Public Wall Art with Household Condiments Creates an Interesting Visual

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Feb 26, 2014 • References: dorithegiant and design-milk
A typical public wall image might conjure memories of graffiti fonts and spray paint or even elaborate portraits. However, Dorota Pankowska, aka Dori the Giant is a 24-year old photographer from Brampton, Ontario who possesses a quirky delight for street art.

Her latest series is something she calls 'PRO BONO PROMO,' armed with bottles of ketchup, mayonnaise, peanut butter and bright orange processed cheese. She takes these household brands and stencils their logos onto public walls using the product itself.

Her creative process pokes fun at the fact that it almost looks like free advertising for the companies, plus a free sample. The series is really interesting and almost lends itself as a commentary on the brand and its product.