Ian Swift’s Swifty Typographics is art-directing the Street Art billboard campaign for Foster’s Ice beer in the first two weeks of August. Ten billboards running from Camden to Chalk Farm in North London will carry designs from graphic designers, animators and spray-can artists. With creative co-ordination by Paul Tully & Co, the billboards will carry, among other things, a fridge and a ‘planet of beer’. Contributors include Swift (his work is pictured), graphic designer Ian Wright and club visuals design collective Hex Media.
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