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Graffiti as Art
Transcript of Graffiti as Art
What is graffiti?
Today it is known as street art, but the
origins of ancient graffiti
date back to 30,000 BC cave paintings,
and the Greek & Roman empires.
Inscriptions and drawings were painted or scratched onto sculptures and walls.
Historically, graffiti was not illegal; much of Europe still considers it art. Most of our western civilization regards it as vandalism.
Putting a 'name tag' on public areas.
This marking of territory dates back to the 1960's & 70's in Philadelphia and New York City.
Political and Social Issues
“Can art change the world?
Maybe … we should change the question:
Can art change people's lives?”