November 29, 2020

A NEW GRAFFITI SERIES | “HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD VOL#1” | WYNWOOD WALLS, MAIMI FL

This is what I am talking about. People need to take a project like this and really look at how graffiti and urban art of all forms can and will be viewed in the future as long as people keep producing projects like this. I know people in the scene will not agree with this for many reasons (“its not graffiti” or “its ruining the subculture”) but the fact is this culture of people has been moving in this direction since the first piece of urban art was sold or used in the mainstream (which started in the 80’s). something like this makes me very interested in what the future brings to this culture and what this art will evolve into.
-BIGJUS

HBTV: HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD – Vol 1.1 “Introducing the Walls” from HBTV on Vimeo.

2 thoughts on “A NEW GRAFFITI SERIES | “HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD VOL#1” | WYNWOOD WALLS, MAIMI FL

  1. I like the culture shift of street art. Though some critisize it as vandalism, I enjoy art being in the public domain. Art for sale to those who can afford it seems wrong to me. Art should serve the public good and be available to upper and lower classes equally. How that will be achieved, however, I am not able to answer. I wonder if Van gogh would enjoy how his art is treated now, as a luxery conversation piece for the super wealthy. I think he would puke and perhaps shoot himself, tragicly, again. Poor guy. I think if he could have chosen, he would have chosen street art as a medium also. Just my thoughts though, thanks for reading.

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