Plan B creates political art, that often criticise societal issues and consumerism. Plan B’s artworks have taken a stand on for example Brexit and Juha Sipilä’s governmental issues. The artworks’ sizes vary, and one might stumble across a small piece on traffic signs or electrical boxes.
Plan B’s painting imitates the imagery and language used in old ads. On the first look, one could mistake it for an old advertisement that welcomes visitors to Keran Hallit, a place originally build to support the growing consumption and trade of goods. Both the figures and the text remind the viewer of the 1950’s, a time when cosumerism became a trend.