The Art of Revolution

22 Nov, 2017 | Charles Bladon

Art

Photos: Fruzsina Gál and Charles Bladon


Bolivia is no exception to the graffiti fad that has enthralled South America in recent decades. Discourse has taken a new format, taking issues rigorously dissected in the Congress out onto the streets of La Paz. From messages addressing indigenous rights to gags about Che, the revolutionary guerilla fighter, there is no doubt that politics have become infinitely more accessible as a result.


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14 Feb, 2019 | 13:26
I admire graffiti since my childhood. All the pictures uploaded here above are so beautiful and cool. I really fell in love with these arts and the revolution. There is so much good idea behind them it's an easy bring any kind of revolution.

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