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MIA, Futureheads help launch guerrilla general election billboard campaign

Acts have contributed subversive designs for project

MIA and The Futureheads are among the acts to have contributed to a guerrilla art campaign targeting tomorrow's (May 6) general election.

The two acts have both submitted home-made billboard designs for the project stating their political views. MIA's design is pictured on the right of the screen.

The billboards are currently being projected around London, and will continue to be done so until tomorrow when voting for the general election officially opens.

So far the billboards have been projected onto St Paul's Cathedral, the Tate Modern and the Saatchi Gallery, among other landmarks. They are also available to view at Billbored.org.

Other figures who have taken part include Neville Brody, Stuart Semple and Riot Art.

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