Street Arts with Powerful Messages

Here is a list of captivating street arts that evoke powerful messages to the world.

Love without borders

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Love without borders

This kind of street art gives a blatant message that should get across the whole world. Along the road, one can find several eye-opening illustrations that address certain issues. This is one important aspect that should be taken a look at especially in this world full of prejudices. Through arts like these, people can catch constant reminder to not box in society’s standards and judgments. Love, as depicted in a drawing of two men kissing, has no basic rules and no gender. If this art could talk, it would tell people to break away from the chains of society and demonstrate one’s love freely.

The drowning of mankind

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The drowning of mankind

“I don’t believe in global warming” – until global warming hits you. Ironically, this picture shows just how people are bombarded with things that have long confronted them to move. Most of the time, street arts give a sign of warning for people to take action on issues that greatly matter. Among the many roles that street art portrays is to deliver a strong message on current matters that are encircling the world. Global warming is an extremely major issue that human beings should take into serious hand. “When are we going to take action?” – It’s a wake-up call for anyone who’s not paying enough attention.

A simple drawing with a heavy message

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A simple drawing with a heavy message

A striking illustration that is worth pondering upon. It’s a simple, direct thought that meets you straight in the eye – to close your eyes and to start unscrewing the locks of your mind. That is how freedom begins. Why not be like the boy and close your eyes while opening your mind? As the saying goes, “Expect nothing, resist nothing” – your mind should always have its wings wide open to welcome new things. Stop yourself from being brainwashed and start looking at things differently and deeply.  There’s more to everything than what is just seen by the naked eye.

A thought-provoking portrayal

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A thought-provoking portrayal

One thing beautiful about street arts is that it brings you to a whole lot of different perspectives in an entertaining way. Depicted in a comical flaunt of candor, the word “PARKING”, with the letters “ING” written in blur, probably signifies how such street, which is now occupied by several vehicles could have been once a park that have welcomed a lot of children to play. The girl riding a swing shows the liberating blitheness of childhood that is now replaced by the machine-like operation of adulthood. The once haven for children is now a sanctuary for automobiles.

Create your own greatness

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Create your own greatness

When you feel like losing motivation, a look outside the streets is all it takes to push you back in your grind. Out in the buzzing noise of vehicles, the flickering lights of traffic signs, the busy hype and movements, there’s an endless list of inspirations you can get from everywhere. If you know where to look at, the right things could take you to a lot of places. “If you want to achieve greatness, stop asking for permission” – street arts like these remind you to stop asking for validity and embrace who you are – your greatness awaits your action.

Taking wreckage into one’s own hands

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Taking wreckage into one’s own hands

How often are people confronted with the weighty matter concerning nature? The shadows of nature are a silhouette that can never be escaped from. Once in a while, street artists mark the empty walls of the street to deliver a serious note on the importance of Mother Nature. Each individual is equipped with the responsibility to take care of the home that welcomed his or her existence. When will it be realized that what is inflicted to nature is likewise inflicted to human beings? Nature has a funny way of ricocheting things. What goes around always comes back around.

An attentive girl waters a tree

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An attentive girl waters a tree

Take an unmarked building, a robust tree, a pail of beautiful colors – and the action will be done. This art is a straight shoot-down of how human beings should take care of Mother Nature. Proving just how smart and playful street artists are, a young girl is seen carrying a pail in her hands, in the act of watering a tree that stands in front of the painted building. The painted girl brings color to the pale building as the message of the street art itself brings vibrance to the world.

A truth that cannot be concealed

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A truth that cannot be concealed

As the famous RATM song goes, “Some of those that work forces are the same that burn crosses” – this art talks just how society often blinds people from the tacit truth. It’s a fact known to many that brutality or indifference in the authorities exist at any state. Putting away judgmental generalizing of all men in authority, it’s important to take notice that this veracity truly takes place in the society and people should take action into treating such injustice. At all times, the authorities are and should be the first ones in advocating peace and justice to the world.

Interesting picture of reality

This shows an entertaining portrayal on the reality of the present world – the turning of green, living resources into mulish bricks of cement. The abounding presence of enormous buildings is soon to dominate the population more than the lush spirit of trees. Painted in a jocular representation of an animated character mouthing a succulent tree then excreting out a number of dull edifices – it’s an interesting art provoking an important thought to people walking down the street. A significant aspect of nature boxed in a stimulating animation.

A powerful evocation of truth

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A powerful evocation of truth

Street artists are fearless in getting their messages across to people. Through vandalisms, society can take a truthful glimpse on current issues that are dominating society. The streets serve as platforms in hearing out the voices of people on matters that deserve the most attention. It’s an act of defiance from becoming slaves to the system. Truth be told, society really do deserve the kind of vandalism it gets. The next thing someone tells you street arts are trash, show them this.

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