Shepard Fairey + Berlin Street Artist Produce Posters for Non Toxic Revolution


Shepard Fairey has created a series of propaganda-style posters in support of the anti-breast cancer Keep a Breast Foundation’s Non Toxic Revolution (NTR) initiative, which informs, educates, and inspires young people “to revolt against the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply.” The posters plus some from Berlin-based street artists, are now on view in the city’s Strychnin gallery.

Fairey and his Studio Number One designed the posters around NTR’s categories of awareness; the imagery includes a dissolute looking soda can with a wheezing mouth emblazoned “Your Mouth” and a pyramid of water bottles with the warning “Plastic Sucks” in Fairey’s familiar red, black, and white color scheme. NTR just opened an exhibition of the limited edition Fairey prints alongside the fresh series of campaign designs contributed by local street artists and designers including PISA73, Luisa Catucci, and Christian Rotenhagen.


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