Implications - Street artists use graffiti to communicate their views on societal issues in a subversive and often taboo way. The global recession caused consumers to look at corporations and large institutions with a jaded eye; street artists' works gave this widespread angst a voice. Mainstream marketers and ad agencies are picking up on this phenomenon by integrating street art and graffiti cues into incisive outdoor campaigns.
Top 50 Graffiti Trends and Counter Culture Art in Q1 2009
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3D Illusory Graffiti
Portraits of Crack Addicts
Psychedelic Home Exteriors
Girlie Pop Culture Inking
‘The Simpsons' Street Art
Top 50 Graffiti Trends And Counter Culture Art In Q1 2009
By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: Apr 3, 2009 Updated: Apr 19 2011
This graffiti countdown features the top graffiti and counter culture art trends in Q1 2009. The report is a crowd-filtered ranking based on TrendHunter.com monthly traffic (several million monthly views) and our graffiti trend database, which now has more than 2508 graffiti trends.