GRAVANITY

“As Warhol predicted with ’15 minutes of fame,’ hundreds of millions of individuals are craving immortality, or at least some public attention. Whether it’

“As Warhol predicted with ’15 minutes of fame,’ hundreds of millions of individuals are craving immortality, or at least some public attention. Whether it’s blogging, participating in Big Brother, having a character in a novel named after you, or adorning your car with personalized license plates, the masses want their names out there. This is where graffiti meets vanity to form GRAVANITY: an entire industry catering to the obsession of ordinary citizens wanting to leave ‘something’ behind in print, audio or imagery, preferably in the public domain.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE