Streets are home not only to all sorts of signs and a great deal of advertising, they also function as a medium for yet another form of communication. One that defies the prevailing linguistic code of the city as it doesn’t urge us to abide by the law, or lures us into irrationally purchasing things we don’t need.
Whether it concerns cartoons, impersonations or parodies on television, in theatre or in literature, traditionally politicians and world leaders have always been at the receiving end of mockery. In the street art scene this is no different; artists do not hold back showing in a playful manner which rulers they find are the bad hombres.
‘‘Get outta here, a page full of cat pictures? How dare you come up with that and how do you think you'll get away with it?’’ Well yes, that's what I've been asking myself too... On a World Wide Web that is ceaselessly inundated with honey-sweet and quasi-comical cat content, this contribution can just as well be omitted, right? Or cannot at all be missed? Who shall say?