Disney Go Home
A dissident poster protesting the Disney-fication of Times Square. The original of this poster is housed in museums around the world as well as the Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
The idea to revitalize Times Square had been on the books since the early 1980's. In the late nineties, corporate donations helped make it happen, with Disney leading the way. Disney? New York, I love you, but you're bringing me down. Becoming bland. Becoming a franchise. Selling yourself short in search of a buck., and the lowest form of a buck to boot— a tourist buck. We can now travel to any spot on the planet and find the exact same crap we have at home. Put a roof over it and call it a mall.
Museum quality Epson print on enhanced matte cover stock. Printed with archival inks. Matte finish.