Just as artwork supporting and endorsing the World Cup and the Brazilian national team can be found on walls and buildings throughout the country, protest graffiti has also been popping up in the country’s largest cities. One of the most talked about and featured works was created by Paulo Ito, who painted this image of a starving child on the wall of a school in São Paulo.
Similar graffiti displays images of corruption and general hatred of FIFA and the World Cup.
And some focused less on creativity and more on simply being obvious.
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