Portraits Seen From The Sky Give A Human Face To Drone Casualties [Pics]
The Not A Bug Splat project places large scale images of people, including children on potential aerial targets.
“Bug Splat” is a term used by drone operators to refer to successful “kills” because of how they look when viewed through their video screens.
The Not A Bug Splat project protests against violent drone strikes and operators and aims to raise awareness of civilian casualties by placing large-scale posters of children and adults affected by drone strikes on the exact location of the strike.
The project was initiated by a collective of artists from around the world and inspired by the Inside Out Project by the French artist JR, who is also part of the collaboration.