Street art: vandalism or a form of art? :check: Pros &…
Street art: vandalism or a form of art?
:check: Pros & Cons :green_cross:
gases emanating from spray paint is increasing day by day the percentage of air pollution
also it appears that the themes street artists love the most, are connectet to enviromental studies, globalitazion as well as nature.
streets arte are slowly entering of the most impportant field with the development of a new form of art colled "bio art". This art is an art that uses human live tissues, bacteria and living organisms to crate something beautiful.
One of the most famous piece of street art is actually a work that involves one of the most famous thing in the world: policy. Shepard Fairey is the creator of the Barack Obama ‘Hope’ poster, considered to be one of the most iconic images of the 2008 US Presidential Election Campaign. His work appears in world’s top art museums such as: The National Portrait Gallery (US), The Victoria & Albert Museum (UK)
the precence of a personal preference in terms with politicians and policy in general in such a big space can effect other people thoughs, not being their genuine one.
Murales has been on of the most visited places in so many cities. Street art keep the level of tourism very high, giving the country a mojor opportunity to earn money
They give the opportunity to a lot of people that are intrested in making their passion a job.
Street art is way more cheaper and accessible, than other exhibitions.
Graffiti are extremely expensiveve to clear up. The State of California has stated that they had to spend more than 28 million dollors of graffiti removal only in the city of Los Angeles.
Street art a beautiful alternative way of decorate empty public spaces, such as streets, walls or even plazas, to make people feel more involved in the social life of the community.
They also stimulate that thin in people that
Sites had reported that the rate of people interested in arts have been increasing tremendously (almost 67%) since the first apparance of urban arts by the streets of the cities
Street art is classified as a damage of personal propriety. But streets aren't a personal propriety. A case started by one of the most famoust street artists Banksy came with a conclusion, admitted by the judges and the court, that as soon as an artist paints on a wall, it automatically bacame their own.
Not every art is equal from the other,there are a lot of ways of expression as well as ways of thinking. If street art goes in the "wrong hands" it is able to communicate such negative messages. Artists nowdays uses Street art not as a medium but as a personal self-advertisement. That being said, if people would really start to consider street art as real way of expression and as an exemple for the community, instead of leaving their names written on a wall, everything would be easier. Trust me.
Being done without an official permission at all, they are of course illegal and their continuous production just make the crime rate worse a worse.
Graffiti over the course of the years have been identified as a symbolism closely related with gangs. People that live in the inner-city have now a permanent proof of how cruel and difficult is the condition they live in and they are constantly reminded of that.
Street art is an artwork usally done in public spaces without an official permission. There are two tipical ways of doing street art,one diffrent from the other based on the technique: Graffiti are infact based only on words or on the production of letters in general, while street art includes a more general area of work