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Transcript: Street Art Where did it come from? Where did it come from Howover,Street art a movement began in Philadelphia , United States, in the sixties. It was then know as 'Bombing' : a group of artists bombarded the city walls whith protets messages. Come from What is Street Art? What is Street Art? Street art Street art is an original type of art that we can find only in the streets. Many people sometimes relate this art with vandalism. FESTIVALS festivals Art basel Art Basel exhibits art from the 20th and 21st centuries and is unquestionably the world's leading fair for the international art market. More than 250 carefully selected representatives of the world's leading galleris make the Basel fairegrounds the most important temporary museum. UPFEST Whether you are passionate about art or not, the Upfest Festival will leave you speechless. Upfest, which means Urban Paint Festival, brings together more than 400 artists from different parts of the world every year painting live on facades, posters and canvases in the Bedminster and Southville neighborhoods. The atmosphere in the street is sensational. Visitors from different parts of the world come together in Bristol to witness the art that is being lived in every corner. Festival Techniques Types 3 types of street art: 1.Grafitis 2.Stickers 3.Street murals Types Artists Artists Banksy is one of the most famous artist of street art he do grafitis. Anothers artists of street art are:Lady Pink she do grafitis and street murals, Aryz is a artist catalan and he do street murals.....


Transcript: We are the Grafiters !! After the research... <-- This will help our community in many different ways. *This will help us because the world will look much better. *This will also help us make our community look nicer. *We would also try to make the gangs stop by painting the graffiti and we want to see if gangs would stop to make this world a better place. * One of our goals is to make this world a better place, and not make tourists say "ewww this is not a place to stay." Our results... We will stop Graffiti because people or gangs spray paint on the walls. When people spray paint walls other people think it looks weird and people always complain to the city of Inglewood or any where around the world. We are going to try to stop the grafitti in the community. We will try our best to make the world look better. Photos of the graffiti and how we will change that. No we do not want people to think of Inglewood like this !! We did not exactly do alot of results but we noitcied that gangs arent really doing graffiti as they did back then. Once in a while they will probably stop or not. Some Gangs just want to look cool then other gangs and leave a sign saying this is there terrioty. We noticed that when the gaffiti the walls the city paints over them, and sometimes the gangs paints again or they just leave. We were expecting that we will at least stop some graffiti on the walls and gangs would stop too. Abigail L. Naomy E. Cici A. Tatiana R. Eric M. How will this Help... There are four major types of gfraffiti: Gang graffiti, often used by gangs to mark turf or convey threats of violence, and sometimes copycat graffiti, which mimics gang graffiti. Tagger Graffiti, ranging from high-volume simple hits to complex street art. Conventional Graffiti, often isolated or spontaneous acts of "youthful exuberance," but sometimes malicious or vindictive. Ideological Graffiti, such as political or hate graffiti, which conveys political messages or racial, religious or ethnic slurs.Taggers, Party Crews, and Car Clubs are nontraditional gangs. These type of groups are not documented as gangs unless they are involved in criminal activity. Car Clubs in San Antonio are not often documented as a gang. In other parts of the country, they have noted a trend for car clubs to operate like gangs. Taggers consider themselves to be street artists and not gang members. Some tagger graffiti may involve creative expression, providing a source of great pride in the creation of complex works of art. Most taggers seek notoriety and recognition of their graffiti, and attach status to having their work seen. Thus, prolonged visibility due to the sheer volume, scale and complexity of the graffiti, and placement of the graffiti in hard-to-reach places or in transit systems, enhance the vandal's satisfaction. Because recognition is important, the tagger tends to express the same motif-the graffiti's style and content are replicated over and over again, becoming the tagger's unique signature. Tagger graffiti is not usually used to mark territory like traditional gang graffiti. Tagging on walls is a competition to those involved. The more a person tags, the more recognition and respect they'll get from other taggers. Taggers are responsible for millions of dollars in damage to private and public property annually. Competition between tagging crews has often become violent. In some cities, tagging crews are now committing crimes like traditional gangs and are known as tag-bangers. THIS IS OUR SOURCE O How this helped? "The Grafiters" WHAT WE WILL DO: This is how most places look like but we are going to change this to something more beautiful. We are gonna try are hardiest to make it look better than before. We are going to make it look better so our world won't get ugly and DIE! This helped by understanding the city of Inglewood and how we will stop graffiti . Some People will actually think more than what they are going to do next and not get in trouble. When people do something bad in there community it makes the community look scary and not a very good place to stay.

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