Matt Siber is an artist whose work deals with capitalism, consumerism, and American product-driven ideologies. He is well known for his photography editing which displaces well known logos in the air (which normally float over gas stations or stores) as if they are signs from “the heavens”
This is from his BIllboard Vinyls series, which moves his billboard advertisements to a gallery space. In a way, this makes the viewer consider advertising as art, and the viewing process (in a gallery vs. in the “wild”).
This piece Burger King, is really interesting in its perspective, in the way that the logos almost glare down at the viewer in an oppressive way.
This piece Philgas is my favorite from the series, since it presents a bleak green space, almost as if advertising to nobody.