Eco activists fill Paris with travesty ads

A print reading The Bronze age - 3200 BC to 600 BC; The Oil age - 1859-2015Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

The artworks were placed in promotion spaces owned by JC Decaux, one of a talks’ sponsors

More than 600 artworks critiquing corporate sponsors of a UN limit on meridian change have been commissioned in promotion spaces opposite Paris.

The Brandalism debate pronounced it was behind a unapproved artworks.

It pronounced in a matter a aim was to “highlight a links between advertising, consumerism, hoary fuel dependency and meridian change”.

The movement comes as demonstrations take place around a universe to direct movement to stop meridian change.

Prominent corporate sponsors of a talks have been targeted by a posters, that contend that they are “part of a problem”.

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

This print mocks Volkswagen, who recently certified utilizing emissions tests results

Image copyright
Brandalism

Several others underline universe leaders, scarcely 150 of whom are due to attend a Paris talks.

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

David Cameron was portrayed sporting Formula 1 gear

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

A print featuring French President Francois Hollande reads “State of emergency”

Image copyright
Reuters

Image caption

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was also featured

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

UK Chancellor George Osborne did not shun critique either

Image copyright
Brandalism

Image caption

US President Barack Obama was shown in a print criticising oil pollution

Tags:
author

Author: