• I believe that graffiti is art.

    I believe that graffiti is art because graffiti has more than one design and much added color. Art can inspire you and graffiti inspires many people. You can let your imagination be free when doing graffiti. Graffiti can take place anywhere. You can express yourself and you emotions doing graffiti

  • I believe graffiti is art.

    Graffiti is art because it shows the artists creativity and feelings. Graffiti also gives the boring and plain buildings a splash of color. Graffiti may not be the best to draw on someone’s house or something like that. I think graffiti is art and it is super cool to look at.

  • Graffiti art is Art Too!

    Graffiti is art just in a different way. There are many different ways to present art. . . Singing, Drawing, Painting, And many more like sculpting. Graffiti is just another way of expressing your self. If you say expressing your self isn’t art then songs, Paintings, And sculptures aren’t art. That is my opinion on graffiti art BYE!

  • Graffiti IS Art

    In my opinion, Graffiti is most definitely art because it makes boring old buildings look alive again. Street art is also a way for artists to express themselves through art. Many people can relate or are inspired by street art. Art is art and that includes graffiti. Graffiti IS a form of art.

  • Graffiti is art

    Its the places that people put it that gave graffiti a bad name. People paint large scale graffiti paintings and murals for the public to view, And they think its art, But those who put it where people don’t want it is where opinions change.

    P. S. Sorry for not responding sooner, I just got this set up on my IPad

  • Graffiti is an art.

    Why I think graffiti is an art. I think it this piece of art that expresses an individual feeling. Graffiti may be illegal but it can inspire different people. The different pictures hold various object lesson or maybe ideas put into art! Graffiti help describes how illustrator views something. It also makes people see things in a new perspective.

  • Its is art

    Some people are only trying to express themselves, or show how the community has changed through their art work. Unfortunately, some people disagree, and that is ok! But I am that person who AGREES that it is art. Yes some may be gang signs, or inappropriate words, or pictures, but as long as it doesn't have that, it is considered art.

  • Form doesn't matter

    Art can be done in any form. Yes you can do it how ever it is usually all about your emotions not what other think of their translation of the art work. Yes we could give an example of a graffiti artist and his name is banksy. His art is amazing it doesn't matter where he does it cause everyone likes it.

  • Yes graffiti is art.

    Graffiti is art because it is way or expressing yourself, and that is all art ever is. Graffiti might be illegal sometimes, but it is still art. Graffiti provides a voice for people who want to be heard or to prove a point, but won't be listened to otherwise. Graffiti is art.

  • Yes it is!!!

    Graffiti is someone's personal way of expressing themselves and sharing it with the world. Some people write books, some make Youtube videos, some paint on canvases. But graffiti artists use their amazing skills to paint our city with these beautiful murals and pictures. Sometimes we can't read what they say but that really doesn't matter. When you think about how much time of their life they have spent beautifying our cities you should learn to apprecaite them more. Art is beautiful, and it should never be kept pinned down by the social constructs of our government.

  • Is Graffiti art?

    I do not think that graffiti is art because it is a bunch of letters and it is not very attractive. However, Street art is art because a) it has the word in it and b) because it often symbolises, Such as a hidden meaning. Whereas graffiti usually only has people's names or rude/crude words.

  • Graffiti is not art

    Graffiti is not art because if you don't have permission to paint on a wall or building then you can't do that because it is not your property. People paint on walls that they don't own and they just think that everything is free. If you don't own something then you can't use it and it is disrespectful that people even change it.

  • Graffiti can be Art or Death

    People may think that graffiti is art and they see the finished project but no one really sees how dangerous graffiti is and could badly injure someone whom may hit there head when falling etc. . You should not graffiti unless you have a classified permit or get a thumbs up from the persons wall you are spraying or painting

  • Most Graffiti Is Not Art, And Even Graffiti That Is Art Is Still Wrong If Done Without Permission

