I Want You (Artfux, left) and The New World Order (English, right)
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English, Ron (culture jammer)
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Community art/Billboards: USA, New York, New York City. "I Want You..." and "The New World Order" guerrilla billboards up for one day, January 26, 1991, corner of Houston Street and Broadway.
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