“The spectacle of advertising creates images of false beauty so suave and so impossible to attain that you will hurt inside and never even know where the hurt comes from, and in all pictures now the famous people have already begun to look lost and lonely.”

A slide show of situationist artist Robert Montgomery’s London street poetry.

(Source: The Huffington Post)

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