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Andy Singer -- Evolution
Andy Singer -- Evolution
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleAndy Singer -- Evolution
CreatorAndy Singer
Time Span2012
Geographic LocationBoston, Massachusetts, United States
LanguageEnglish
Classgraphic arts
Typesticker
DescriptionA visual pun illustrating the evolution of a car to a bicycle. A similar well-known meme shows the evolution of an ape to a human being. As part of the anti-fossil fuel movement, the sticker promotes environmental consciousness and the use of bicycles rather than cars. Memes are text- and/or image-based ideas, behaviors, or styles that pass from person to person often through the use of technology.
References"About Andy Singer: Andy Singer is co-chair of the Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition and a professional cartoonist and illustrator. He's the author of four books including his latest, 'Why We Drive, ' which examines environmental, land use and political issues in transportation. You can see more of his cartoons at http://www.andysinger.com/ and you can learn more about the Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition at http://www.saintpaulbicyclecoalition.org/" -- streets mn website; http://www.andysinger.com/index.html; http://www.everydaycitizen.com/2012/02/an_interview_with_cartoonist_a.html
NotesCollected at the 2012 Boston Anarchist Bookfair. "The Boston Anarchist Bookfair hopes to bring together people struggling to destroy capitalism, imperialism, patriarchy, heterosexism, racism, colonialism, statism and all other forms of oppression. The Boston Anarchist Bookfair explores the ideas of a system that avoids the use of coercion, violence, force and authority, while still producing a productive and desirable society. The Boston Anarchist Bookfair advocates stateless societies based on non-hierarchical voluntary associations." -- Boston Anarchist Bookfair website: http://www.bostonanarchistbookfair.org/
RightsPlease see http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/copyright/.
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