yet advertises for people to quit smoking and breathe healthy.

A culture jam courtesy of http://marklawrence.blogspot.com/

Feminist Culture Jams On

Shows how so many advertisements use sexism to sell their products. Making fun of the ads by saying if the product was any good it wouldnt need sexism to sell it.

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