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Street science-art. Yeah, the science is often incorrect or out of date. The conceptually popular and wildly incorrect 'Ascent of Man' is popular with street artists. It interests me how much of this counter-cultural art movement in our public spaces addresses evolution over the other sciences. Will climate change street art be far behind?

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Another one by Banksy, the metaphor about cleaning up cave paintings comes through like a splash of cold water. I love this one. {link url=""}Image source{/link}


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"Evolution in violence" - from Tehran, by A1one. {link url=""}Image source.{/link}

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What does it say about the science in street art that so much of the science is outmoded and wrong, yet so clever in design and so well rendered?