Not A Crime returns to London with artist Ser
Not A Crime returns to London with new Village Underground mural and film to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Iran.
“Thousands of young people are barred from higher education in Iran because of their beliefs. We fight this injustice through creativity and art. Our campaign works with dozens of the world’s most prominent street artists. Enter our site to see their spectacular murals – all of which say that Education Is Not a Crime.”
London (March 23, 2017) — Not A Crime, a campaign to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Iran by creating public art in cities around the world, returns to London this week with a new mural at the famed Village Underground wall on Holywell Lane in Shoreditch. The campaign works with leading artists to provoke conversations about human rights violations – particularly education apartheid against the Baha’i religious minority – in Iran.
Argiris Ser, a Greek street artist whose work appears across Greece as well as in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Cyprus, will paint the work. Ser’s signature style will feature fantastical animals in a parallel universe who are concerned with the same universal value of education.
For more information see the Not A Crime website here: notacrime