From Athens to Rio De Janeiro, street art telling the story of the health emergency
Street art remains true to its vocation and is currently telling the world about the coronavirus emergency by presenting colourful or works in black and white, messages of hope or accusation, emotional or political tones. We have collected the most beautiful pictures for you.
Street art in Dublin, created by the SUBSET collective, showing mask-wearing health workers.
A picture on a wall of the Soho district in Hong Kong
A street art work depicting the Virgin Mary wearing a mask and holding the Covid-19 in her hand, as shown on a wall in Madrid
A work of the street artist Rebel Bear, shown on a wall of Bath Street in Glasgow
A graffiti by street artist Lacuna depicting a woman wearing a mask. Next to her a stylised image of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in the Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood in Berlin.
A work of the street artist Pony Wave, showing two people kissing and both wearing a mask, in Venice Beach, California
A Palestinian artist is painting a murales entitled "If we fight the epidemic, we will protect people and save our planet” while being watched by a boy, Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.
SF, 16-year-old artist, painted a murales about the COVID-19 crisis on the roof of his house in Athens.
A graffiti depicting the Superman symbol and the logo of the British National Health Service (NHS) above a picture of a nurse, as shown on a wall in Pontefract, in Northern England.
Rio de Janeiro
A graffiti depicting Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro wearing a mask with the writing “Covard-17” (17 was Bolsonaro’s candidate number in the Presidential election) , pictured on a wall in the Estacio district during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemia.
The Mona Lisa wearing a mask on the roller shutter of a newspaper kiosk in Catania with the hashtag #Cataniadoesn’tstop.