Street art billboards attack consumerism

Brandalism brings together the work of 40 artists to take over the billboards of the United Kingdom.

Brandalism

Brandalism aims to attack the consumerist nature of advertisments

Street art is constantly evolving into new and exciting areas of creativity. Across the globe, the art form has never been more popular or more relevant. Although the term is often associated with graffiti, it comes in all shapes and forms: including this latest project that targets the consumerist nature of advertising.

Brandalism brings together the work of 40 artists and over two days, teams in 10 UK cities put up artworks that seeks to confront the ad industry and take back their visual landscapes. Replacing 365 bus shelter ads, the results are beautiful and thought-provoking.

Eye-catching and wonderfully executed, we're sure that these kind of advertisements would certainly get people on the streets talking. Take a look at some of the best designs below.

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[via Vandalog]

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