Meet David Dees. He drew Sesame Street characters for magazines and designed artwork for sugary-kids-cereal boxes and soft-drink advertisements, until in 2006 he was reborn as the artist laureate of the 9/11 Truth movement.

What irony that all of David Dees' years of designing for big corporations trained an art monster who would now turn his creative power back against that very corrupt mainstream media.

Irony indeed! The man whose radiant visuals surely Pied-Pipered youngsters into craving toxically unhealthy snacks now heroically uses his photo-illustrative talents to blow the whistle on such malnutritional practices.

When he's not sticking it to those evil bastards at Crystal Light, Dees demonstrates his skepticism about global warming by hacking together terrible Photoshops.

Some of his "No 'Bama" artwork is pretty bizarre and hilarious, as far as that kind of thing goes.

It's all point and scoff until Dees engages in the least cuddly of all conspiratorial pursuits, holocaust denial.

Submitter Anubis calls Dees' gallery "an insane maelstrom of conspiracy-theory masturbation material;" see it here!

– Andrew "Garbage Day" Miller

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