To Laugh or Not To Laugh at These Graffiti?

September 7, 2013 by  
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Street art is perhaps the most interesting and funniest art. Drawing on various walls with funny messages, give a true art form, regardless of  inner meaning of that messages. To laugh or not to laugh at these graffiti? Often we will feel both moods. Whatever are happening in world around us, lives go on, so our recommendation is to laugh! icon smile in To Laugh or Not To Laugh at These Graffiti?  Here we have selected some of them, enjoy.

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Amazing Light Drawings and Graffiti

It’s so amazing what you can do when you find a dark space, slow your shutter, crank your imagination in high gear and start playing with light. Light paintings, known as light drawing or light graffiti, are a photography technique very popular today. We wanted to share with you what we consider great examples of light paintings. Check them out!

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Art Insert in Everyday Life

August 2, 2010 by  
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Urban Art is everywhere. Unsolicited, it leaves its traces and signs in urban space. It conquers the public sphere with stickers, posters, extensive murals, and stencil graffiti. It’s galleries are the world’s streets. What began as graffiti in the large cities on America’s east coast forty years ago has since experienced a decisive development. Even if the majority of actions continue to be produced anonymously and illegally, it is no longer exclusively a phenomenon associated with youth culture. These are some amazing examples of different ways how art can be inserted in everyday life, as part of urban art.

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Graffiti Life

July 2, 2010 by  
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Have you ever thought about graffiti from a different view then street wall’s pictures? Graffiti is not only street art. Like art can be everywhere, in every moment of life, graffiti try to be it, too.  Recently, they started sneaking  in our everyday lives. These are the works of young graffiti artist, alias Nidza Bleja, from Belgrade, who has been decorating apartments with his wonderful graffiti art works. This is a way how life can be more interesting from artistic view. This creative life I would best describe as Graffiti Life. Chose it! It can be wonderful.

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Banksy – Street Graffiti Artist That Makes You Wonder

December 3, 2009 by  
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One of best contemporary artists, Banksy. Banksy is a quasi-anonymous English graffiti artist, who works under the cover of darkness and tries to send a message through his work. His artworks are often satirical pieces of art on topics such as politics, culture, and ethics. His street art, which combines graffiti writing with a distinctive stenciling technique.

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His messages are not deeply political, but rather, seem to show some of society’s faults.

A girl who is flying over the wall between Palestine and Israel.

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It makes one stop and think about the two sides of the conflict and how the other is perceived by each side. This image seems to suggest that Palestinians believe that life on the other side of the wall is more peaceful and fruitful, without considering their own stance in life.

Banksy, as a example of both a contemporary artist and a street artists, makes one wonder about how art can influence society. Do spray-painted images such as the one above really make people stop and reflect on the issues it addresses? In terms of a topic, I may want to learn more about contemporary street art and it’s impact on society. It would also be interesting to focus on Banksy as an example of an activist who is trying to bring about change through a medium we have not looked at yet-art.

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Here are some of Banksy’s his sayings:

We can’t do anything to change the world until capitalism crumbles. In the meantime we should all go shopping to console ourselves.

When you go to an art gallery you are simply a tourist looking at the trophy cabinet of a few millionaires.

Sometimes I feel so sick at the state of the world I can’t even finish my second apple pie.

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Think from outside the box, collapse the box and take a f***ing knife to it.

Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place.

If you want someone to be ignored, then build a life-size bronze statue of them and stick it in the middle of town.

Interested to see more artwork from Banksy, see his official website. Or check out our previous article about Banksy’s street art.

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Banksy Street Art – Art Finds New Inspirations

June 24, 2009 by  
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Banksy is a pseudo-anonymous English graffiti artist. He is believed to be a native of Yate, South Gloucestershire, near Bristol and to have been born in 1974, but there is substantial public uncertainty about his identity and personal and biographical details.

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