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Witty Billboard Graffiti
Street Artist OX's Art is a Print and Digital Media Intervention


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Mar 29, 13
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Since it is too early yet for the rest of the world to follow the city of Sao Paulo’s suit, billboards will continue to inundate people with ugly advertisements and often pointless messages; street artist OX rectifies this on a small scale by turning said billboards into witty works of art. Whether that involves bold graphics that simply elevate the artistic nature of an outdoor space or an image that interacts cleverly with its surroundings, street artist OX provokes the thoughts of passersby.

Considering his billboard posters “interventions of digital and print media,” street artist OX, who is based in France, does his part to better people and their surroundings through visually striking works of art.



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