guerrilla street art by kid zoom subverts bus shelter advertising
guerrilla street art by kid zoom subverts bus shelter advertising guerrilla street art by kid zoom subverts bus shelter advertising
dec 29, 2012
guerrilla street art by kid zoom subverts bus shelter advertising

‘refreshing price’, 2012 by kid zoom
aerosol on mcdonald’s bus shelter posters
images courtesy the artist



australian-born, new york-based street artist kid zoom (ian strange) reclaims bus shelters all over the world through his various aerosol interventions.
kid zoom has disrupted advertising in melbourne, new york and madrid with highly detailed photorealism artworks as part of an ongoing project he self-initiated in 2007.



melbourne, australia, 2010





a selection of bus shelters



the artist at work



a video showing the macdonald’s skull posters being painted over

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