Luzinterruptus.com Creates Guerrilla Urinal Installations
Luzinterruptus used 80 urinals like those used in hospitals for the project. They filled them with yellow-colored water and added a small light. The poetic photos above by Gustavo Sanabria give the protest even more power.
Implications - Consumers respond positively to media campaigns that utilize art because they engage consumers cognitively rather than explicitly stating a corporation's desired message. As a publicity stunt, corporations may consider exhibiting some sort of art installation in public spaces to communicate company causes.Stats for Anti-Public Peeing Art Trending: Older & Average
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