Illustration by Oliver Munday from the book ROY G. BIV: An Exceedingly Surprising Book About Color by Jude Stewart: http://ow.ly/kqmdK
“Women are their own worst beauty critics. In fact, only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. Dove is committed to building positive self-esteem and inspiring all women and girls to reach their full potential. That’s why we decided to conduct a compelling social experiment that proves to women something very important: You are more beautiful than you think.”
For this latest experiment in the Real Beauty campaign, Dove and Ogilvy Toronto hired Gil Zamora, an FBI-trained forensic artist, to sketch women two ways: the first in their own words, the second in the words of a stranger.
Picture: Peter Robins
A rural Banksy turned the tables on fellow artist Damien Hirst by building a mock up of him in a formaldehyde-filled tank for cows to appreciate. The artwork was installed in a field next to Prince Charles’ Highgrove estate near Tetbury by Wiltshire-based stencil artist Luke Hollingworth.
SpY – Madrid based street artist. Started in the 80 ‘s as a graffiti artist. Today is working with various objects of city environment.
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