Guerilla artivism: The world of @fokawolf

Art and activism combine in the work of the artist known online by the handle @fokawolf. Its unexpected appearance on tube trains, billboards, shop windows and bus shelters is part of its allure.

In a post-truth world where it can be difficult to distinguish real from fake, even from the mouths of our leaders, there is nothing quite like stirring the pot a little. Here are a few examples of @fokawolf’s work.

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Guerilla artivism: The world of @fokawolf

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Art and activism combine in the work of the artist known online by the handle @fokawolf. Its unexpected appearance is part of its allure. In a post-truth world where it can be difficult to distinguish real from fake, even from the mouths of our leaders, there is nothing quite like stirring the pot a little.

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