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The Anarchist Street Artists Taking on Corporate Ads

On the front lines with ‘subvertisers’ who are fighting an ongoing war with outdoor advertising

Photo courtesy of Special Patrol Group

It’s 8 p.m. on a Saturday evening along a long, dark road pointing towards the imposing buildings of London’s banking district. A truck thunders past a fast food place with a solitary diner inside, eating a Turkish…




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