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    Protest Art - Thailand


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     MojoBangkok, an American who has lived in Bangkok for more than 20 years, documented the Bangkok protest artwork and T-shirt vendors of Silom Street. There’s everything from protest T-shirts donning the likeness of Thai protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban to bedazzled protest whistles. “There is no official logo of the protest, so people have made up their own,” he said.
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    As a result of the protests in Bangkok, there has emerged a Thai entrepreneur face of creating numerous slogans, logos and general protest art against the current government as well as support of the King.

    Adjacent to Lumpini Park is Silom Road, one of several business areas of central Bangkok which is partially closed due to the protests. It is lined with vendors seizing on the opportunity to sell their wares. Typical street fares are present from food, to shoes but it is also jammed with all kinds of variations of protest art in the form mostly of T-Shirts, There is no official logo of the protest, so people have made up their own.
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