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Wall Street Labyrinth by Liqen Visually Criticizes the Financial World

By: Ana Lopez - Published: • References: liqen.tumblr & mymodernmet
The wide range of Occupy Wall Street protesters are still fighting to get their message across to change the way things are run at Wall Street and an example of one of these efforts is this street art titled Wall Street Labyrinth by Liqen. The Spain-based artist created a large black and white mural that depicts what he thinks Wall Street is all about.

The graffiti consists of an impenetrable brick wall maze that it's occupied by bankers and deformed beasts like rats, cockroaches and worms. The grotesque financial leaders appears to be running the place while causing a series of detrimental damage and problems to society.

Wall Street Labyrinth by Liqen is defined by the artist as "critical surrealism." This polemical piece took 12 days to be finished, and it was done on the Wynwood Walls in Miami. Stats for Anti-Banker Street Art Trending: Older & Warm
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