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Ruth asks…

What are some famous street artists?

Hi everyone, I need to know of some famous street artists for my graffiti art assignment as I have to write about each of them. I already know of Banksy’s work so if you would be able to tell me of some other famous street artists, that would be great. THANKS!!

Admin answers:

You should watch Banksy’s movie “Exit Through the Gift Shop.” It features a lot of street artists and is an entertaining documentary about street art. Also check out Graffiti wars.

James asks…

If you have a fairly successful blog, how long was it before people starting visiting it?

I started a street art blog about 3 weeks ago, and so far nobody has joined with google friend connect and the site has had 90 views so far. The content is ok and I’ve had good feedback from the few people who have visited.

Admin answers:

It will be a long time.

There are currently 133 million blogs on the internet. Most have an audience of one. There are just too many.

David asks…

Help to choose the graffiti street art for Canary Whalf?

street artHelp to choose the graffiti art for canary whalf?
This is a really exciting competition that I know about because my dear friend Morganic is in it. I love the idea that street art will be showcased in the finacial district of london.

Admin answers:

Woah…. Def the second one. That one I prefer as it has more of a unique flavour and you can see straight up that the artist has been inspired.

Thanks for showing us these.

Really enjoy street artist and graffiti art.

Maria asks…

What type of street art is this known by…?

I know its street art.. but i cant find what its called.

I love the style and want to learn how to do it…any programs or anything?

Admin answers:

That seems to me like regular art on a wall which would qualify under graffiti art.

There are two types of art that predominately you see on the streets:

1. Graffiti: any type of public markings that may appear in the forms of simple written words to elaborate wall paintings, or

2. Trompe-l’œil: (French for ‘trick the eye’,) is an art technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects appear in three dimensions, instead of actually being a two-dimensional painting. You can see some examples in the link!

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