Call it art or call it vandalism ... either way someone has to pay to get his artwork taked down immediatley. French graffiti artist, KIDULT, sprays his name with paint from a fire extinguisher across the storefronts of some pretty well know brands. Most recently he hit the Supreme store in New York City.
Back in Febuary he also sprayed the storefronts of agnès b., Colette, YSL, and JC/DC while he was in Paris. The fact that he chooses such prominant stores makes us wonder if he's doing it for art or fame and if it's really just vandalism. Some may say that what KIDULT does is at the very of all graffiti; being noticed for your work and for your name.
KIDULT may have found a lane that only he can be in when it comes to graffiti and even though this may be a big deal for the storeowners who have to clean up after him, to us it's kind of cool.
Click through the post to see pictures and video of all of the storefronts that KIDULT has hit in NY and Paris, as well as a video of him explaining why he does what he does.