Political posters more than half a century old will be unveiled in a new exhibition called 50 Years of Radical Activism - Inner West Courier. October 15-24 2015, Stirrup Gallery, Addison Rd Community Centre, Marrickville
Residents spray their messages on unwelcome mobile ad billboards.
Council imposes $1500 fine for 'trailer trash'.
NO-AD is an annual anti-consumerism project organised by the artist Vermibus. The goal of the project is to reduce the impact of an advertisement by removing it. Watch the 2015 video.
Cut and Paste: Australia’s Original Culture Jammers, BUGA UP
The late 1970s saw the rise of an unusual form of civil disobedience in Australia in support of public health - Milissa Deitz, Global Media Journal (Australian Edition), Volume 8 Issue 1, 2014.
BUGAUP not dead?
Congratulations to the unknown person responsible for a BUGA-UP inspired refacing of a billboard in Marrickville, Sydney.
Thwaites sign leaves Blackburn brewery bosses redfaced.
BUGA UP – You’ve come a long way baby article by Frances van Zinnen published in Overland magazine, August 2012
The BUGA-UP TubeYouTube channel has been set up and 5 documentaries are available for viewing.
Plus, the Rogues Gallery updated with 40 of our 'Earliest Hits'
A Hungry Jack's billboard in North Perth promoting its premium range of burgers has been daubed with the message, "Obesity has never tasted so good"..
Peter Stuyvesant’s Adelaide Smokeasy. Adelaide hosted a secretive and controversial party – a promotional event for Imperial Tobacco’s Peter Stuyvesant cigarette brand, which hosts similar parties in a different Australian city each year.
fred cole, 1926-2009 (he insisted on small letters) went to war in the Middle East towards the end of World War II and claimed to have entered Germany driving a tank. But he will be remembered most for his successful campaign with BUGA-UP.
Lord Bloody Wog Rolo, 1945-2007 was an electronics engineer who made his living as an auto-electrician and installed car alarms. He called himself a professional alarmist. Others call him one of Australia's great stirrers.
Mays Lane wall gallery presents a tribute to the billboard modification crew of the 80s.