If it's easy to come across the latest ad Zara and H & M, it is often more difficult to open our eyes to the tragedies of the modern world ... just like those experienced by the bangladesh with the textile industry. Real eldorado of the big marks for the low manufacturing coststhese factories are a hell for those who work there and the numbers could be confused with those of a battlefield: 1,134 dead in 2013 in the collapse of the textile factory Rana Plaza, 30 dead in the explosion of another in 2016, 10 dead in a 3rd place of production in 2017 ... and we prefer to stop there for enumeration.
To raise awareness of these dramas that do not make the front page of our media, the street artistIgor Dobrowolski had the idea of putting the truth in front of the eyes ... in the street. He has made wild displays that divert the commercials of big brands by playing on images and shock clips of the type "Do not worry, consume" ("Do not worry, consume").
These posters were plastered in the streets of Warsaw in Poland in the greatest illegality ... hoping that the power of the web and consumers open their eyes to the deplorable working conditions of developing countries. An idea that is not unlike that of the Italian artist HOGRE who used more or less the same techniques to denounce the excesses of our society.
Imagined by:Igor Dobrowolski