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Cash4 Uses Words, Simple Images in Political Graffiti

 - Jan 29, 2010   Updated: Jul 7 2011
References: flickr & blog.vandalog
Street artist Cash4 (also known as Cahbasmn) uses select words in his political graffiti, creating a kind of visual poem. Each piece has keywords that bring to mind different social issues. The pieces leave interpretation up to the audience, and provide plenty of material for discussion for those willing to look deeper.

Check out the gallery for some of Cash4’s political graffiti. For more info, check out the links below.

Implications - Consumers want to feel closer to the art they look at. Products promoting a deeper connection are appealing to those shoppers who desire a way to stay in touch with their artistic sides. Companies trying to increase its popularity could introduce more of these designs.