An artist has shared how she and her colleagues hand-painted gigantic building-size iPhone ads, which was quite a complicated process. Hailey Badovinac is an artist who paints large murals. She is one of many artists hired to paint Apple’s building-size privacy ads on the iPhone. Badovinac shares her art on Instagram and TikTok, and in recent posts she has featured her work on Apple’s 40-meter-tall murals. The mural he worked on took a week of work for four artists. Apple has always been known for its big advertisements in the middle of cities, but this time around, instead of sticking a large billboard on a building, each advertisement is painted by hand. Apple has fought hard to make people perceive it as the most private and secure option among smartphones, so it is not the first time that the company has launched a campaign on privacy.