20 street-art-work on the verge of art and vandalism
Categories: CultureBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/20-street-art-work-on-the-verge-of-art-and-vandalism
According to one version, street art appeared during world war II, when the worker Kilroy began to write "Kilroy was here" on each box of bombs. Since then, street art has spread around the world, and probably there is no town where she would not have left their mark. In many countries, street art is still considered illegal.
But in some cities the authorities cooperate with street artists and hold special festivals and even protect the objects of street art, such as the work of Banksy. In short, street art, like any art, someone like, well, someone thinks it's just bullying.
Kyalami, South Africa. Author justinnomad.
Glasgow, United Kingdom. Author — smugone.
UK. Author — Gnasher Graffiti Murals.
Los Angeles, USA. The author is unknown.
San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Author — Fintan Magee.
Moscow, Russia. Author zoomstreetart.
France. Author — Jeaze Oner.
Los Angeles, USA. Author Kai Aspire Art.
Goiania, Brazil. Author Kueia.
Place is not established. Author Alegria del Prado.
Malta. Author — ChemiS.
Paris, France. Author — Zag & Sìa.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Author Juandrés Vera & Dazer Ramirez Guzman.
Valencia, Spain. Author Pichi&Avo.
Caserta, Italy. Authors — Bifido & Vadikvoodoo & Tak Nado.
Norwich, United Kingdom. Author Muretz.
Melbourne, Australia. Author — Adnate.
Frankfurt, Germany. The Author — Brain Mash.
Ann arbor, USA. Author — David Zinn.
Lyon, France. The Author — Birdy Kids.