Street Artists FTW-Crew Add Photoshop Toolbox to Subway Ads

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jan 13, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: woostercollective & core77
The cheeky street artists known as FTW-Crew took on the three lovely A-listers whose album promo posters appeared in a Berlin subway by engaging in a little guerrilla adbusting, Photoshop-style. FTW-Crew--Mr. Tailon, Baveux Prod., Kone, and Epoxy--applied a street art version of the Photoshop toolbox to create a nice little piece on beauty.

FTW-Crew's efforts are nothing short of hilarious. Check out the gallery for some close-ups on the guerrilla adbusting above.

Implications - Consumers are looking for more ways to express themselves in modern society where it can be difficult to make yourself heard. Companies trying to attract more shoppers to their brand could focus on this. Stats for Guerrilla Adbusting Trending: Older & Warm
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