Try as you might, you can’t escape commercials. In North America, they account for almost a third of scheduled programming. During the Superbowl, they generate almost as much hype as the game itself. Fortunately for those of us who seek refuge from the onslaught of marketing, there are artists like Ron English re-imagining some of America’s best-known advertising campaigns. A forerunner to Banksy, English’s work is definitely mischievous, drawing attentions to certain truths manufacturers would rather consumers ignored. The iconoclast has recreated cigarette billboards and depicted a rotund Ronald McDonald; he has even reinterpreted Picasso’s Guernica, Kiss, and Homer Simpson for his own nefarious ends and shows no signs of slowing down.