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March 16, 2002
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"Britney Underground takes you on a tour of poignant urban artistry in a time of crisis." it's a nice collection of graffti from britney spears posters in new york, pretty funny. the negative emails are possibly the highlight.
posted by rhyax (10 comments total)

 
“the negative emails are possibly the highlight.”

aren't they always.

cool link. thanks.
posted by mikhail at 4:17 PM on March 16, 2002


btw, look out for pop-up ads and gator install when you get to the forum.
posted by mikhail at 4:20 PM on March 16, 2002


@#%$ you, your just jeliouse that you cant have here, so i would talk those
pitchures down She is hot and you axre a fat @#%$.


YoW!


...and, what mikhail said, plus that site wants to set an unbelievable number of cookies.
posted by rodii at 5:27 PM on March 16, 2002


Is it just me or does this defaced Britney look kinda like Greg Allman?
posted by jonmc at 5:35 PM on March 16, 2002


Very cool link.

"what loosers we have living here LOOSERS all LOOSERS ! And what is sad is that Britney is one of the people who is not a looser she made a carrer and is doing what she loves to do"

I guess if you're gonna misspell a word (loser), at least be consistent.
posted by Hankins at 5:35 PM on March 16, 2002


duchamp would be proud.
posted by ronv at 7:39 PM on March 16, 2002


This was a doubly fun site for my girlfriend and me, as we got to go through the pictures and figure out which ones we used to see every day. I think both of the "skulled" posters are from 14th St.
posted by droob at 9:19 PM on March 16, 2002


I freequently spell loser looser. You gota problem with that?
posted by delmoi at 11:31 PM on March 16, 2002


I lived in NYC back when Les Misérables was coming to town, with one of the first saturation poster campaigns. This was also when the NYCTA had first installed bus shelters throughout the city capable of holding these large-format, backlit advertisements, inside break-resistant and marker-resistant plastic. It wasn't long before almost every one of them had been drawn on in some way.
posted by dhartung at 12:38 AM on March 17, 2002


Wow, I'm glad I'm not the only one who went around taking pictures of the defacements. Maybe I should post my shots of the Michael Jackson posters that were up around the same time.

For what it's worth, people apparently like MJ better than Britney.
posted by anildash at 2:24 PM on March 17, 2002


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