Street Art Sentimentality

Seeking public reaction, artists target consumer emotions for impact

Implications - Moving beyond shock value and anti-establishment sentiment, street artists are using romantic imagery to draw emotion from viewers. Referencing themes like love, artists are using public spaces to send a more heartfelt message to viewers.
SCORE: 4.3
Warm Top 4 Examples: 16,238 Total Clicks Feb 13 - Sep 14
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Consumer Insight Topics: Art & DesignGraffiti
Romantic Street Art - Jana & JS Explore Intimate Subject Matter Through Detailed Stencil Works
SCORE: 5.9
V. Hot 7,980 Clicks Pub: Sep 20, 14
Romantic Street Art
Jana & JS Explore Intimate Subject Matter Through Detailed Stencil Works
Graffiti doesn’t have to be overtly urban, political or anything in between, as this series of romantic street art shows. Taking on a more intimate look at life, it captures people on their... [More]
Fatality Awareness Street Art - Right of Way Memorializes NYC Pedestrian Deaths with Street Stencils
SCORE: 6.5
Hot 3,451 Clicks Pub: Aug 29, 14
Fatality Awareness Street Art
Right of Way Memorializes NYC Pedestrian Deaths with Street Stencils
A New York advocacy group is reviving their old mission after two decades to raise awareness about pedestrian deaths in New York. 20 years ago Right of Way drew chalk body outlines where pedestrians... [More]
Romantic Street Art - The Brooklyn Street Art Blog Celebrates Valentine's Day with Love Images
SCORE: 2.7
Mild 3,641 Clicks Pub: Feb 15, 13
Romantic Street Art
The Brooklyn Street Art Blog Celebrates Valentine's Day with Love Images
The Brooklyn Street Art blog, known for capturing the best street and graffiti artists around Brooklyn, has celebrated Valentine’s Day by collecting a series of love inspired images. One of... [More]
Cinematic Graffiti Proposals - Henry Barnes Proposed to His Girlfriend With Beauty and the Beast Art
SCORE: 1.4
Untested 1,166 Clicks Pub: Jun 8, 14
Cinematic Graffiti Proposals
Henry Barnes Proposed to His Girlfriend With Beauty and the Beast Art
Presumably a Disney-lover, Henry Barnes’ girlfriend could not say no to a Beauty and the Beast-infused proposal—especially when it involved a 50-foot-long mural. Henry Barnes, a graffiti... [More]