Even on holiday in London, I couldn't help but keep an eye on the city's diverse and exciting poster art. Between visits to the Tate Modern and the British Museum, I found comparable inspiration on boarded-up windows, electricity poles, and tube-station escalators, in the form of stickers, spray paint, and ye olde propaganda poster. This "Ronald McDonald as Leatherface" print was cut out and plastered onto a classic red telephone box, in self-explanatory protest of McDonald's business practices and perhaps the Americanization of Europe. After all, it is a bit odd to ride a double-decker bus through Covent Garden while the teenager next to you wolfs down a Big Mac.

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