Guerilla tactics are employed in advertising, theater, art, etc, etc, etc.
Here are some examples of Guerilla Art.
Barry Thomas, "Vacant lot of Cabbages." New Zealand, 1978.
SANDWICH BOARDS / WEARABLES
(Workers carrying sandwich boards with words from German poet Bertold Brecht's In Praise of Dialectics.)
MUD + STENCILS
Laurie Jo Reynolds, "Tamms Year Ten." 2008. Mud.
SHOP-PLACING / DROP-LIFTING / SHOP-DROPPING
as a form of "Culture-Jamming" (as coined by Ryan Watkins-Hughes).
The New York Times recently featured a few artists who shop-drop.
Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, "Tiza (Lima)." 1998.
AND OF COURSE, THE GUERILLA GIRLS
HOW COULD GUERILLA TACTICS BE USED TO EXPRESS GRATITUDE?
BANKSY. Mini documentary here.
The intersection of these two words is more than alliteration--
it opens up some unique spaces of meaningful artistic inquiry.
Here are some of my pedagogical musings, dabblings, wonderings and wanderings.