We Declare The World As Our Canvas

The mural is part of the cities, which is inviting street artists to address a variety of social justice issues on its’ walls, and to connect with local organizations while they are in town painting. Stockholm’s mural celebrates LGBT rights, social injustice in the world, women and children empowerment and more. I’m happy that the streets of Stockholm can bring some political edge into the street art circuit, and it will encourage the society to give attention more.

In this post, I wanted to leave you alone with some of 21st century’s art forms, which have secret massages and political discourse. Please think about them and share your ideas with us in the comment section.

 

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2 Comments

  • Academic Writing Company • 22 Jul 2016 at 9.37 am Reply

    great post dear, i will wait for your upcoming article in near future.

  • Gold Hunter • 12 Jul 2016 at 5.16 pm Reply

    Streetart – probably one of the most free and powerful forms of “artivism”. Thanks for the pictures Andac!

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