How Would A City Look If It Was No Street Art? The simple idea taking a stone and by hand carve signs and symbols are by the archaeologist named cave paintings (Aubert, a geochemist and archaeologist dated the oldest cave painting approximately 35,400 years old) an art form evolved into something truly extraordinary, political, witty and entertaining, a contribution to the de-alienation of poorly built architecture in the big cities around the world, by some seen as vandalism others enrichment of a manufactured cityscape.
Urban art can be traced back a long time ago. In the late 50 and 60’s pop art artist, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol who used hybrid mass media screen-printing and ionized it commercially. Later, terrorist The Basques in the 80s took the modern form, and in the 80s The Ecole Beaux-Arts student Blek Le Rat and Gèrard moved their art out in the suburban streets of Paris. The culture has a lot in common with the punk culture who in the end of the 70s printed stencil art on T-shirts to highlight their message about a DIY culture and a move away from the established.
Is stencil art it vandalism? No, it organized and planned. Often the text with image is mix enough, but in stencil and street art you must add site. When add 3rd dimension to the piece and found the right place then it became an instant classic. The finest aspect works best when it’s planned.
Street art from all over the world is a part of a personal collection images taken from all over the wold. I try to take a pulse on the digital life outside my blog and dive into the history of Pop culture. To presented it in a different angle than most other do. And that is the idea; instead of give you exactly what everybody else. I think it’s better to have a few who like what you present that jut have a lot of stuff nobody really care about. Weekly Novel clicks