London: A graffiti artist called Mobstr has created and photographed a series of creative and entertaining examples of street art. He combines empty billboards, blank signs, and unusual architectural elements with subtle irony resulting in some smart street art. Here is the link.
Atlanta, Georgia: The stammering Looney Tunes cartoon character Elmer Fudd, well known for chasing rabbits, has been turned into a poignant piece of social commentary street art. The well-sprayed Fudd was wearing a police uniform and the sign beside him read "Negro Season". Given the many intense reaction to the issues of racial injustice and police brutality, this was thoughtful, provoking, clever, understated, and painted with significant skill. Link here to photo of the street art.
This is a very clever and amusing photo series that documents one wall in the UK that saw various graffiti, street art and graffiti abatement over a period of one year. The Street Artist is have a virtual dialog with the city graffiti abatement officer and uses stencils to prod, inquire and test the rules for how the city is supposed to clean up graffiti. Worth the look.
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From Clean City Innovation Graffiti Watch