I’m sure that if the graffiti artists using city walls as canvases created masterpieces like the ‘Crystals and Lasers’ collection, there would never have been a movement against street art. Unfortunately, that is not the case, but it’s encouraging to see artists like Matt W Moore making a good name for graffiti around the world.
Exhibiting his latest show, ‘Crystals and Lasers,’ at the Since.Upian Gallery in Paris, if you’re in the area, I suggest you pop in. If not, at least you have the gallery above.
'Crystals and Lasers' by Matt W Moore is Prismatic Fantastic
1. Geometric Graffiti - The trend towards geometric graffiti presents an opportunity for artists to create visually stunning and technically advanced street art.
2. Prismatic Art - The growing trend towards prismatic art and holographic designs presents an opportunity for artists to experiment with new techniques and materials.
3. Urban Art Galleries - The trend towards urban art galleries provides a platform for street artists and graffiti artists to showcase their work and gain mainstream recognition.
1. Art Galleries - Art galleries can capitalize on the trend towards geometric and prismatic street art by featuring exhibitions and installations from up-and-coming artists in this genre.
2. Streetwear Fashion - The trend towards geometric graffiti and prismatic art can be leveraged by streetwear fashion brands looking to incorporate these designs into their clothing lines and offer unique, cutting-edge styles to their customers.
3. Advertising and Marketing - Advertising and marketing campaigns can tap into the trend towards graffiti and street art by using these styles and techniques in their campaigns to appeal to a younger, more urban demographic.