This streetart project called “Pro Bono Promo” was brought to the public by Canadian designer and photographer Dorota Pankowska. It features guerillian styled Logos of various brands written in the content of the different product, like Nutella chocolate or Miracle Whop mayonnaise.

Dorota says:““The name came from poking fun at the fact that this almost looks like free advertising for the companies – with free samples included.”

The companies named her the “food banksie” for that little urban action and maybe you can still see them if they are not dried, washed away or even begun growing.

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