SickO’s interactive graffiti creates magic

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FRANCISTOWN: Maun-born visual artist, Odigile Setshwantsho, popularly known as SickO, has created magic through his interactive pieces and allowing viewers to become part of his work and appreciate the world they live in through graffiti art.

Graffiti art, also referred to as street art by some, is the general term used to describe the majority of public artwork, which consists of spray-painted murals, writings, or drawings on walls, buildings, or the streets.

Graffiti is gradually gaining acceptance in society, despite the fact that it is still viewed in some places as vandalism and destruction of public property. SickO, who is well-known for the murals on the Maun Gateway Monument that are a hit with people who visit Maun, perceives graffiti as a social tool.

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