brandalism


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brandalism

The placement of corporate slogans or adverts in public buildings such as schools.
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Bill Posters, the Brandalism activist, said: "These celebrities are complicit in normalising fossil fuel corporation activities."
Bill Posters, the man behind the group 'Brandalism', believes that '[a]dvertising...
Over 600 fake advertisements were installed all around Paris on Friday, November 27, by an organisation called "Brandalism".
(2) Post-graffiti skirtinguose saltiniuose anglu kalba ivardijamas ir savokomis street art, neo-graffiti, culture jamming, brandalism, urban art, cult art, guerrilla art arba new underground art (Dickens 2008a: 491).
Unmarketable: Brandalism, copyfighting, mocketing, and the erosion of integrity.
In what they dub a "Brandalism" campaign, a group of graffiti artists paste up provocative executions on poster sites - mostly parodies of well-known ads highlighting social issues such as, er, you know, the banking crisis and the environment.
Therefore, brand managers should focus their efforts more on encouraging consumers who already to avoid 'brandalism.' This is a portmanteau that refers to brands exhibiting similar behaviour to vandals (SAVulescu 2011).
Unmarketable: Brandalism, Copyrighting, Mocketing and the Erosion of Integrity
Unmarketable; brandalism, copyfighting, mocketing, and the erosion of integrity.
Unmarketable: Brandalism, Copyrighting, Mocketing, and the Erosion of Integrity By Anne Elizabeth Moore.
Brandalism - the way that libraries, art galleries etc now have their walls defaced with the logos of corporate sponsors.