I’m definitely taken with Miss Bugs ‘Cut Out & Fade Out’ collection, more so now after reading more about it than when I first laid eyes on it. Funky and interesting, the pieces themselves are worth regard, yet there’s an important message underlying them all.
Wanting to address the “question of visibility of women,” according to Fubiz.net, Miss Bugs creates these distorted images that blend into city walls. Clearly, we know what Miss Bugs thinks.
Street Artist Miss Bugs Comments on Women's Visibility
1. Gender Equality Street Art - Street artists create works that raise awareness of gender inequalities and biases.
2. Distorted Image Marketing - Marketers use intentionally distorted images to raise awareness of social issues.
3. Interactive Public Art - Public art installations encourage viewer interaction and dialogue about social issues.
1. Art - Artists and art galleries can showcase socially impactful pieces that address important issues such as gender equality.
2. Advertising - Ad agencies can use intentionally distorted images to create buzz around social issues and promote awareness.
3. Public Relations - PR firms can collaborate with street artists to create interactive public art installations that promote dialogue about social issues.