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  • I've taken to 'adbusting' in the name of my favourite band.

    rivers Diary Entry

  • I can see them being targets for some subvertising or adbusting. yeah - it's Ken's idea.

    The Guardian World News

  • So many celebrities are so heavily touched up now that this bit of adbusting from Germany is freaking genius as far as I'm concerned.

    Jason Cosper

  • We combined our Bonn sightseeing tour with some adbusting.


  • In a clever form of adbusting, they superimposed the Photoshop steps it takes to make the ladies look so picture perfect, both a lesson in design and a gentle reminder of our urban airbrushed landscape. ...

    Cool Hunting

  • But while previously we'd only had one anonymous review and a pair of introspective pre-mortems with the "press-shy" Shyamalan - the latest Whether it's the work of just one Manosh-targeting vandal or a number of copycat subway saboteurs, the one thing we know about The Happening adbusting is that we find it fucking hilarious.


  • New rules to end 'blogger payola' - "US regulators will for the first time crack down on bloggers who fail to disclose fees or freebies they get from companies for reviewing products." time to find a new job, kottke et al. "Nothing But": Outdoor-Gruppenausstellung in Berlin/UPDATE - "llegale Adbusting-Gruppenausstellung in Berlin - und zwar in Form von Citylight-Postern zwischen Neukölln und Mitte." illegal adbusting exhibit in berlin, some very impressive ideas. piece 0 plastic - the revolution will be blogged

    piece 0 plastic - the revolution will be blogged


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  • A form of culture jamming in which an existing ad is rendered subversive, typically by application of a détournement. This approach is the trademark of Adbusters magazine.

    December 9, 2007