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Fuck This Book Paperback – July 7, 2005
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Wrong. The variety in this book is amazing; there is not one repetition in the nearly one hundred images! Yes, they're all amusing; but some are ambiguous, which even adds to their humor. Some actually change a mundane sign into something not just provocative but profound -- while still being uproariously funny.
Artistically, the book is situationist and interventionist. May I explain? The signs belong only in certain environments (situations); the superimposed stickers, always a mere single syllable, intervene on the mundane thoughts which the utilitarian signs usually generate. At the same time, the stickers bring the signs to life like turning so many inert puppets into real people.
With one single action, the stickers force removal of the original meaning, but not entirely: hence the jokes. Marcel Duchamp, anyone? He would have loved it.
The book also records performance art. Unlike most such art, there are no people here. That they don't show up in the photos actually enriches the result; we are left to respond to the photos in our own way, without restriction of others' actions.
This collection is an extraordinary cultural commentary. In a singular way, it encapsulates the sexualization in pop culture. So what will parents do when they and their children encounter this book in a store? I'd like to be there right then, just to witness the result.
You know those T-shirts people wear (especially young people) that have incongruous, mysterious, or challenging words on them, unrelated to what their wearers may be doing at that moment?Read more ›
This is a fun, inexpensive book that will have you laughing uncontrollably as you flip the pages. Just when you thought it couldn't get any funnier...you'll see the next sign. I highly recommend this book!
The idea of replacing words in signs with the f-word is pretty funny, but a lot of the stuff in here is just flat. Worth flipping through once (maybe twice) but that's it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Funniest f**king book I've ever read. What the f**k are you waiting for? Read the f**king book. Seriously it was a good book,inspired everyone to make up their own words. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Cali Girl
I can't say anything bad about this book - it's amazingly funny. And I was happy to see that most of the images are shot in Philly - my hometown. BONUS!Published on January 6, 2014 by Adam Bowers
I am looking for a book for a 5 year old. Glad I do not have the 5 year old next to me as I do it. Typed "castle stickers" into the search strip. Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Elly
i loved this book!xD me and my girlfriend have gone through it a bunch of times and cant get enough of it. trust me it never gets old!Published on April 14, 2013 by Michael D. Shutt
This book is a great gift to give. Brings lots of laughs and great conversation starter and/or coffee table purchase.Published on April 2, 2013 by Jessica A. Yarbrough
The idea is, you take these stickers that say F---, stick them on a sign, take a photo, and send it to the guy. He'll put you on his website or maybe even in a book. Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by Stephanie Dragon
Don't get me wrong, this book is funny- but not laugh out loud funny. I was excited to get this book as the previous reviews really talked it up. Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by JRO