The Hanging Banker and Other Occupy Art

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7. Carpet Bagging

The Occupy movement has gone international, and at Occupy London, artist K-Guy dropped a "carpet bomb" last month in the form of visual social commentary. Dude has a lot of neat work you should check out.

6. Crocheted Cube

The Alamo, better known by New Yorkers as The Cube, was originally installed in 1967, but last month, Polish-born, American-based artist Olek gave it an Occupy facelift. The artist crocheted the 1,800-pound cube and knitted the words, "I'm still proud of what I do for a living." Take that, business school.

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