All hijinks... ever
For a timeline of when and why they occurred, see our timeline (coming soon). For why we did certain actions, and how well we think they succeeded, see our press pages. For the full, gory stories behind actions, take a peek behind the curtain.
Because a so-called fake website started the Yes Men, we've made dozens more over the years.
These websites represent our opponents more transparently than they ever present themselves — making these true websites, not fake! Also, whereas sinister people use trickery to get outcomes, we reveal hoaxes to mobilize.
These are the presentations we've made at corporate conferences over the years.
For maximum effect, wear ill-fitting shoes and slouch in a folding chair as you click through them.
These are videos that reveal actions, are used within actions, or come out of actions.
For standalone shorts, see our movies page.
Behind the curtain
These are the secret stories of actions that Yes Men have been a part of—in all their complexity, and not as a movie or press release represented them.
These are photos from various actions, usually in high-res.
Some of these aren't really photos but images of printed things used in our actions — brochures, mostly.
Fake Press Releases
These are fake press releases used in our actions.
Note: we always reveal our fakes in short order — and that's what distinguishes these from the bad kind of fakes. For why we did certain actions, and how well we think they succeeded, see our press pages.
These are a few of email exchanges, mostly with our "opponents."
There are a whole lot more where these came from, that we'll be adding as we unearth them.
Here's some press our projects have gotten, and what the goal was each time in getting it.
We've also estimated how successful some projects were in reaching their goals.