You can travel anywhere in the world and you may see graffiti. While graffiti art is usually more common in big cities, the reality is that it can happen in almost any community, large or small.
The question of graffiti art is whether it is real art, or just plain problem sabotage. This is not always an easy question to answer, just because there are so many different types of graffiti. Some are simple monochrome sets of letters that are called a label and have little artistic value.
Although markers are the most common type of graffiti, larger, more complete examples appear in larger spaces, such as walls. These are usually colorful and complex designs, so begin to push the boundaries whether they should really be defined as graffiti art
If it is not because most graffiti is placed without permission of the owner of private property, then it may Is more considered to be a legal form of art. However, most graffiti art is just a worry for the owners, they are more likely to draw it or remove it, rather than appreciate its artistic value.
Many solutions have been implemented in different parts of the world, with varying degrees of success. Coating has been developed which essentially results in the dissolution of the applied coating during application or the quick and easy removal of the coating. Community groups and government departments to coordinate graffiti removal team
In some places, unless you are over 18, you can not buy paint. The canned cans are locked on display cabinets. In the neighborhood, the local council hired a man to go around and redraw any graffiti fence. One of my friends has painted his fence for at least seven times and it took him some time to see why it happened! Of course, the number of graffiti in my place has dropped significantly over the past year or two, so it seems that these methods work to a large extent.
But is it possible to remove graffiti as a damage to the art community? Perhaps if graffiti art is behind some people in hand and training, they can use their artistic skills in a more productive way. Encourage these artists to slander public property, crime is very difficult. But there may be other ways to work with graffiti artists, not just against them.
Maybe we need to start from a very basic level and find a way to encourage the creation of graffiti art on paper or canvas instead of creating graffiti art on paper or canvas wall. After all, who would remember Monet or Picasso if they created their masterpiece on the wall, only they painted the next day? It is never easy to find a way to solve this complex situation, but as more and more graffiti art is recognized in galleries around the world, we really need to try.