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Chris Stain Portrays America's Working Class Through His Graffiti

 - Aug 11, 2011
References: chrisstain & lifelounge.au
Chris Stain is a talented graffiti artist from Baltimore who creates meaningful and moving murals in American cities. The focus of his work is the working class and portrays a variety of 'working Joes' of all ages.

Chris Stain started out his career as an artist in High School where he developed expert skills in stenciling and sketching. His work is both inspirational and historical. Chris Stain spray paints images and scenes that are reflective of the social movements during the 1930s and 40s in America, when workers began to stand up for themselves and fight for their rights. Chris Stain creates art that is telling of the past in a contemporary way.

Implications - Businesses that find unique and appealing ways to educate others on the past will likely garner the attention of a wider audience. Consumers will likely feel more compelled and inclined to engage in educational activities that present themselves in entertaining ways.