Lundi Matin – Le Tagueur Fou

In this awesome video “Le Tagueur Fou” by an online magazine which goes by the name of Lundi Matin (Monday Morning), we have different artists at work using the most minimal of elements such as markers and rollers and creating work on buildings telling the general public their real thoughts. Such as “Fuck Off Google” and “Hail Satan” among others. Watch the video after the jump!

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Leo Eguiarte – Holographic Conjuration

Leo Eguiarte is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist. His work “Holographic conjuration” is a visual metaphor for the illusionary state we as people are subjected to by our material desires. The work addresses issues of perceived power and its consolidation by a selected minority, the psychological, social, spiritual, and cultural effects of which are visible on both micro and macro levels.

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Jake & Dinos Chapman – “The Sum of All Evil”

Jake and Dinos Chapman‘s controversial work entitled “The Sum Of All Evil” deals with themes such as the holocaust, violence, and death. The extremely detailed and meticulously crafted miniature landscape is made up of four dioramas referencing significant historical events; including the discovery in babi yar (1941) and the ukrainian mass grave where the nazi occupier executed more than 30,000 jews in just two days. The work also combines sensitive events with mass-branding and symbols of the global fast food chain, McDonald’s.

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See No Evil 2012

“See No Evil is The UK’s largest permanent street art project. A huge outdoor gallery showcasing some of the world’s leading outdoor artists on Nelson Street in the city of Bristol, England. Back for a second year, bigger and better. Artists selected this year included Mark Bode, Cheo, Kuildoosh, Stik, Dones, Soker, Sickboy, Werc, Andy Council, Vyal One, She one and many more. Big thanks to Inkie, Mike Bennett, Bristol City Council and Team Love. Produced by Ozuki Films and Timc.tv.” Ozuki Films