Street Art and Social Change: Escif Paints “Blood for Oil”

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Street Art and Social Change: Escif Paints “Blood for Oil”

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Spanish artist, Escif, recently painted this social-environmental-political charged piece on the streets of Valencia, Spain. The work depicts a soldier in a crouched firing position, armed with a gas pump as the weapon. The artist’s use of muted colors and simple lines helps him communicate messages and ideas, and not just decorate walls with shapes. Escif’s narrative on the state of the world is clear in his always-inviting imagery. Through his painting, he holds a mirror up to society, using his work as social commentary. Another simple, yet poignant piece by the talented, Escif!

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By | 2016-04-28T00:00:00+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Political, Social Change, Street Art|0 Comments

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