Sunday, April 1, 2007

Happy April Fools' Day.

To celebrate, why not visit www.pranks.com, a new site launched today by the king of the hoax Joey Skaggs. Both historical and instructional, the site examines the Prank as satire, protest and artwork, and features essays from the classic Re/Search volume "Pranks" (and the recent "Pranks 2"). Skaggs, who spoke in Toronto last fall as part of the 7a*11d Performance Art Festival, is responsible for Cathouse For Dogs, Celebrity Sperm Bank, The Fat Squad and dozens of other classic media pranks.

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