6 Heartbreaking Graffiti On World Issues And Social Justice! Gone are the days when graffiti is merely seen as a nuisance to the streets, an act of vandalism. Street artists now take to spray paints, stencils and a good pair of running shoes for creating beautiful, public murals under the nose of the police. Graffiti is not only an aesthetic tool, but a tool for propaganda too. Graffiti is giving voice to the oppressed; where otherwise would be left unseen and unheard. What is more public than taking art it to the streets after all? We’ve compiled a list of 6 heartbreaking graffiti from around the world. The street art displays powerful messages on various topics: environment, social justice, animal cruelty, and other world issues. The compelling messages from street artists are clear and poignant: humans need to make a stance. We need to make a change.
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Global Warming Is A Myth
An intriguing street art by Banksy, the ironic play between the sprayed on text and the flooding water shows an alarming truth about global warming: it is happening.
No Park In Parking
It’s sad how accurate the Counting Crows song goes: ‘they paved paradise, to put up a parking lot.’
Bunny Speaks The Truth!
The bunny couldn’t say it any clearer. Earth isn’t dying, it’s being killed by people with names and addresses.
Sucking The Life Off The Planet
No other creature has walked off the earth that is more parasitical than human beings. We are literally sucking the life off the earth because of the vile multi-national companies we have created.
Polar Bears Want Ice
On this graffiti art, we see a polar bear apparently shopping for ice, juxtaposed with the words from Vanilla Ice song ‘Ice, Ice Baby’. The fact is, the glaciers are melting, and polar bears are dying.
Perfect On The Outside, Rubbish On The Inside
This compelling art shows us how society has created a false world with perfectly lined trees and evergreen grass. In reality, we are filling up the world with ugly trash and hiding them behind these fake impressions of paradise.