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Kidult “Visual Dictatorship”

In his latest video Kidult delivers a powerful reminder touching on the current state of corporatism merging with the worlds of fashion and graffiti. Putting his work in context by juxtaposing himself against names including including Christian Louboutin and Marc Jacobs, the Paris-born graffiti sprayer effectively presents a commentary on high fashion’s bastardized use of the street art form. Divulging additional footage of his tags on numerous commercial storefronts, the video also follows Kidult Army crews through Hong Kong, Paris and New York accompanied by dialogue throughout.

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