#Dysturb is a network of photojournalists driven by the desire to make visual information freely accessible to a wider audience by pasting large images in city streets.
#Dysturb presents photojournalism in a new, innovative way, completely independent from the restrictions of conventional news publishing channels. We believe in arming our youth with the tools to further understand the images and information they see everyday, with interventions in streets, schools and online.
We defend an editorial line free from commercial influence.
We respect public spaces by using water based adhesive.
We respect the sensitivity of the youngest audience members: #Dysturb is appropriate for all ages.
#DYSTURB HAS PASTED MORE THAN 500 POSTERS IN 40 CITIES AND SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD
#Dysturb pairs each street paste-up with an online counterpart, creating an extensive gallery of current photojournalism for the public to access. Our online platforms foster conversation and allow us to collaborate with professionals in a range of fields, emphasizing the variety of approaches in which a topic is represented whilst heightening impact, accessibility and accuracy within stories.
"In the age of screens, #Dysturb sees our streets as still being the greatest social media, and they’re clearly onto something"
— Krystal Grow, Editor at Getty Images, USA
We paste on the streets and in schools worldwide. Whether you are a student, teacher, photojournalist or concerned citizen, you can help bring the project to your city.