The meme-ification of Donald Trump is a growing phenomenon that speaks loudly to the absurdity of the 45th president.
Pepsi’s recent and risible “protest” ad has birthed memes that liken it to everything from Tiananmen Square’s “Tank Man” to Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother.”
People are dealing with the new realities of Trumplandia through memes because they help us laugh. Did someone say #goldenshowers?
Since Cecilia Giménez Zueco transformed Elías García Martínez’s “Ecce Homo” into the viral sensation “Monkey Jesus,” the Santuario de Misericordia has been turned into an interactive tribute to the two artists’ improbable collaboration.
Cecilia Giménez Zueco’s botched restoration of a small fresco in Spain looks as entrancingly bad in person as it does in pictures.
The US Presidential election cycle has become a hotbed of coded memes and imagery.
The most astute reaction to news anchor Brian Williams’s claim that he “misremembered” being present inside a US Army helicopter when it was shot down in Iraq can be found in a meme now ricocheting through the Twitter-verse.
The Metropolitan Museum has officially won the internet today.
What happens when you combine Ray Rice, football, a meme, and Jenny Holzer?
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, and many, including one of China’s most famous dissidents, Ai Weiwei, are commemorating the occasion with personal protests.
Last week, Ugandan officials passed the 2011 Anti-Pornography Bill. Ugandans on Twitter (#UOT) were quick to join the fray with memes and a hashtag.
Memes derive their power from their group appeal, their essential authorlessness. Ideas move around the web at the speed of light … when it comes to memes and tumblelogs and internet trends, originality is not the deciding factor.