Karol Frycz (Poland, ur. 29 marca 1877 w Cieszkowach; zm. 30 sierpnia 1963 w Krakowie)
„Król w podziemiach” do sztuki Jerzego Żuławskiego „Eros i Psyche”, 1904
Guerilla poster art in Austin, Texas, ca. 1982.
"it’s about who you miss at 2 in the afternoon when you’re busy, not 2 in the morning when you’re lonely."
"The supposedly revolutionary activity of the activist is a dull and sterile routine - a constant repetition of a few actions with no potential for change. Activists would probably resist change if it came because it would disrupt the easy certainties of their role and the nice little niche they’ve carved out for themselves. Like union bosses, activists are eternal representatives and mediators. In the same way as union leaders would be against their workers actually succeeding in their struggle because this would put them out of a job, the role of the activist is threatened by change. Indeed revolution, or even any real moves in that direction, would profoundly upset activists by depriving them of their role. If everyone is becoming revolutionary then you’re not so special anymore, are you?"