(PG-13) Montreal artist MissMe had a successful career working at one of the world’s top ad agencies, but she quit her job to become an underground street artist, creating provocative works of public art which rebel against the objectification of women in advertising.
Create legal street art by writing messages in the layer of dirt and filth coating many smooth-surfaced urban objects. This fat-tipped marker writes using soapy water, so your art will be washed away in the next big rainstorm.
Street art duo Luzinterruptus use light and dark to create their pieces. These 100 illuminated, hazmat-wearing scarecrows urge viewers to think about the ever present and grave risks of nuclear power.
Dragon or dinosaur? No matter: we’re enjoying what the talent from .wav has created on this visitor platform for the “Hafencity” in Hamburg; they’d probably get arrested trying to do it here.