advertising ... the pervasive pornography by Juilee  Pryor


Small (23.2" x 15.8")


advertising ... the pervasive pornography by 

Sizing Information

Small 23.2" x 15.8"
Medium 33.1" x 22.5"
Large 46.9" x 31.9"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border


  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

just something I saw written on the pavement in Newtown… and I like it

the words of the prophets are written on the subway walls and all that….


  • Linda Ridpath
    Linda Ridpathover 5 years ago


  • amazing what you see when your just ambling about hey…. :)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • aglaia b
    aglaia bover 5 years ago

    hehehe, nice one juilee. ;-) xox

  • thanks aglaia… there are still tiny pockets of truth out there in the world in the most innoccent and subtle places…. like the pavement…..:)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • helene
    heleneover 5 years ago

    Definitely agree with this one :P

  • hi Helene and thanks…I think we just get so used to advertising being everywhere that we don’t even realize how much we are effected by it… I am currently really annoyed with ‘talking’ ads that pop out all over the place when I’m trying to read the paper online… they drive me nuts…. grrr and all that

    – Juilee Pryor

  • Pascale Baud
    Pascale Baudover 5 years ago

    very interesting!!

  • hi Pascale and thanks…. :)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • lawrencew
    lawrencewover 5 years ago

    looks good on the card..

  • I think this is the card people should buy when they want to write to Nesle in regard to their hard core flogging of infant formulas in the third world…. until there is clean water available to mothers there it means the babies all die of gastic illness’s ….. very bad situation….

    – Juilee Pryor

  • DragonFlyer
    DragonFlyerover 5 years ago

    YES!!! I get far more triggered and upset by MUCH ‘ordinary’ advertising than virtually anything else… why do we need to have pictures of naked women swimming through washing machines to convince us that a particular powder will wash clothes cleaner than others?

  • indeed….. advertising can sometimes back fire though… there was a recent ad campain by a very hip groovy company in Newtown and it consisted of putting up grafitti style ads on ‘famous’ bits of graf… well let me tell you the back lash was immediate and severe…. did not work at all I am glad to say…….

    – Juilee Pryor

  • Clare McClelland
    Clare McClellandover 5 years ago

    I like this too Juilee, glad to see Newtown still bears fruit for those who don’t look for it on the advertised trees!!

  • Newtown is the bomb honey and yes the walls are filled with philosphy like this…. and that’s great ….:)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • nofrillsart
    nofrillsartover 5 years ago

    Ha…that is great! Looks cool as a card too.

  • hiya Glen… yes indeed… we get so hung up on rude bits being pornography that we forget that advertising is much more culpable in so many ways….. like Nesle…can’t do that little sqiggley bit but you are most likely across that senerio…. and thanks…..:)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • helene
    heleneover 5 years ago

    I’ve got an add on for firefox that blocks all internet ads completely – what a shame they don’t make one for the real world! :P Seriously though I see the line between advertising and pornography as almost non existent at this stage – we have sexualised the selling of just about everything you care to name and it’s rare to see an ad for anything without a picture of a naked or semi naked woman on it. I worry about the impact of these ads on our kids.

  • I am so with you Helene… it’s so everywhere… but the pornography of naked women is reasonably obvious… I get more concerned about companys like Nesle flogging infant formulas in third world counties where there is no access to clean water so that babies are taken off the breast and put on the bottle only to die from gastic infections from dirty water used in making up the fake milk products… it’s the unobvious adertising that can be the most pornographic sometimes……:)

    – Juilee Pryor

  • helene
    heleneover 5 years ago

    I know juilee – these companies use the third world countries as dumping grounds for their defective products too. There should be some kind of international law that reigns in the activities of these corporations. The whole thing gets me really riled…

  • I am so with you there… we spend squillions buy trendy bottled water when our drinking water here is perfect… and that money alone could ensure there was clean water available to communities all over the world… so basic so needed and yet it’s just too hard to do…. and the companies that ship dodgy drugs and supplies that wouldn’t get a chance in hell of getting on the shelves here over to the poor and needy in other places… hell’s to good for buisness’s that do that sort of thing….

    – Juilee Pryor

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