The constant transition of our cities’ billboard posters can form an abstract art all on its own. Overlaying new posters onto old, combined with the weathering effect of nature, can lead to ripped up shapes and a wealth of different colours all interwoven with each other to create a superbly textured backdrop to any street scene. It can also make for some really intriguing photography, so let’s see how you’ve captured the world’s old and torn billboards…
The winner will receive copies of Advertising Outdoors: Watch this Space! by David Bernstein and Billboard: Art on the Road by Laura Stewart Heon
Crowd voting only: the winner will receive copies of Advertising Outdoors: Watch this Space! by David Bernstein and Billboard: Art on the Road by Laura Stewart Heon. The highest placed images will be featured on Photocrowd's 'Best images' page and social media channels.
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