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Published on Sep 15, 2012
The first Brandalism project in 2012 saw 26 artists from 8 countries coming together for the biggest subvertising campaign in UK history.
Over five days a team of guerilla subvertisers travelled to Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and London and put up 36 artworks that seeks to confront the advertising industry, using art to explore and critique social and environmental issues that capitalism creates.
Brandalism is a revolt against the corporate control of culture and space.
We are an international collective of artists that challenge corporate power, greed and corruption around the world.
Intervening into ad spaces that usually celebrate consumption, Brandalism use ‘subvertising’ as a lens through which we can view the intersectional social & environmental justice issues that capitalism creates.
Our interventions, exhibitions and workshops aim to agitate, educate and facilitate those who want to challenge corporate power.