If Campaign brief | Jilly Ballistic | Design Principles

4 Apr

Jilly Ballistic is a New York street artist who focuses on directing her messages at how consumerism is controlling our culture. She uses controversial vocabulary to relate directly to public advertisements of large corporations like Coca Cola. Her famous range of artwork includes the use of technological software displays like iphones, with the example above being a ‘mute’ button over the top of a poster of reality tv show ‘the voice’.

Jilly has has been influenced by the work of Jenny Holzer and Barbera Kruger, who have also endulged in controversial street art. these messages have a good structure and their format is interesting for a development of the If campaign brief.

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