Ever wondered why people hang shoes on power lines? Find out here, you may be surprised to learn about the origins of this fascinating practice called "shoefiti".
An Explanation On the Different Types of Graffiti Markers and Tips For Everyday Street Art.
What is Street Art? Art publicized, illegally or legally, in the streets such as graffiti, stencils, wheat pasting, stickers, video projection, street installations, yarn bombing, lock-ons and so on. Come witness tutorials, time-lapses, materials, and top named artists. A complete introduction to...
Graffiti is often viewed as a world-wide social and community problem and even a criminal activity, but there is true art and conviction in the work of some graffiti artists such as Banksy and Orion.
Modern day street artists using an art skill that is hundreds of years old, the 3d anamorphic perspective. The secret of how to do this with photo editing software revealed. See this illusion in action as your eyes deceive you.
Sidewalk Chalk is becoming very popular. Many cities are now holding annual festivals where they will have artists create large chalk murals not just on the sidewalks but on the streets. Some Sidewalk Chalk Festivals include: The Pasadena Chalk...
Interactive street art is street art which the public can "interact" with the art. Street artist Ernest Zacharevic has done a beautiful presentation in the heritage town of George Town, Penang, Malaysia
The works of Bansky, an anonymous English graffiti artist whose real name may be Robert Banks, primarily litter the streets of London but have made appearances in the U.S. and Israel as well. Possibly born in Bristol in 1974, Banksy began as a...
Trolling has a bad reputation because its wrongly linked with cyber-bullying. Trolling is performance art and is about having fun. Learn more here.
This Hub explores the idea of how pupils could be taught Graffiti Art as a High School subject . It would also be used to team build and teach pupils how to paint responsibly in the environment.