This montage of mosquitos attacking city prints is the work of an unknown artist who placed replicas of dead mosquitos all over a couple billboards. The dead bug bodies are a stark contrast to the smooth and beautiful faces of celebrities and models.
These shots of mosquitos attacking city prints is a great idea and has many people puzzled. See other adbusting techniques from guerrilla artists below.
Implications - Advertising has seen a tumultuous evolution from its early days that has tapped into multiple mediums and tactics. While there are both passive and educated consumers, the educated consumers take it upon themselves to make statements about the "true" nature of advertising. Many artworks and billboards parody popular advertisements to send these messages that pique the interests of many consumers.
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These Mosquitos Attacking City Prints Are Adbusting With an Artsy Twist
- By: Vittoria NatarelliAug 1, 2010 Updated: Jun 22 2011