They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media (15 pics)




Remixing the posters of cult films and series like Harry Potter, Titanic or Doctor Who, this is the brilliant idea of the four young British members of the  Legally Black collective, in response to the lack of black representation in the media. These posters could have gone unnoticed, until the Special Group Patrol collective, a subversive marketing organization , decided to give a big boost to this project by printing and placing the posters in the streets of London!

With the message: If you’re surprised, it means you don’t see enough black people in major roles. Join us in our mission for better black representation in the media , this campaign was a huge success, with a massive support from the population and a big trend on social networks. A brilliant idea!

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media

They remix cult movies to criticize the lack of black representation in the media




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