Berlin-based street art ensemble Mentalgassi consists of three core members who engage in the public plastering of photographic material on everything from recycling bottle containers to ticket machines.
I love the fantastic public interaction value of their work. It is crazy and surreal poster vandalism, but it is brilliantly great, as it pushes people to stop and laugh or react. After all, who could ignore a massive fishtank face on their day-to-day recycling visits?
Interactive Vandalism by Mentalgassi Features Funny Faces
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