File it under “Stuff Kidult Hates, or Loves, or Loves to Hate”: instead of exploiting graffiti as a vehicle to communicate messages about brands, art director Antonio Brasko instead applied brands to the vehicles of graffiti, slapping Montana cans with conceptual versions of premium labels’ logos.
Represented in the mix are Nike, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Supreme, and adidas, many of which the Portland resident has worked with in the past. While the internet is screaming at these (because that’s what aging graffiti writers use the internet for), we think it’s pretty rad. Unfortunately, they’re not for sale — well, not yet, anyway. Kidult, calm thyself.
Check out more from the artist (Nike boomboxes!) at his website.
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