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Slide 1 - What are we learning today? The origin and contemporary styles of graffiti Major artists in the movement How to judge and respond to graffiti How to draw graffiti style 8.1 – Plan for and reflect on art-making process using a sketchbook 8.5 – Convey points of view about contemporary issues in art 8.12 – Describe how works of art are influenced by social, political and economic factors 8.20 – Analyze purposes, values and meanings of art
Slide 2 - What is Graffiti? Any writings or drawings scribbled or sprayed illegally in a public place Graffiti ranges from simple words to elaborate paintings, and has existed since ancient times, dating back to Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. In modern times, spray paint and marker pens have become the popular medium for graffiti Ancient Pompeii graffito caricature of a politician.
Slide 3 - Social Response In most countries, marking or painting property without the property owner's consent is considered defacement and vandalism, which is a punishable crime. *In Virginia, the punishment for graffiti is 500 hours community service and a $10,000 fine Graffiti may also express a underlying social and political message. Unrelated to hip-hop graffiti, gangs use their own form of graffiti to mark territory or to serve as an indicator of gang-related activities.
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Slide 5 - Graffiti in other cultures: Brazil
Slide 6 - Graffiti in other cultures: Iran
Slide 7 - Graffiti in other cultures: Malaysia
Slide 8 - Typography in Graffiti Stencil style “Tag” “Wildstyle”
Slide 9 - Banksy British Specializes in satirical political and societal commentary. His art is a combination of stenciling, spray paint and fine brush painting
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Slide 12 - C215 French C215 is know for his elaborate stencil graffiti work Subjects include portraits of his daughter as well as portraits of "pure evil" and beautiful romantic scenes
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Slide 14 - Dan Witz American, New York City Famous for his hummingbirds and lifelike portraits that look almost as if they were photographs
Slide 15 - Choose 1 letter and draw it 25 different ways
Slide 16 - What are we learning today? The origin and contemporary styles of graffiti Major artists in the movement How to judge and respond to graffiti How to draw graffiti style By the end of class, you should have your name drawn in graffiti on the final copy. -Practice 1 graffiti letter + overlapping -Sketch your first name in sketchbook -Draw in pencil on final copy -Outline in black sharpie 8.1 – Plan for and reflect on art-making process using a sketchbook 8.5 – Convey points of view about contemporary issues in art 8.12 – Describe how works of art are influenced by social, political and economic factors 8.20 – Analyze purposes, values and meanings of art
Slide 17 - Style Wars, 1983 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EW22LzSaJA 1:45-4:10 Intro 4:20-7:00 Intro 10:30-13:15 Artist Spotlight 15:40-19:00 Demo 20:10-21:00 Type of Artists 24:00-25:40 Style 41:05-42:45 Planning 48:40-49:25 Conflicts 49:25-51:00 Defining Graffiti as Art 51:24-52:50 Art, cont.
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Slide 22 - Add your own style
Slide 23 - Add color and a background
Slide 24 - Highlights
Slide 25 - Brick Wall How to draw a brick wall
Slide 26 - Side of a bus How to draw a public bus
Slide 27 - On the side of a Train How to draw a train car
Slide 28 - Use at least 2 colors Show highlights Include a background