Now that we unfortunately can't imagine email inboxes without spam and also with the popularisation of online diaries (so called weblogs another kind of annoying advertising is spreading: Comment spam. Here spammers abuse the comment function of weblogs which is there to discuss an entry. Using automated scripts they are leaving comments that point to casino, viagra, or penis-enlargement websites on as many weblogs as possible in order to boost the page rank on Google.

While millions of "bloggers" are annoyed SpamPaint tries to win something from this problem. SpamPaint converts comment spam into interesting and refreshing graphics and thus turns the table: looking forward to spam.

SpamPaint by Sebastian Schmieg | | 2005-2006