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    Posted February 14, 2014 by
    mackeonis
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    Shoreditch, London, England, United Kingdom

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    Be The Change

     
    The 'Be The Change' campaign was hosted on 14/12/2013 at the Shoreditch Art Wall with an aim of bringing everyone together to express their views and opinions as to how they would change the world. The event received an impressive response and successfully worked to raise positivity amongst the local community. The week was preceded with the death of Nelson Mandela who was a great role model to many. Mandela was inspired by Gandhi who was inspired by Hussain, a man who stood for justice and truth 1400 years ago.

    The Shoreditch Art Wall is London's premier art and advertising wall, and has featured wedding proposals, community events for the Prince's Trust, Lord Michael Bates and Baroness Grey Thompson; advertisers such as Burberry / Printemps London and Paris Fashion Week events, Telefonica / O2 ,5® Gum (Wrigley) mural, Phoenix (Atlantic Records), Adidas - MF DOOM mural painting, Oakley - Beyond Reason Campaign, 20th Century Fox - Lincoln: Vampire Hunter - movie promotion, Walt Disney Company - Tron , 20th Century Fox - Rise of the Planet of The Apes, Paramount Pictures - Killing Bono, Beck's Beer - label design contest, Namco Bandai - Soul Calibur V - product launch, Gin in Teacups - Anniversary Mural,
    SupremeBeing - White Canvas Event and many local and international artists,

    For more information email peter@londonarttwalls.com

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