How often do we pay any notice to urban art forms all around us?
From street art to graffiti, to other art forms visualized and borne out of a growing urban culture.
In various cities across the globe, these art forms are taking shape and rebranding communities, oftentimes in poetic forms and plain languages that epitomize the struggles and thoughts within the various societies.
In London, the urban culture is rich and diverse and being a salad bowl, cultures intermingle with one another, with an infusion which represent all aspects of various multi-layered societies and a growing distortion of belief systems like never before.
Take some moments in your daily endeavours and look around you. What do you see? What Street art can you find? Does that graffiti speak to you or do you see it as the work of vandals? Does it represent the society you live in and do you perceive any aesthetic value?
Urban life is evolving. Art is cultural. Lifestyles are becoming more borderless. There is no more room for a static lifestyle, one where you ‘see no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil’.