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Art In Ad Places – When Art Invades Advertising Spaces

What if art invades advertising spaces? Meet the Art in Ad Places project!

Launched in January 2017, this collective of artists, curators and enthusiasts wants to fight against the omnipresence of advertising, generating a real visual pollution, replacing it with creations proposed by artists from all over the world!

More info: Art in Ad Places, Instagram (h/t: ufunk)



































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