With the much-anticipated movie adaptation of the children's book â€œWhere the Wild Things Are,â€ it is to be expected that one would see the familiar characters increasingly as the date of release approaches. What is unexpected, however, is to see walls all over covered in "Where the Wild Things Are" graffiti.
Looks like this children's classic has hit the streets. Check it out in the pictures above, which feature artwork from Pure Evil.
Implications - This trend is appealing to individuals that look to the past and find pleasure in childhood images. It is particularly profitable for companies that can simply re-invent themselves and repopularize themselves by repackaging old designs that are being rediscovered by current society.