Pop-Culture-Mashups

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Ron English: Mash-up Iconoclast

Ron English (born 1959) is an American contemporary artist who explores popular brand imagery & advertising. His signature style employs a mash-up of high & low cultural touchstones. He is one of the most prolific & recognizable artists alive today, bombing the global landscape with unforgettable images. Ron implores us to re-evaluate what we see & succumb to it no more.

The new documentary The Art & Crimes of Ron English, directed by Pedro Carvajal is an engaging look into the life & art of the “billboard bandit” that will inspire & activate.

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Cross Connect is loud, remixed & in your Facebook.

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As some of you may know, last week a meme of mine featuring my own face was shared by George Takei to his audience of nearly 10 million followers. Unfortunately, I neglected to include any contact information on the meme, so rather than becoming a popular “ce-web-rity” like Tay Zonday, I became nothing more than another ERMAHGERD - a nameless Derp to be passed around and mocked. So today I have created what I believe to be the most viral meme ever, something that has it all - pop culture mashups, humor, shareability. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you…. BRAKING STEWIE.

'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Meets 'The Wizard Of Oz' In Frightening Mashup Video [Watch]

I get the feeling Dorothy and her pals aren’t in Kansas anymore. Surely, after watching Darren Wallace’s new mashup video of Avengers: Age of Ultron and The Wizard of Oz, you will see what i’m talking about.

The result is The Avengers of Oz: Age of Tin Man. As the title suggests, the Tin Man got fed up with looking for a heart and decided to pick up world domination. The Tin Man takes on the…

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Free MP3: Økapi 'Fixes' Opera With Masterful Remixes in Opera Riparata | WIRED
Italian turntablist Økapi has a rather unusual goal for his latest work: fixing opera. The recording, called Opera Riparata ("repaired opera"), is based on the notion of breaking up famous operas into pieces, then putting them back together in unique ways that make the songs sound like entirely new compositions. Download a free MP3 from Wired.

The recording, called Opera Riparata (“repaired opera”), is based on the notion of breaking up famous operas into pieces, then putting them back together in unique ways that make the songs sound like entirely new compositions.