Sep 16, 2015 10:23AM

Dismaland Artists Hack London Ad Spaces In Anti-War Protest

This ain't a scene, it's an arms race.

Banksy and co have expanded their dystopian vision beyond Dismaland this week with hundreds of anti-arms posters taking over bus stops and train cars around London. Three hundred artworks from inside Dismaland's Museum of Cruel Designs have been posted around the city in protest of the DSEI Arms Fair that's taking place RN.

The posters are full of facts that question the ethics of the UK's arms deals, with some sci-fi design work making the whole thing feel very 1984. The artists used a nifty product from the Dismaland gift shop to execute their mission — at £6 only the 'Ad Space Hack Pack' makes breaking into a bus stop easy as.

Once again old mate Banksy has managed to definitively prove that graffiti can be a positive tool for social change.

Photos: @specialpatrols

Lucy Jones