|A poster by conservative artist Sabo, outside of the Oscars theater. We have edited the profanity.|
Conservative street artist Sabo is at it again. The artist has made a name for himself by using his art to stick it to liberals in the Los Angeles area. Today, he took aim at the "limousine liberals" in Hollywood, and the Oscars in particular.
Sabo hung a number of satirical posters and set up fake Redbox kiosks around the Oscars theater. The posters look legitimate enough to be real promotional items, until you realize what they say. The kiosks slam the Oscar nominees as unworthy of paying full price, and barely worth a Redbox rental.
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