At first glance, it is just a normal advert for Shell on a Metrobus stop.
Look more closely, however, and all is not what it seems – with illustrations of seabirds covered in oil, solar-powered tanks and bleeding whales.
The advert on Bond Street is an example of subvertising, where advertising spots are taken over by protest art.
In Bristol, the billboards along Bath Road are often doctored with new slogans.
‘We’re fueling the switch to green energy’ says the new artwork, with the Shell logo on fire next to it.
The word Shell has been replaced by ‘Hell’ at the bottom of the piece, which also includes the hashtag #burnthefuture.
Next to six illustrations are the words: ‘Converting whaling ships to run on bio-fuel’, ‘Seabird oil recovery technology’, ‘Solar panel oil drums’, ‘Solar tanks’, ‘Converting submerged wind farms to tidal turbines’ and ‘A tribute to Martin Luther King Jr’ (‘we’re funding efforts to restrict deforestation in the Amazon to the specific areas which will form the shape of Martin Luther King Jr’s face when seen from orbit’).