There's a great little retro/novelty mail-order shop near me called
"RetroPlanet.com". Poking around there one day, I found
a cute "OBEY robot" `propaganda' poster for $7.
I work at a robotics company, developing what everyone seems obligated
to tell us are the future overlords of the robot revolution; of course
I had to get one to put up at the office.
The poster came rolled into a tight tube, so I took it into the office,
unrolled it, laid it face-down on an empty section of a teammate's
desk to wait for the paper to relax while I figured out where I should
actually hang the thing..., and promptly forgot about it.
But that was OK: apparently I didn't actually need to figure out
where it should go, because that would figure itself out....
About two months later, said teammate noticed that there was a poster
(still) sitting on his desk (confirming that it's easy to forget about
stray pieces of paper when you're distracted by hordes of future-overlords
running around the office) and decided to hang it up covering our
group's whiteboard--where we have our daily stand-ups. Some minor
hilarity ensued when everyone showed up later, and then someone else
promptly moved it into the kitchen--onto the front of the
refrigerator--to share the amusement with everyone else. To our
disappointment, though not to our surprise, that move was received
with little to no noticeable commotion.
However, a few days later..., another (smaller) poster appeared
laid over the "OBEY" poster:
a poster from the RESISTANCE movement.