Street art and graffiti has always been considered as a mode of expression of freedom. Created in public, this visual art form often gives out a subtle message through its funny yet inspiring drawings. It can also be used to attract attention on a particular issue provoking the minds. However, street art is not damaging property. Street Art is more of a liberal art form, not confined to the rules of art world.
Street art gained popularity from the second half of the 20th century with the Berlin wall. The Berlin wall had become one of the major spaces for graffiti arts. Those were mainly painted through aerosol spray paints. However, with time the visualization of street art too has taken a great leap. Infusion of latest technical expertise makes the street arts of today come alive. And it had never been so liberating.
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