One could argue that today's Street Art could be the most important aesthetic movement of our time. A joyous anarchic reflection of our needs, wants and fears splattered, scribbled and...

One could argue that today’s Street Art could be the most important aesthetic movement of our time. A joyous anarchic reflection of our needs, wants and fears splattered, scribbled and painted on a wall or sign on your way to work.

Whilst groups like the Wooster Collective try to carry the flag for the movement, PSFK doubts that the mainstream are going to take much notice until some clever marketer, sorry we mean curator, puts them bang in front of people’s faces (again) in MoMa or the Tate Modern.

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