I.D. Magazine
Webwatch Review
January/February 1997

"All attempts to show indispensable or important functions of the spleen have been unsuccessful." This mysterious anatomical phenomenon serves as a point of departure for The Spleen, piotr Szyhalski's poetic but wittily disturbing exploration of propaganda. Spewing bilious browser windows slowly and methodically, Spleen's elegance almost lulls us into a kind of complicity with Holzeresque truisms that serve as the focus of Szyhalski's 30 entrancing "Electric Posters and Amends," a kind of interactive series of daily affirmations. one of the truly rich and visually arresting sites out there, spleen and its living billboards begin to gesture toward a new form of Web-based interactivity."

Kristine Malden