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ARTIST STREET

INTRODUCTION

Street art is a form of artwork that is displayed in a community on its surrounding buildings,
streets, trains, and other publicly viewed surfaces. Many instances come in the form of guerilla art,
which is composed to make a public statement about the society that the artist lives within. The work
has moved from the beginnings of graffiti and vandalism to new modes where artist work to bring
messages, or simple beauty to audience.

Given the various benefits and high return on investment street art provides to business, school,
neighborhoods, and cities, a movement of using street art as a tool to create safer, brighter, more
colorful and inspiring communities has also been recognized. Organized like Beautify Earth have
pioneered cities to leverage these benefits to create widespread beauty where it would be otherwise
empty or dilapidated public wall space or things.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

We all know that you’re supposed to reduce, reuse and recycle, but for artist, reuse and recycle
often have totally different meanings than they do for the rest of us. This project aim to give back life to
the things that people think useless. Children be allowed to draw to the wall give, express ther
emotions to the work In this work you are also trying to figure out how quickly a child's imagination
is.there are a lot of things in street that are no longer used so this is one of the things that we want to be
by the use of graffiti or painting, In most countries, marking or paintingproperty without the property
owner's permission is considered defacement and vandalism, which is a punishable crime. Graffiti may
also express underlying social and political messages and a whole genre of artistic expression.What’s
special about public art is the way how it is made, the place where it is and what meaning it has behind
it. Public art can express community value or describe a cultural related point, and its placed in public
for everyone to see. Public art is a reflection of how the artist sees the world and response to his time
and space. In this essay, I want to review about how the public art reflects the traditional culture.

BUDGET/MATERIALS

Paint/Color - 3000

Spray paint - 1100

Wood - 2000

Conclusion

People have very different views of street art. Some people condemn it, while others condone it, but
street art is legal but choice the right wall to interpretto In addition to building community, street art
connects nature to the city. Artists often create their art out of natural materials or with nature as their
subjects. In both cases, nature is brought to the city through street art.