From Neon Gangster Art to Thug Life Superheroes

By: Peter Vallas - Published: May 19, 2011
It used to be that gangsters and gang-related things were shunned from the public. People would be intimidated and scared of the notorious evil outlook that gangsters from as early 1930s portrayed.

In today's world, gangster culture has become more accepted and it has made its ranks into pop culture, fashion and more. Designers incorporate thug-life and gangster-related themes into their illustrations, outfits and even their products. The current young demographic enjoys the rebellious outlook.

These features here present ways on how you can glorify gangster. So put on your best-fitted, blast some Wu Tang and sit back and scroll through these latest pop culture innovations.