Once thought of as a low-brow, delinquent form of art, street art is making a mainstream comeback in the form of graffiti furniture.
The pieces in the above gallery are baroque-esque in their aesthetic, yet bare the markings of signature street style. Luis Alicandu is responsible for this captivating graffiti furniture set—playing with both modern design and illegal street art to create a fascinating way to decorate your home.
Implications - Not long ago, graffiti and street art were shunned by those in the art world as vandals without talent. In recent years, graffiti and street art have become one of the most celebrated burgeoning movements in the art world. Any company seeking to capitalize on this newfound love for graffiti would be wise to feature products that feature street art designs, or commission a celebrated street artist to create avant-garde marketing for the company.