We at TAE love checking out street art from all over the world – we enjoy all sorts, from graffiti to installations and everything in between. We have a couple of favs, and yet we’re always opening our eyes to the not-so-well-known out there who are just as talented.

Today we take a look at a couple of pieces of street art that are not just beautiful, but also relay obvious yet painful messages of how the world is. Hopefully, these works of art are not just there to haunt us, but to push us to make moves in order to change the world.

Credits go to whomever took these photos, but the following images are the collective works of people like Banksy, Natalia Rak, Pejac, Blu, Roa, Nemos, Madeinpain, July, Eduardo Kobra, Pobel, and an unknown artist.

Do you have street art of your own that say similarly powerful messages about today’s reality? Or have you spotted a few in your town? Let us know!

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