Out of the box business cards, figuratively & literally.
inmoment asked: Hi there! I just wanted to say thank you for the follow back, I've really enjoyed looking at your work. I just came across your work on FastCo, big congratulations on the press you're getting for the Pro Bono Promo series, it really is incredibly creative and beautifully executed. It would seem that you're full of wonderfully original ideas, so I hope you continue to create and share your work!
Hey!! Thanks for the sweet message. I’m happy you like my weird ideas! I’ll definitely keep making cool shit - I’m hoping it’ll land me a job in a fun creative industry. ;) Have a good one! Keep in touch.
procrastiwoman asked: Hey Dori, just stumbled across your work. It's awesome. Your brain is awesome. Keep it up! And if you ever need a bit of fancy typography, hit me up. I'd love to do something weird with you!
Hey!!! Thanks so much for your awesome message. I love your blog. I’m also 23! …and *trying* to get into advertising. I think we’d get along well. It’s too bad you live so far - I’d totally ask you to come for coffee with me. :$
Pro Bono Promo
Ontario based photographer Dorota Pankowska, latest street art project has her creating iconic brand logos out of the product they sell. The pieces were down all around her home town of Brampton.
museumd asked: Hi! Really wanted to say first of all, thanks for the follow and that I love your work!! (Especially Fall Rise and Pro Bono) I'm studying art theory in Melbourne, Australia at the moment and just want to put it out there that if you were ever planning to do some sort of artwork/project through the interwebs I'd love to somehow be a part of it. :)
Hey! Thanks for the sweet comment. I’m glad you liked my projects. :D I am actually starting a Youtube-based project but it might not be up everyone’s alley… and it’s still kind of in progress. But if all goes as planned, I will definitely be recruiting peoples of the internet! :)
Based in Ontario, photographer Dorota Pankowska decided to embark on a project to help a few famous brands ‘advertise for free’.
Entitled ‘Pro Bono Promo’, her cheeky street art series features the logos of these famous brands made using their main product as “free samples”, on the random walls of Brampton.
Hey, thanks for the post. :)