Renowned for its roots in activism, street art has played a pivotal role in promoting social change through creativity. While most street artists employ blank walls as a means to communicate their messages, Ibo Omari has opted for a slightly different approach. For his series, Paintback, the Berlin-based artist uses his spray-paint skills to rework scribbled swastikas into quirky and clever works of art.
Combatting hateful messages with cartoonish subjects, Paintback proves the power behind “getting creative in the neighborhood.” Each sloppily drawn swastika unexpectedly serves as inspiration for Omari’s …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: My Modern Met