“Connecticut artist June Bisantz has been sticking her face in the public’s business for years.  She’s not being rude or self-righteous; she is, as artists like to say, appropriating public spaces …to comment on such high-profile targets as American pop culture and advertising.”

Art New England, Steve Starger "June Bisantz' Irreverent Signs"

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"Some of the advertisements on Hartford buses and billboards aren't what they seem.  The are the work of June Bisantz… who is either tweaking the advertising industry, promoting herself, creating a politically incorrect art form, furthering the cause of feminism or all three.”

The New York Times "These Ads Are Art"