Billboard Reclaiming

Here’s a how-to guide to defacing public property … or improving corporate brainwashing, depending on how you look at it.

Why Should Madison Ave Execs Get to Decorate Our Subways?

Finishing Touches

Artist Jennifer Jacobs explains how she (or anyone) can use contact paper, paint markers and an exacto knife to beautify (or inexplicably beatify) the ad clutter we pass by every day. Not sure why she chose the religious route on this particular project, but we like her boldness and technical talent anyway.

We’ll post more soon on various artists who wage creative wars against public advertisements for various reasons. For now, here’s one decent job from the Billboard Liberation Front.

Subtle

 

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One Response to “Billboard Reclaiming”

  1. You can read my statement of intent on this piece, i.e, why I went the religious route here:
    http://jenniferj.net/blog/?paged=3#intent

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