"Where the Wild Things Are" Gets a Pure Evil Graffiti Touch
Looks like this children's classic has hit the streets. Check it out in the pictures above, which feature artwork from Pure Evil.
Implications - This trend is appealing to individuals that look to the past and find pleasure in childhood images. It is particularly profitable for companies that can simply re-invent themselves and repopularize themselves by repackaging old designs that are being rediscovered by current society.