Why I Cover Up Corporate Logos
Jonathon Reed

You had me at this:

“I’m much more motivated by the idea of something subtle and unexpected causing other people to pause and think. Nail polish, for me, demonstrates that unquestioned tenets of traditional masculinity — like boys and men not wearing make-up — are inadequate. If they’re wrong about my nails, maybe they’re wrong about emotional stoicism and patriarchal violence, too. So nail polish is a small tool to bring us — boys and all genders — closer to liberation.”

The covering of logos is such a small thing that can lead to broader discussions. It’s certainly a better way to start a conversation on capitalism than walking up to someone saying “Gee capitalism sucks, amirite?”

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