By . Sofija. Table of contents . Slide 3 – What inspired the invention ?. Slide 7 – How did the invention change ?. Slide 10 – What impacts does the invention have on people ?. Slide 15 – Little Glossary. ID: 298070
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Table of contents
Slide 3 – What inspired the invention ?
Slide 7 – How did the invention change ?
Slide 10 – What impacts does the invention have on people ?
Slide 15 – Little GlossarySlide3
What inspired the invention ?
Graffiti is an old art that developed over time. Graffiti is as old as World War II. Where ever the American soldiers went they wrote “Kilroy was here”.
This is what they wroteSlide4
Another motto was “Bird lives” written by fans of the jazz legend Charlie Parker.
In the 1960s people started tagging instead of writing random things on walls.
This is the thing they wrote
This is a picture of graffiti taggingSlide5
One well known graffiti artist who helped bring graffiti into the mainstream in the 1980s was Keith Haring.
Haring opened a store called Pop Shop that sold products featuring his graffiti art. Before he opened his store, his graffiti art could only be found on city walls.
This is Keith HaringSlide6
Personally I do like graffiti but I don’t like when it is on very nice houses and I would like it to develop so it would be in and on places that don’t bother some people.
This is street art graffitiSlide7
How did the invention change ?
Graffiti has changed people’s thinking and the presentation of graffiti has changed a lot. At first people thought that they could only paint in art galleries, but now they think they can paint on the street and on city walls.
Another change was that scientists have made special paint so people could keep doing graffiti art but the paint would not stay on permanently.
This is graffiti artSlide8
Graffiti has been more in the mainstream than older times since the graffiti artists
Banksy and David Choe brought it into the mainstream and I think that now a lot of people like graffiti.
This is David
People liked graffiti so much that in the 1970s people started doing a wild style of graffiti. Over all graffiti has changed peoples thinking and has changed quite a bit.
What impacts does the invention have on people ?
Graffiti has different impact’s on people. Some people believe that graffiti is an art form, while others believe it is a crime.
This is even more graffitiSlide11
Bermudez coordinator of graffiti once said : “Graffiti could be considered art if it were done on a controlled environment like a canvas, but for the most part I’d say this is vandalism”.
This is David
Since some people liked graffiti someone invented the pneumatic tool so they could paint with just air pressure and a bit of paint
This is a picture of a pneumatic toolSlide13
For some reason people like the feeling of drawing on walls and that feeling is probably older than the Pyramids, but nobody really knows the exact beginning of street art graffiti ,the style that virtually took over New York city in the 1970s and 1980s.
These are the pyramidsSlide14
The impact that graffiti has on me is positive and negative. It is positive because I do believe that graffiti is an art and it the impact is negative because I would like it to be on a place where it doesn’t bother some people.
This is more graffitiSlide15
Mainstream – It means that more people know about it and it is more popular.
Vandalism – It means destroying peoples property.Slide16Slide17Slide18Slide19Slide20Slide21