Bubbles not Bombs
On World Peace Day, Friday 21st September, giant bubbles filled Trafalgar Square with the message “Bubbles not Bombs”. The action was helping point out to the National Gallery that art should make the world more beautiful, not support the arms trade. Sadly, since 2006, the Gallery has been allowing arms dealers to entertain their clients and talk business in its impressive rooms. With shining, bubbly fun, we want to show the Gallery that there's no room for the deadly arms trade in our public institutions!
You can see more Bubbles on our Eyes On Rights account www.flickr.com/photos/eorphotography/