Street Art Logos Made Out Of The Famous Foods They Represent [Pics]

Street Art Logos Made Out Of The Famous Foods They Represent [Pics]

Artist offers free product advertisement as a side hobby.

Serena Chu
  • 29 october 2013

Photographer Dorota Pankowska, street name Dori the Giant, created a series of street art using everyday products like toothpaste, ground coffee, mustard, Nutella, and a handful of others. Dori the Giant took her project titled Pro Bono Promo to the streets of downtown Brampton, Ontario, where she painted product logos using the product which they represent.

Actual Nutella spread was used to filled in the Nutella logo, while the Colgate logo was illustrated in Colgate toothpaste. Her street art installations are like free public advertisements for these companies, offering free samples for those adventurous enough to lick them off the wall. Noted as one of her favorite projects to date, Pro Bono Promo pokes fun at the wackiness of these “free” ads.

Check out some images below.

Pro Bono Promo


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