Blu’s Statement About Massive Consumer Consumption


Italian street artist Blu has never been one to hide his feelings about his political views. In fact, he creates amazing large scale murals to vocalize his opinion in a way that’s not only poignant, but entertaining. This time around, he put up an elongated piece in Madrid, Spain that comments on society’s rampant consumer consumption – represented by army tanks, cars, shopping carts filled with items, and oil barrels – and how it’s driving this world straight off a cliff.







Blu’s website
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