The commodification of art became the subject of art itself.
So what happened to art and how did its commodification become so blatant?
But their relationship illuminates two bigger problems within our culture: oversharing and commodification.
True, Smith and Saltz are commenting on an especially egregious instance of commodification.
Great strides have been made in the commodification of lust and love.
The "cute" betrays our sickened, sugar-happy relationship to the commodification of everything.
But the real issues at hand are oversharing and commodification.
The problem is, even child labor officials aren't quite up to speed on what it means to protect kids from commodification.