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“I must confess that I used them all up within the first day. It is entirely possible that random Brooklynites will see a giant eyed camera sticker looking at them near Precinct 81 police station, or that a bus rider will stumble upon one of the labels in the back of the seat in front of them. I gave on to my kid, she told me she put it by her playground in Carroll Gardens. In fact, I say give it to the kids, they will know what to do with them. Their eyes find spots we miss and those spots are intriguing to minds that operate at a different eye level.”
“its important to be vigilant for the safety of the urban dweller, but we know know this is a space that can be overly controlled --- MAke sure to see this Product as a tool to have a parallel gaze on any of the metropoli around the globe -- WE ARE BEING WATCHED--- so this simple action is a fulfilment of looking out for each other and now capitalism that wants us to be divided . Point surveillance out, map them and making your findings public !”
“Like the iconic Pussycat Dolls song, Stickwitu, these stickers ain't gonna bring me down, ain't nobody gonna love me better, ain't nobody gonna take me higher. In fact another Pussycat Dolls song that these stickers make me think of is When I Grow Up, because I certainly didn't know I would be who I am today when I grew up, but perhaps that is a result of the surveillance state and feeling constantly watched? Much food for thought, and I can't wait to ponder these questions while staring at my new stickers. I've stuck all over my laptop - so when people in specialty roast cafes look at me as I pretend to be a freelance graphic designer, they'll realise I'm looking @ them too.”
“When the world has screwed you And crushed you in its fist When the way you're treated Has got you good and pissed There's been one solution Since the world began Don't just sit and take it Stick it to the man Sorry... I just thought about the School of Rock for a sec there. I can't wait to go around and stick these all over the place. Gonna stick it to the man.”
“What is the tech-industry’s doctrine of simplicity? Arvid&Marie have finally got me thinking and with stickers to place on the same every day objects that consume me, perhaps I'll be reminded of that question and the realities behind it. Fulfilment through reflection, the best type.”
“I love stickers so much. I once won a pack of stickers so now every time I get a new sticker I feel like a WINNER! Winner winner sticker dinner! I stick stickers to everything so everyone knows how fulfilling my life is when there are stickers on it. Some may say that my love for stickers is a reflection of my attachment issues and they would be absolutely correct. Love is fleeting but stickers are forever. These particular stickers would look really good on my mirror, so they can look at me while I look at myself. That's a fulfilment cycle.”
“I want these stickers because I’m so done with being surveilled all the time. Although to be completely honest my recent thinking around surveillance has shifted so much especially because of my re-ignited fear of walking around London alone. Now I don’t even know if I love surveillance because of how many true crime podcasts I listen to or if I hate it based on the principle of privacy. Either way I know that these stickers will fulfil me because there’s nothing quite receiving a parcel to brighten up your day”
“I know they are watching me, on the streets, through my phone, while I order my product. These CCTV stickers will offer me a quick way to go undercover. To become part of the invisible infrastructures rather than the visible. Fulfilment is not something you can always see, nor is it something that should always be watched. Being invisible to technology's intrusive gaze is an act of resistance and fulfils a different need – to feel in control of your decisions and desires.”