Lushsux

#Australian #Graffiti #StreetArt #Artist #ProTrump?
#ProFreeSpeech #AntiBanksy #Cartoonist #AntiIslam
#AntiPC #Troll #IRLShitPoster #DarkComedy #Memes

Bio
Lushsux is a graffiti artist who often paints political and “polarizing” artwork, but he doesn’t delve into his politics in interviews. Therefore, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly where he stands on issues aside from some 4chan/Sam Hyde dog whistles. Nevertheless, it’s safe to say he is right of center, and if nothing else, an equal opportunity troll.
 ?  Part of this wiki because he criticizes Islam, Democrats, and is seemingly pro Trump.

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DRAWING THE LINE WITH LUSH SUX


Entrevista a Lush (@lushsux)


LUSHSUX on LATELINE 15/8/16


Bombing with Lush. (Graffiti documentary).


Lushsux Melbourne Street Art – Kangaroo V Man


[News] WTF – Controversial Street Artist’s Instagram removed for “Stupid Sexy Hillary” mural?


Mural appears of Trump at West Bank barrier


Latest Videos:

THE Instagram account of Melbourne graffiti artist Lushsux has been deleted by the social media giant overnight in what he claims is ?politically-motivated censorship?.

Lateline's Jason Om spends a night with guerilla graffiti artist, Lushsux.

A Melbourne artist who painted a provocative mural of US Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Melbourne has accused Instagram of politically-motivated censorship after his account was deleted.

Jerry Seinfeld awkwardly evaded pop star Kesha's quest for a hug. Now the moment has become a work of art by Australian street artist Lushsux

VNA?s Canberra correspondent Damo recently manage to check in with worldwide public nuisance and occasional fugitive Lush to gain an insight into his thoughts on travel, career trajectory and?

We became fast friends with Melbourne's graffiti provocateur LUSH last year when he came to San Francisco for an exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery, and...

"The world's first meme artist" talks creative inspiration, social media censorship and manipulating the masses.

Lushsux, the controversial Melbourne street artist, talks to Lateline about sexism in art and what he thinks of his critics.

A mural of a scantily-clad Hillary Clinton created by an Australian artist was briefly changed into a Muslim woman dressed in a niqab, following a complaint by the local council. However, the latest makeover also left the authorities unimpressed.

A graffiti artist has covered a mural of Hillary Clinton in a swim suit with an Islamic niqab after he was threatened with a fine.
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