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XVALA is a world famous artist who is controversial both inside and outside the art world for his “Fear Google” campaign and his stance on the loss of privacy.

XVALA recently made international headlines for announcing “No Delete,” an exhibition of hacked images of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton’s nude photos, showcasing our loss of control in the internet age.

His "Fear Google" sticker (first appearing in Silicon Valley and then appearing everywhere) was the first street art sticker designed for the Post-PC era. It launched in 2010, the same year as Apple's iPad and other Post-PC devices.

XVALA's street works, paintings, sculptures, drawings, and Internet ideas point to society's growing inability to disconnect from the Internet and the ever-growing loss of personal privacy.

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Artist XVALA Defaces Banksy Steve Jobs Mural to Make a Point in MEME PARTY

XVALA Pepe Meme

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y., March 20, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — American artist XVALA will open his MEME PARTY campaign with an extreme modification of Banksy’s mural painting of Steve Jobs in Calais, France, known as “The Son of a Migrant from Syria”. XVALA will unveil his work at an event on April 27, 2019 in the Bowery. All pieces in the campaign make use of a variety of politically-charged and often controversial memes.

Recent Social Unrest Inspires ‘Fear Google’ Artist to ‘Grave Rob’ Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee for Work of Art

XVALA at Bruce Lee's grave

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 16, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — A ground-breaking work of art by the “Fear Google” artist XVALA is set to be debuted on August 19 during the March on Google in Mountain View, California. Dubbed “The Diversity Belt,” XVALA plans to wear his latest work of art in public at the March On Google to publicly share his point of view regarding Americans’ First Amendment rights.

Conservative Graffiti Street Artist Takes on Tiger Woods and Family Values


LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Tabloid artist Xvala will introduce his latest art piece, the ‘Tiger Woods Rambovian Rosewood Glory Hole And Golf Furniture’ in a soon to be revealed location on April 21st in Los Angeles, California. Today Tiger Woods returns to the PGA to contend at the 2010 Masters after a five month hiatus and media frenzied exploitation of his private affairs. In his return, Woods will have the support from some, including the notable sponsor Nike.