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Kidult “EXSTINCTOR” Sculpture “Misery Edition”

Following the launch of the “EXSTINCTOR” campaign, which saw a slew of fire extinguisher-inspired sculptures waiting to be discovered in various parts of the world — New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, London, Los Angeles — Kidult off...

Kidult “No Gallery, No Master” Video

The first cue to his NoGalleryNoMaster project, Kidult, who once said “I will paint like a kid and tell the truth like a kid” launched “EXSTINCTOR” last summer, where 10 individually numbered sculptures were hidden in major ci...

KIDULT “No Gallery, No Master” Preview

Back in July, Kidult kicked off the “EXSTINCTOR” project where the art world’s vigilante hid 10 individually numbered sculptures around the globe as a way to encourage curiosity within society’s encapsulating walls. With the seventh piece appearing i...

Kidult Vandalizes Chanel Paris

After enlisting the likes of Christian Louboutin, Supreme, Marc Jacobs and Hermes as unwitting accomplices in his “BRANDalizing” campaigns, Kidult’s latest onslaught sees the overhaul of Chanel’s Paris storefront. Plastered wi...

Kidult “EXSTINCTOR” Sculpture

Previously, Kidult released the “EXSTINCTOR” trailer, unveiling his latest venture — a series of individually-numbered sculptures left at undisclosed locations across the globe. We now get a first look at one of these “EXSTIN...

Kidult “EXSTINCTOR” Trailer

An “exstinctor” is defined as “an annihilator, destroyer, suppressor.” With that in mind, oft-controversial street artist Kidult has unveiled a teaser trailer for his latest project. Dubbed “EXSTINCTOR,” the projec...

Kidult Tags Marc Jacobs Store Paris

Last year controversial graffiti artist Kidult tagged “ART” over Marc Jacobs’ New York SoHo retailer. In retort, Marc Jacobs released the “Art by Art Jacobs” T-shirt in satire of the situation, beating the artist in the...

Kidult for EXIT Magazine

French graffiti artist Kidult – who’s known to have an opinion or two on corporate consumerism – will feature on EXIT Magazine’s front cover in the coming issue for January 2013. Having previously featured content from other graffit...

The Controversial Kidult Releases “Misery” T-Shirt

Fresh off victimizing the Maison Martin Margiela flagship store in Brussels, the extremely controversial Kidult releases his latest commentary in the form of a T-shirt. With the words “Luxury is Our Misery” laid out across the bottom of t...

Kidult Tags Maison Martin Margiela Belgium

In the wake of its highly anticipated collaborative collection with Swedish retailer H&M, luxury couture label Maison Martin Margiela becomes the latest victim to Parisian graffiti artist Kidult’s vandalism. Possibly the most elaborate piec...

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 Loubo...

Kidult “Visual Dictatorship” Trailer

French street artist Kidult presents the trailer for his upcoming documentary, “Visual Dictatorship.” The 30-second montage splices together footage of some of Kidult’s most infamous works and includes a look at the tagging of the M...

Kidult: With Rhyme and Reason

“We’ve got to stop these brands from dictating a culture that belongs to us.” Love him or hate him, Kidult has certainly made waves with his bold tags that have graced the front doors of some of the most well known and iconic luxury...

Kidult Vandalizes Marc Jacobs NYC

The work of street artist Kidult might often be misconstrued as blatant vandalism, but so is the work of many other street artists — it just depends on who you ask. Kidult is best known for tagging (or vandalizing) the stores of prominent fashion bra...

Kidult “Illegal World” Part 2

Continuing his domination of the headlines, Kidult furthers his anti-establishment cause with the latest “Illegal World” Part 2 video. The voice-disguised short video catches the graffiti artist speaking out on his distaste for all-things luxury, eff...