Street Artists Take On Coronavirus Pandemic With Powerful, Poignant And Witty Pieces

Over the last few weeks, a plethora of powerful, poignant and witty pieces supporting health care workers, reminding people to stay home and poking fun at toilet paper shortages have appeared on walls around the world, from Los Angeles to London and beyond.

Some murals have appeared to criticize the ways in which President Donald Trump and other right-wing world leaders, such as Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro, have responded to the public health crisis.

Check out some of the most notable pieces below.

    • Welin (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    • Angus (Bristol, England)
    • The Rebel Bear (Glasgow, Scotland)
    • John D’oh (Bristol, England)
    • Absurdly Well (Washington, D.C.)
    • The Rebel Bear (Glasgow, Scotland)
    • Diff (Bristol, England)
    • (Austin, Texas)
      ASSOCIATED PRESS
    • (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
      Dean Mouhtaropoulos via Getty Images
    • SUBSET (Dublin, Ireland)
      Niall Carson – PA Images via Getty Images
    • (Hong Kong)
      Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
    • (Bristol, England)
      Ben Birchall – PA Images via Getty Images
    • (Bristol, England)
      Ben Birchall – PA Images via Getty Images
    • Lacuna (Berlin, Germany)
      JOHN MACDOUGALL via Getty Images
    • EME Freethinker (Berlin, Germany)
      Maja Hitij via Getty Images
    • Rachel List (Pontefract, England)
      OLI SCARFF via Getty Images
    • (Madrid, Spain)
      GABRIEL BOUYS via Getty Images
Subscribe to the Entertainment email.
Don’t miss a beat. Your culture and entertainment cheat-sheet.
  • Pony Wave (Venice Beach)
    Mario Tama via Getty Images
  • (Berlin, Germany)
    Adam Berry via Getty Images
  • Misha (Catania, Italy)
    Fabrizio Villa via Getty Images
  • Rachel List (Pontefract, England)
    OLI SCARFF via Getty Images
  • Angus (Bristol, England)
  • John D’oh (Bristol, England)
  • Fake (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Teachr1 (Los Angeles)
  • Teachr1 (Los Angeles)
  • Nello Petrucci (Pompeii, Italy)
  • TVBoy (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Corie Mattie (Los Angeles)
  • Rasmus Balstrøm (Los Angeles)
  • Pøbel (Bryne, Norway)
  • Jilly Ballistic (New York)
  • Ruben Rojas (Los Angeles)
  • Muck Rock (Miami)
  • RBS CREW (Dakar, Senegal)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • SF (Athens, Greece)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • (Prague, Czech Republic)
    Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
  • Bandit (New Orleans)
    Chris Graythen via Getty Images
  • (M25 Motorway, England)
    Jonathan Brady – PA Images via Getty Images
  • (Wetteren, Belgium)
    Photonews via Getty Images
  • Jeremy Novy (Los Angeles)
  • Airá Ocrespo (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • (Los Angeles)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Lionel Stanhope (London, England)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Na Temat (Warsaw, Poland)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Colton Valentine (San Antonio, Texas)
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • (Bangkalan, Indonesia)
    JUNI KRISWANTO via Getty Images
  • (Gaza City)
    NurPhoto via Getty Images
  • (Bergamo, Italy)
    Emanuele Cremaschi via Getty Images
  • (Hong Kong)
    ANTHONY WALLACE via Getty Images
  • SF (Athens, Greece)
    ARIS MESSINIS via Getty Images
  • TV Boy (Rome, Italy)
    ANDREAS SOLARO via Getty Images
  • (San Francisco)
    JOSH EDELSON via Getty Images

Seen some coronavirus-themed street art? Or can you help us further identify the artists or locations of the pieces we have in the list? Email your images and information to [email protected] or direct message via Instagram.

A HuffPost Guide To Coronavirus


Credit: Source link