Street Art I

I have always regarded ‘street art’ with a great deal of respect, primarily because it does not seek a gallery audience, is embalmed with a ‘guerillaesque’ spirit, creates ‘beauty’ in ‘ugliness’, has ‘transformative’ and metamorphic goals, is skeptical and irreverent, and mostly, the creators seek anonymity. So unlike the art-market gallery space.

 

 

 

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Barbarossa
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Sweet, lvingly done, only to be wiped out by the ‘owners’ of walls and pavements. sad.

Valerie
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nice stuff here..ty for post

Praveen V
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So much of creativity and labor, only to be white-washed out by ‘city cleaners’. Its a shame.

Xu Han
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wonderful creative expressions!!!

Jeff Y
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cool post! youve got another subscriber for your site.

Ginger
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always wanted to go out and do it, was never courageous enough to go out and do it. These guys (and gals) are true frontier soldeirs.

darshini
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Lovely! and thank you for posting.

Moxie
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SuperLike!

Lalzom
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Nice post. How do they paint on the sides of big buildings without permission..? very creative.

J Somerville
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lovely anonymous work. very inventive and creative…. I do see a couple of Banksys i think.

DK
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Wud have been good if u cud hv posted slightly larger pics. Tanx.

Veronica T
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I was wondering why some cities embrace street art, such as London where artists from all over the world are commissioned to produce street murals, installations and paintings on walls and old buildings whilst other cities are completely against it. There is a difference between mindless graffiti (tags, pointless names, unpleasant artwork..etc) and actual street art. A good example would be the London Street Art Walking Tour where talented and respected artists decorated run down buildings and side streets with their work. Other cities I have noticed that also embrace street art are Brighton, Manchester and Birmingham. Does anyone think… Read more »
Shamik
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I heard the scene is massive in some parts of Europe. Does anyone have any hints or tips of where to go and also if there are any festivals of street art on at that time? Thanks guys. I`m particularly interested in the stencil stuff.

Tsien Chang
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k so im into the whole stenciling and street art kind a thing and i usually just go on google and look for it but i was wondering if there is a website that holds it all ???? not photobucket or google images or antyhing like that…. thanks=)

Jason R
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I’m organizing this street art related event and I need some recommendations for 3 movie projections.
I settled for Banksy’s Exit through the gift shop, Basquiat and Beautiful Losers, although I’m not sure about the last one.

Any other movies anyone here might recommend?

Thanks

Maggie Saucier
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I’m making a presentation of street art and im making a slide show with photos and i need some type of chart with some type pf statistics. HELP! I’ll give you 10 points(:

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