Urban humour spreads by a French artist, CAL.
Graffiti is a subject of controversy. This artist creates amazing street art. Graffiti It is a punishable crime in most countries to mark or paint property without permission, citing the use of graffiti by street gangs to indicate territory or actions associated with gangs.
Throughout the early 1970s, graffiti invaded the subway system of New York City, spreading to other US cities, Europe, and other regions of the world. Graffiti has been dubbed a major problem in industrialized nations.
However, some cities encourage graffiti.
A French artist, CAL, would be the most lively child making up the pages of Lyon’s streets if they were giant colouring books. Street artists based in Lyon place their works in urban settings, allowing them to interact with their surroundings. Check out some of his best work by scrolling down!
French artist Cal is a vandal. It’s only their mischiefs that aren’t crude or destructive. The best, smartest, and most creative of all. In particular, inclusiveness. Lyon-based street artists scatter their art throughout urban areas, allowing it to interact with its surroundings.
A red and white traffic sign could resemble Waldo or a painted fish could escape a drain pipe.
Check out more of Cal’s work on Instagram.