Oil & Water Don’t Mix: Posters Printed With Oil From The Gulf Spill
Belgian creative agency Happiness Brussels commissioned Anthony Burrill to create a series of 200 limited edition posters, printed using the crude oil that had washed up on the beaches of Louisiana during BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Belgian creative agency Happiness Brussels commissioned British graphic artist, Anthony Burrill to create a series of 200 limited edition posters, printed using the crude oil that had washed up on the beaches of Louisiana during BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The agency sent two creatives to collect crude oil on the beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana to produce the 76.2cm x 50.8cm posters, each screen-printed by hand. The agency plans to sell the 200 posters online with all profits going to the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, an organization set up to combat the damage caused by the BP oil spill.
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