I created an artwork for Brandalism that looks at the theme of advertising causing eating.  A typical perfume/beauty advert has a model surrounded by flowers.  I have shown the model as malnourished and decaying.  Eating disorders cause early death and I wanted people to think about what they are seeing everyday.

The project saw 24 prominent artists comple the world’s first international collaborative ‘subvertising’ campaign on outdoor billboards across the UK as they seek to challenge the destructive impacts of the advertising industry. Renowned street artists such as Ron English, Robert Montgomery, Broken Fingaz, Know Hope and Banksy collaborator Paul Insect have contributed art works that have been installed by a team of guerilla artists a fortnight before the London 2012 Olympic Games in one road trip. This saw 35 anti-advertising artworks installed in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London.



Medium: Acrylic & Spray Paint
Materials: Original on Paper
Size: 600x300cm

  • "Hannah Adamaszek is incredible.  She is hot on the heels of urban artists like FinDAC who we have helped reached the top of his game."

    Liam West
    Liam West CEO, Beautiful Crime
  • "Thank you so much! Love it. You’ve really followed the brief well. Love it love it love it!"

    Anthony Milotic
    Anthony Milotic Owner & Chef, Rough and Bare
  • "Thank you for yet another wonderful creation, its stunning. I've received great feedback so thankyou again for playing a part in this success."

    Emma Design Manager, ASK Italian
  • "The artwork works perfectly in our Penthouse by the Sea!"

    Eddie Lock
    Eddie Lock Worldwide Management, Curator of Contemporary & Urban Art
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