Manifesto about Street Art

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Art became an integral and most crucial thing in lives of most people. It helps people to represent their feelings through their art works, whereas other people are using art in order to get profit. People are learning arts in schools and universities and using it in their lives for different proposes. However, art seems to be good for all people, there is only one type of it which is usually not welcomed in countries - ‘Street art’. According to Johan Slogan, ‘Nowadays art’ (2010, 13-14), street art known to us as a “graffiti” is a way of representing feelings by people from lower class who were discriminated or have their own opinions for situation in the world. Street art has been declared as vandalism prohibited in most developed …show more content…
Passing painted streets I often wonder why most people think that graffiti is vandalism?
In my opinion, professionally made graffiti is very beautiful. Graffiti is very popular throughout the world. If it 's done by really talented person , the pattern may become a work of art. Let 's start with the fact that graffiti transforms abandoned buildings , fences , telephone booths . Drawings must be drawn on an old , dirty and ruined walls. It would be nice if we could have a special place for graffiti. In addition, graffiti artists want to be heard , and they are trying to explain something to people . Painting a picture , artists express themselves . They want to decorate this gray and boring world . In addition , there are some famous unusual paintings that are made by the best artists . When people look at these colorful pictures on the buildings , they think of something warm and good.
Of course sometimes artists go beyond, but almost every graffiti has a deep meaning, and more often the picture on the wall is the best way to arrange protest. Or do you really think that strike is better than draw on the walls?

“Imagine a city where graffiti wasn 't illegal, a city where everybody drew whatever they liked. Where every street was awash with a million colours and little

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