Brandalism is the biggest anti-advertising campaign in world history, which starts from the democratic conviction that the street is a site of communication, which belongs to the citizens and communities who live there. It is a revolt against the visual and psychological assault of media giants and advertising moguls who have a stranglehold over messages and meaning in the public spaces, through which they force-feed society with images and false needs to keep people insecure, unhappy, and shopping.
"The fight against advertising is not a fight against desiring. We should want more from life not less, and we should demand it. The question is more of what?"
Over 2 days teams of guerilla artists emerged from the shadows to takeover 365 corporate advertising spaces in 10 UK cities with hand-made artworks. To see more of this thought provoking project click on the photo.