The "Obey" meme originated from a street-art campaign during the late 1980s by artist Shepard Fairey, who created an image of Andre the Giant, the iconic wrestler, along with the word "Obey." It's been interpreted in various ways, but is generally understood to refer to the idea of blindly conforming to social norms.
The Obey meme was a commentary on the power of propaganda and how people can be manipulated into obeying authority figures. Similarly, the DADA movement rejected traditional cultural conventions, including the notion of art as an object of aesthetic beauty, and embraced the absurd, the irrational, and the anti-establishment.
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