Polish Street Artist Denounces The Misery Of Fashion With Striking Billboards – Design You Trust

Polish Street Artist Denounces The Misery Of Fashion With Striking Billboards

With a series of striking fake billboards, the Polish artist Igor Dobrowolski attacks the fashion and ready-to-wear industry by revealing the working conditions behind the famous brands. The artist reminds us that three of the four biggest tragedies in the history of fashion took place in Bangladesh in 2013, such as the collapse of the factory that killed 1134 people.

Dramatic working conditions, exploitation of children or ridiculous salaries, the artist Igor Dobrowolski reveals the misery generated by the textile industry with these disturbing billboards installed in the streets of Warsaw.

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