Street Art Goes Country Lane

Street Art Goes Country Lane
Design

One could argue that today's Street Art could be the most important aesthetic movement of our time. A joyous anarchic reflection of our needs, wants and fears splattered, scribbled and...

Guy Brighton
  • 18 january 2005

One could argue that today’s Street Art could be the most important aesthetic movement of our time. A joyous anarchic reflection of our needs, wants and fears splattered, scribbled and painted on a wall or sign on your way to work.

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