Spanish Artist Protests Unethical Clothes on the streets of madrid

Yolanda Domínguez is a Spanish artist who confronts passersby with disquieting urban actions that aim to generate social criticism and a reaction. Her latest piece titled “Fashion Victims” was inspired by the recent events in Bangladesh (the collapse on the 24th. of April of various textile workshops which killed 1,127 workers). Yolanda placed various women under rubble in one of the most frequented shopping streets in Madrid, showing extremities adorned with luxurious accessories. This is an appeal for responsible production and consumption, both for people and the planet.

Find out more about the project here.

via [It's Nice That]