Star

Peter Fuss Wants to Change World's Stereotypes About Religion

By: Ana Lopez - Published: • References: peterfuss & mymodernmet
In a world polluted with wars, hatred and violence, it’s refreshing to find public art manifestations of love and peace, like the billboards created by political street artist Peter Fuss. These two large posters entitled ‘This Means Love’ and ‘This Means Peace,’ were designed to question people’s cultural and religious perspectives and stereotypes.

Simply but powerful, these black pieces have the words Love and Piece written in Arabic and a message underneath them, in the artist’s signature typography, that says ‘This Means Love’ and ‘This Means Peace.’ These clear and direct posters show that despite differences, in every language and culture these two words exist and signify the same for humanity. 

These eye-opening billboards by Peter Fuss appeared the first time in public in a railway station in Gdansk, Poland in January 2008. Stats for Emotional Inclusive Billboards Trending: Older & Buzzing
Traction: 11,013 clicks in 147 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Peter Fuss
Related: 72 examples / 55 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 26 similar articles, including: fast food timekeepers, edgy ecclesiastic ads, and rocking nyc billboards.