Since 2001, INDECLINE has used street art, film, and guerrilla performance art to expose injustices carried out by both corporations and government agencies, using a combination of satire and parody. The anonymous, activist collective is by far the most widely-publicized group currently operating in the US. With the 2020 election looming, INDECLINE’s voice is more vital than ever. 

INDECLINE has represented a multi-faceted movement, finding new ways to expose truth and provoke critical thought in the maelstrom of propaganda that is modern living.  Risk, guerrilla tactics and extreme logistical challenges are the main ingredients in the INDECLINE recipe. As a result, actions have often gone viral, eventually receiving international press, and, in the process, inspiring countless other activists and artists to create their own projects and stunts.

Operating as a not-for-profit collective since its inception, INDECLINE has been resourceful in effectively making noise on small budgets, as all money is raised from selling art and merchandise on their website. They have contributed thousands to keeping the national conversation honest.  And they have contributed thousands more to charitable organizations that fight using more traditional methods.