This Street Hands Graffiti Criticizes Spain

 - Mar 7, 2013
References: street-hands.blogspot & itsnicethat
A group of brilliant street artists from Spain use cleverly placed hands called Street Hands as social commentary graffiti to convey their distaste for the current economic trouble of their home nation. The rebellious social commentary graffiti is placed in calculated places throughout Spain, in order to further get their message across.

One hand acts as a panhandler with a sign that reads "Help Spain," suggesting that Spain has reached its low point and is desperate for money. Another hand holds a crowbar and is attempting to break into a building, which conveys the message that things are getting to the point where people will resort to robbing and grand theft because of its state.