Protest Art

Collection by Pascal V • Last updated 3 weeks ago

Pascal V
Umbrellas, Paradenplatz, Zürich, Switzerland - Members of Swiss trade union Unia hold red umbrellas while forming a large fish apparently swimming after a smaller shark in Zurich. The action was reportedly part of a protest against financial sharks. Protest Kunst, Protest Art, Umbrella Art, Under My Umbrella, Umbrella Street, Banksy, Art Public, Parasols, Pictures Of The Week

Creative Concepts

We are seeing loads of cool umbrella art. Who knew umbrellas were so versatile? Well we did of course!

A woman sits in front of riot police blocking the road to protect protesters during the anti-government protest on April 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. - 60 Stunning Photos Of Women Protesting Around The World Carolina Do Norte, North Carolina, Powerful Images, Powerful Women, Weekender, Performance Kunst, Madona, Louisiana, Birmingham

60 Stunning Photos Of Women Protesting Around The World

Never underestimate the power of a woman -- or 100.

Guerilla marketing & advertising captivates viewers’ attention like no other form of marketing. Guerilla marketing uses creative unconventional strategies. Guerilla Marketing, Guerrilla Advertising, Clever Advertising, Experiential Marketing, Street Marketing, Email Marketing Strategy, Advertising Campaign, Marketing And Advertising, Print Advertising

Gum Shoes in Dublin - The Inspiration Room

Dublin City Council has challenged gum-related litter habits with an ambient advertising campaign reminding people that gum is better stuck in the bin. Hundreds of shoes were stuck to the ground with gum in a popular shopping centre in Dublin. The stunt attracted the attention of amateur photographers and was covered by local media, blogs …

Thousands of tiny cardboard people stage a ‘protest’ outside the Houses of Parliament in London - The Next Web London Protest, Protest Art, London Today, London Places, Houses Of Parliament, Pictures Of The Week, Community Art, Public Art, Sculpture Art

Thousands of Tiny Cardboard People 'Protest' in London

A neat combination of online and offline protesting took place in London today, as thousands of people who had signed an online petition were transformed into little cardboard characters and placed outside the Houses of Parliament.