Wednesday, January 23, 2008

WTF is this?



Are the hills alive with the sound of rubbish?

Is Julie Andrews trash?

Are they making a documentary on a new genre: landfill musicals?

Whatever, feel the newness of this poster.

Have any of you seen it anywhere else in London?

It's under the rail bridge on Turnham Green Terrace, W4, just as you come out the tube.

There's no logo on it. In fact, there's no writing at all. Just this image.

Anyone got any ideas?

2 comments:

Waldemar said...

ay, you sure it's a poster and not street art / installation?

i don't have a real clue what it might be but my adstinct (does that sound wanky? hell yeah) is shouting 'dirt is good' persil, cause the girl reminds me a of the old german persil icon girl.

Hayes Thompson said...

It's got no logo so perhaps it is 'art'.

Although it's a prominent 72-sheet site.

Does that mean someone's paid to put it there? It's a big ol' thing to produce just so someone can rip it down because it's illegal.

I've tried Googling it. As you can imagine, there are a few hits when you search for 'julie andrews' and 'rubbish'