Here are some of the media stunts, one-man shows, meme campaigns, concept posters, and culture jams I’ve done in the last 9125 days.



A BillionairesForBush-esque merger of the Republican Party and multinational corporations. RepubliCorp combines the ethics-free campaign savvy of the GOP™ with the limit-free spending power of Corporate America. Agit-Pop & MoveOn ran this campaign together in month prior to the 2010 midterm elections.


Billionaires for Wealthcare

A grassroots network of health insurance CEOs, HMO lobbyists, talk-show hosts, and others profiting off of our broken health care system.


Pinocchio Politics

Armed with plastic noses, slide-whistles and Bingo boards, citizens hit the streets to call out the McCain campaign’s lies.

Lobbyists for McCain

This Billionaires for Bush-style campaign helped expose John McCain’s ties to lobbyists.


Oil Enforcement Agency

Imagine a world in which the government actually enforces fuel efficiency.


Quarantine Wal-Mart

Nationwide day of action pressuring Wal-Mart to provide health coverage for their workers.

Bring Them Home Now

The peace sign and the yellow ribbon, together at last on a perfectly legal US postage stamp.


Drown in This Bathtub

While on the job for Working Assets, we parked a billboard truck in front of Grover Norquist’s DC office with a photo of Katrina devastation and his own famous quote, “I’d like to shrink government down to a size where I could drown it in a bathtub.” Blow-back, domestic flavor.

Katrina á la Bush / Recipe for Disaster

If Katrina was a recipe in a Bush Administration cookbook…


Billionaires for Bush

In tiaras and top hats, billionaires hit the streets in support of the best President money can buy. “Corporations are People, Too.”

I Love My NYU Adjunct Professor

With NYU adjunct professors fighting for a fair union contract, my organizing class at NYU turns into an education in how to organize against NYU. My students launched their own creative campaign to mobilize their fellow students in support of the union.


Absurd Response to an Absurd War

A dada-Orwellian response to the sheer idiocy of the Iraq War.

Website that actually used the maximum 63 characters allowable in a web address. It’s a long story, but the idea was to point out how lame A.N.S.W.E.R. was while not turning any people away from a big anti-Iraq war march they were organizing in DC.


Church of Skeptical Mysticism

Where I step into the robes of my alter-ego, Brother Void, to bring the great ideas of East & West to a new generation.

Philosophical Shit List

The entire canon of Western philosophy thru a scatological lens.


Gathering of Hope

Procession and shrine-making at World Trade Center site.


Billionaires for Bush (or Gore)

CEOs and wealthy heiresses step out of their limos and into the streets with a simple message: “We don’t care who you vote for, we’ve already bought them!”

People’s Art Auction

Protesting pay cuts for MOMA workers, we auction off a Picasso in the MOMA lobby. Pandemonium ensues.


Chef of the Activist Kitchen

Channeling Paul Zaloom, I host a fake TV cooking show to demonstrate the power of creative direct action. Special appearances by bad French accent, and blender.

Global Village Idiot

Performance art by the Po Mo To Go mascot. Book sawn in half, then read aloud.


Boston Tea Party Redux

In which we hijack a Tax Day GOP media stunt aboard the Boston Tea Party Ship Museum.


Precision Cell-Phone Drill Team

Corporate executives on military maneuvers.

Rich People’s Liberation Front

Pre-cursor to Billionaires for Bush.

Corporate Soup Kitchen

Theater piece demonstrating injustices of corporate welfare.


Dance of the 10 Chairs

Noh-theater style dance demonstrating growing wealth inequality in US.

Inequality Olympics

Series of street theater pieces to demonstrate growing wealth and income gap in US.

Sweat Gear

Satirical mail-order clothing catalog and centerpiece of campaign to eradicate sweatshops in El Salvador.


100 Musical Chairs

100-person strong human bar-graph of economic inequality.


The Fabulous Farabundo vs. The Overstuffed Oligarchy

Community performance to raise money and awareness about social justice in El Salvador. Audience pummels bad guy with shaving-cream pies.


The Affordable Housing Jester

In which a man wearing a funny hat and a cardboard house educates the community about affordable housing.


Green Bike Project

Utopian experiment in free bicycles. Mass exorcism releases bikes from the bonds of commodity fetishism.

Nuclear Saints of America

11 students take over U of Michigan engineering lab to “help” military research effort.