“Occupy” Protesters’ Creative Impact Against the System

A cat passes by graffiti reading “re-evolve” in front of a closed hotel, occupied by protesters, next to Madrid’s landmark Puerta del Sol. (Reuters)

A flag made by Occupy Wall Street campaign demonstrators is seen in Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York. (Reuters)

A banner reading ‘Capitalism is Crisis’ is displayed in front of St Paul’s Cathedral in the city of London on October 16, 2011 as part of a global day of protests inspired by the “Occupy Wall Street” and “Indignant” movements. (AFP)

An Occupy Wall Street campaign protester wears a mask on the back of his head as he walks through Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York, USA. Protesters complaining about the power of the financial industry staged noisy demonstrations and slowed pedestrian traffic on Wall Street for the second consecutive week. (Reuters)

A man wears an Occupy LA t-shirt at their protest camp in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2011. (Reuters)

Jessica O’Donnell holds a sign at the Occupy LA protest on the lawn in front of Los Angeles City Hall on October 8, 2011. (Reuters)

A demonstrator holds a sign at the Occupy LA protest on the lawn in front of Los Angeles City Hall on October 8, 2011. (Reuters)

Susan Cameron, 49, writes messages in chalk on the sidewalk at the Occupy LA protest camp in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street movement that began in New York last month with a few people has expanded to protests across the country with marches and camps taking shape from Tampa, Florida to Portland, Oregon, and Los Angeles to Philadelphia. Protesters’ messages range from anti-corporate sentiments to frustration with the financial system and politicians. (Reuters)

Pumpkins decorated with the faces of bankers are displayed at the Occupy LA protest camp in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2011. (Reuters)

Following widespread reports suggesting New York police arrested over 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters during their march across Brooklyn Bridge, Anonymous has posted several videos chronicling the event. (Reuters)

Occupy Wall Street participants protest on Washington Square in New York on October 15, 2011. The Occupy Wall Street movement went global with groups spanning the globe from Asia to Europe, and in every U.S. state, staging demonstrations and other actions. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

An Occupy Wall Street protester joins a demonstration in Times Square. (Reuters)

Protesters gather outside St. Paul’s Cathedral during the Occupy London rally. A large group of demonstrators also gathered near the London Stock Exchange to protest against the banks’ handling of the fincial crisis. (Getty Images, AFP)

A demonstrator puts her fingerprints on a banner as she attends the Occupy Paradeplatz protest in front of Swiss banks UBS and Credit Suisse in Zurich on Saturday. (Christian Hartmann/Reuters)

A demonstrator stands in front of the UBS building during the Occupy Paradeplatz protest in Zurich. (Christian Hartmann/Reuters)

Protesters demonstrate at the Puerta del Sol in Madrid on Saturday. (Dani Pozo/AFP/Getty Images)

A protester hold a placard (above), and birds and a Guy Fawkes mask rest on a statue of a bull outside the Hong Kong Exchange Square (below). (Kin Cheung/Associated Press)

Occupy Boston protesters participate in an anti-war march. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

Occupy Boston protesters participate in an anti-war march. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

An Occupy Together activist, spinning in a German Wheel, joins other protesters near the Monument of the Revolution in Mexico City. (Reuters)

Greek “indignants” protest at Athens’ Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament. (Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images)

A South Korean protester holds a banner during the Occupy Seoul rally in front of the main gate of Deoksu Palace in Seoul. (Park Ji-Hwan/AFP/Getty Images)

Clockwise from top left: Protesters in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Toronto; Hong Kong and Tokyo. (Associated Press, Reuters, AFP/Getty Images)

Occupy DC protesters rally in front of the U.S. Treasury Department in Washington, DC. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Demonstrators participate in an Occupy Lisbon protest in Portugal. (Luis Manuel Neves/AFP/Getty Images)

Supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement take to the streets of downtown Lake Worth Saturday, chanting “We are the 99%.” (Bruce R. Bennett/The Palm Beach Post)

Fatima Carvallo kisses Greg Gilmour as they particpate in an Occupy Miami protest on October 15. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

People particpate in an Occupy Miami protest on Saturday. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

People particpate in an Occupy Miami protest on Saturday. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Damaged ATM in Rome during Saturday’s protests. (AFP/Getty Images)

Andrew Kirschner of Boca Raton participates in the Occupy Lake Worth protest at Bryant Park. The “Occupy” movement staged its first rally in Palm Beach County Saturday, drawing about 250 people, who addressed an array of concerns about today’s society, most of which they say lead to one place – Wall Street. (Gary Coronado/The Palm Beach Post)

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