Monday, December 05, 2005
Last week I brought you an incredible cut n pasted, situationist style cartoon warning of the threat posed to the rave scene by the likes of Tiesto. Well, this week, I bring you the perils of the typical night on the dance floor. These just keep coming in on ie-dance, for more of this check out this collection here.
I must have come across a dozen or so attempts to super-impose dialogue over kiddies comic strips, noen ever get far beyond the seven shades of situationist shite that inspired them; save for now, feast your eyes on this. At once a perfect example of the sort of distorted world view that can be forced on to a once innocent cartoon strip, and a warning against commercial dance all in one shot.
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