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Graffiti Art

Graffiti Art Free Palestine at UCT: Photo, Conversations, Artist
Graffiti Art

Graffiti Art Free Palestine at UCT: Photo, Conversations, Artist

Increasingly in the 21st century, graffiti art is mainstream. We explore truths illuminated by the graffiti art Free Palestine at University of Cape Town While the tactics - bombing,tagging -  remain rooted in the oft castigated methods of street art, the actors have changed. Since its birth such guerilla tactics have earned this form of expressionism its bad boy tag. However, in the 21st century graffiti art is getting mainstream. Mainstream you say? Well the truth is that one will be be hard pressed to find an oxymoron that tops that : mainstream graffiti art. Yet as this series on graffiti art in the 21st century will reveal, indeed this paradox that today lies at the heart of graffiti art continues to play itself out. Today's important conversation is inspired by this pie...
Graffiti Art In The 21st Century: The Bronx, 1990’s Nairobi, New York Subway,The White House
Graffiti Art

Graffiti Art In The 21st Century: The Bronx, 1990’s Nairobi, New York Subway,The White House

Why would some of us consider graffiti, art, while others vehemently opine that graffiti is nothing but vandalism? A personal story and a short history Is there a link between religion and graffiti art? Why would some of us consider graffiti, art, while others vehemently opine that graffiti is nothing but vandalism? How do we tie all this up in understanding graffiti art's place in 21st century society? To answer these questions we have to go back to 1990's Nairobi, 'New World' America and into Obama's and Trump's White House. Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash Graffiti Art and Religion: How My Search For Christianity Fed My Love For Graffiti Art Growing up in early 90's Nairobi -- right about the time evangelical Christianity was taking root in Kenya-- meant that one had to...