    The majority of graffiti is words, Names, Or symbols painted on walls. I defy anyone to make an argument for how those can be interpreted as art. Some murals, However, Are simply beautiful. Others I wouldn't say are beautiful but still require quite a bit of skill. However, No matter how beautiful it is, It's never okay to graffiti another person's property without the owner's permission. How would you feel if someone came and spray painted your house? Unless it was in a design or color you wanted, It wouldn't matter how beautiful it was because you want your house the way you want it, Not how someone else wants it. What's worse is that you might need to be the one to pay to have it repainted. If you're one of the many living paycheck to paycheck or close, You might not have the money and need to look at the thing for an indefinite period of time. If you need to sell your house, The graffiti could lower the property value by thousands of dollars. Of course, Usually it's businesses or abandoned buildings that get targeted. Okay, It's probably harmless to graffiti abandoned buildings. However, Just because someone owns a business doesn't mean that they can afford to clean up graffiti. It can drive away customers, Giving the building a sketchy appearance. Small business owners can't afford that. Bigger franchises might not suffer the same effects, But it's still fairly selfish to graffiti a building without the owner's permission. You're only thinking about what you want, Not what anyone else wants. Instead, Either look into programs that allow people to graffiti buildings with the permission of an owner, Or maybe approach a local business owner. If you're talented and want to paint a mural, A sample of work might be enough to convince a business owner to let you paint their walls. Or, Just paint your own property.

  • Graffiti si notre art

    It’s vandalism! I hear people all the time try to excuse graffiti as art. But the truth is that it's vandalism and destruction of other people's property. Someone may like graffiti and consider it an art form. And they try to use the definition of art to excuse it. But those people are missing a major point about what art is. Art is created by commission or on the property the owner wants the art made on. Most graffiti is done without the consent or permission of the owner of which the graffiti appears on. The graffiti "artists" go where ever they want and destroy other people's property. I wouldn't want someone to tag up may walls of my building, Just because it's their "self-expression". . . If I asked them to do so, Then it's a different story. Why doesn't the graffiti "artists" do their work on canvas? Why do they need to tag public property? Self-expression isn't about destruction, It's about creation. Graffiti destroys. Go create graffiti and display it in a museum or an art show.

  • Graffiti is pointless

    Some people say graffiti is a one way to show creativity in public but in my opinion it doesn't help to improve the environment its pure vandalism, If they want to show their creativity it might be paper or in musuems not in public places where its not belong or to be displayed which is might not appropriate to be seen by youngsters eg. Words that can be explicit that can produce negative behaviour to our generation

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  • Against the law!

    Graffiti is yes, Sometimes pretty, However, IT IS AGAINST THE LAW! If you don’t have permission to paint on a persons property then that is what is know as vandalism and you could be sent to prison. If you DO have permission then all should be alright. Don’t graffiti otherwise. 👩🏼‍🔧👨🏼‍💼

  • No way illegal is not art!

    Imagine a world with a scribble on every wall or area you walk past. Should that be our future? What would kids think once they walk past a wall of scribble with rude words sprayed over it? It can influence children to do they same negative behaviour. Vandalism is negative damage to our society and needs to stop! It can not be classified as art because art is what children look up to and vandalism shouldn’t be what people look up to! Why should destruction and damage to our society classify as art; human creative skill and imagination?

  • Graffiti is vandalism

    Art has been created for the enjoyment of the people and a form of expressionism. Graffiti on the other hand is vandalism as it is defacing ones property without legitimate permission. Graffiti is not for enjoyment of others and not art. If you spray paint a shirt you are not commiting graffiti but spray paint art.
    They are different things.

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Anonymous says2013-09-10T19:34:38.477
Graffiti art is totally fine, as long as it is done In the right places, people should be able to show off their art and personality.
swaggerrdaddy says2013-09-28T06:10:25.733
Here is an article I wrote about the topic
Superdude200 says2016-03-21T13:19:01.403
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Superdude200 says2016-03-21T13:20:48.767
I agree with anonymous
Sandraharris says2016-04-20T11:34:10.427
I find graffiti a wall art but nowise a vandalism. Vandalism is painting on the monuments, ruining public assets or ruining graves. More on the issue is available on here:
ChaChaDaddy2761 says2016-11-08T18:40:40.813
Graffiti isn't just paint you throw on the wall. It takes time to paint the wall. Graffiti foes Take skills. Graffiti is done by people who love drawing and wants to share their great work they did. Drawing disrespectful things on the wall isn't right but you can't take it out on the ones who are doing great graffiti.
AnthonyG9999 says2016-12-08T15:48:08.903
Many art is guud. Bet many ish bed. Like shrek 4 example. Shrek ish bootyful. He must beh an art on a side of buldin. But art like boobies or explicit stuff ish bed. We need mur shreks for deh wurld. Shrek 2020 4 prez. Yay shrek ya ya ya
AcarTr says2017-05-01T19:46:08.200
The value of "street art" is very powerful. Street art is a way to express différents Things . In fact, it can displease a fact of society or simply convey a powerful message about their political visions, which hurts them, disgusts them or makes them react. The advantage of the street art is that we can talk about taboo subject through an image And also allows us to let our imagination speak.


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