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Olympic ‘Brandalism’ takes to the Streets of the London Games

by: Blaine Skrainka

As our pop culture becomes ever-more commercialized, we are constantly inundated with a floods of advertisements. Public space is reserved for those who can pay for it, while artists are criminalized. The likes of Banksy, […]

Tags: ART, Banksy, Blaine Skrainka, Brandalism, commercialization, consumerism, Kidult, Lodon, London Games, Princess Hajib, Social Commentary, street art, The Wild Magazine, XXX Olympiad, XXX Olympics
Kidult Vs Agnes B

In the Name of the Streets

by: Giovanna Badilla

The French graffiti artist known as Kidult, adapts his visuals according to the message he wants to convey – denouncing the fact that certain fashion brands use graffiti for commercial purposes, while on the streets […]

Tags: Agnès b, Celine, Christian Louboutin, Colette, Giovanna Badilla, Graffiti, Kidult, Luis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, street art, Supreme, The Wild Magazine, YSL