Kimberly Clark is an artist from Berlin whose art is creative but confusing. At first glance, Kimberly Clark's strategically placed polyester mannequins and piles of trash seem like a strange reality; however, these pieces are actually installations with a social commentary.
With strong feelings on female consumerism and common perception of nightlife, Kimberly Clark places her guerilla art in crowded places as to spread the message. Eerily realistic polyester dolls hold strange poses atop piles of garbage in order to bring excessive vices to light.
Social Street Art
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55 Graffiti-Inspired Items
Scandalous Stencil Art
Social Commentary Graffiti
Daring Detailed Murals
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