Animal Activist Group Pairs Graffiti Artists with Business Owners

by admin on March 23, 2018

Thai animal advocacy group “A Call for Animal Rights” has launched a Facebook group that will help pair anyone wanting to paint murals of the recently poached Black Panther with walls of business owners willing to open up their properties.

The creation of the group comes in response to authorities painting over Black Panther murals that have gone up across the country on public walls. To make a more permanent statement that activists will not make it easy for Thai-Italian Development CEO, Premchai to walk free, business owners will lend artists their walls.

Thai Law Forum visits one of the murals on the Pet and Aquatic Animal Hospital in Bangkok and talks with owner, Poorerat Rattanawanit.


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