"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

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French artist Etienne Lavie has presented what European cities will look like if street advertising posters in them are replaced with classical painting. He chose Milan for experiments and Paris is a city inextricably linked with the formation of classical art. However, Lavi did not really outweigh the posters: the pictures were added in the photo editor. He called the action "Oh my God, who stole my advertisement?".

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

 

Etienne Lavie does not explain why to replace advertisements with paintings. This role on his website is performed by the "Blah-blah-blah" section, which looks like this.

"God, who stole my advertisement?": Frenchman replaced street posters with classic paintings

Etienne Lavie

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