Liverpool 'Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' Have Still Kept Their Identities Concealed

The group going as 'The Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' have still yet to reveal their identities. Though the likely chance of them doing so is exceptionally low, as they are a Secret Society after all. There is something rather charming about Liverpool having its very own secret society of artists. The group have plastered their logo across the city with a heavy presence in the City Region's cultural epicentre that is The Baltic Triangle.


LIVERPOOL'S SECRET SOCIETY OF ARTISTS

Liverpool's 'Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' Calling Card (Credit: Peter Eric Lang/ SSOSVA).
Liverpool's 'Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' Calling Card (Credit: Peter Eric Lang/ SSOSVA).

I have so many questions about the Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists. Have the Society disbanded? Why did they form? Why are they villains as art is such a positive energy? Have they named themselves villains as for the sheer fact that they found villains a rather cool stylistic move? Do they meet up? How many members are there? Do they have any future street art planned? Could they be the Banksey's of Liverpool? (Obviously when Banksey is not on the street spreading his magic.)

Liverpool's 'Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' Calling Card (Credit: Peter Eric Lang/ SSOSVA).
Liverpool's 'Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists' Calling Card (Credit: Peter Eric Lang/ SSOSVA).

If you have any information, want to provide me with a tip, or if the Society want to speak to me and give me even the most cryptic bit of information about their existence, then please email my work address PeterEric.Lang@TheLiverpudlian.com, or if you prefer PeterEric.Lang@ProtonMail.com. Of course, I don't want to reveal any identities or information that would allude to the revealing of such; that would spoil the fun. I just find it fascinating and would be intrigued to find out more, as there is very little information on the SSOSVA and I would love to write more about them.