Let me take a second to introduce a friend of mine, Braydon Fuller. He’s always been a badass designer and web developer since we started college close to a decade ago. Since last year, he’s also been operating as an artist using conventional mediums to address topics such as: copyright law, free software, hacking culture, internet privacy, and his beefs with social-media platforms such as Twitter, and Facebook. When he’s not making art or developing for the web, he has embraced a passion for activism. His website Braydon.com acts as a central hub for his ongoing projects: Post-Software Movement, Free The Hackers, Into Infinity, A Revolution Online, and Stop Hollywood.
Recently, after reading letters he sent to lawyers and legislators concerning his accusations against Facebook, Twitter & Adobe Systems, I started browsing through his artwork on the Post-Software Movement website. I hadn’t seen his latest work and I really dug it, so I shot him an email to see if he was selling any of his paintings or willing to trade pieces. Instead of him cutting me a transaction or bartering, he just packaged a selection of his paintings and mailed them to me… Some serious gifts! The least I could do is share them with you. Visit Braydon.com to dive into his ongoing projects. Visit Post-Software to check out Braydon’s paintings. But most importantly, visit the Post-Software donation page to show support for this watchdog. This guy is living the definition of a noble experiment.
Thank you Bray! Stay up!
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