While the artwork at the Stoke Travel campsite in Munich was no Michelangelo, it did speak to the culture of the Australians that were running the trip, which is what art is all about, right? The Aussies that volunteer for staff positions on Stoke Travel trips call themselves "Stokies", and are all about pursuing the unique thrill that only comes from travel. Their thirst for adventure, coupled with their affinity for partying, contributed to the type of art that decorated the Munich campsite. Above, you can see their logo, hand painted on the back of the sound stage. The logo is understated, with muted colors and simple graphics, and the colorful background of the stage provides the perfect balance between the subtle and the bright.
Here is the same logo, but on a large balloon, used to mark the entrance from the masses of tents to the social area of the campsite. The balloon took the graphic and utilized it as a landmark, while still holding its artistic integrity.
Stoke Travel had prints like these all over the campsite, where they had a humorous phrase or image (or both!) and usually snuck in their brand name somehow. Here, they have their logo screen-printed onto the cup that is sitting next to the woman in distress. They took something that is not usually seen as "art" (a sign for the bathroom) and made it art.