This indoor graffiti lets you take urban cityscapes home with you. Interior designers are increasingly getting inspired by urban street art, recreating that edgy vibe indoors.
With indoor graffiti, walls take on a splash of green, blue, gold and pink. If you're not ready for a full wall commitment, experiment with smaller household items--think lampshades, a toothbrush holder or even a pillow. Indoor graffiti gives a pop of color to any room.
Implications - In the last few years, graffiti and street art have moved from shunned subculture to celebrated genre of the art world. Thanks to artists like Banksy, graffiti and street art are moving from the underground and into the mainstream. A company can establish it's 'cool credibility' by commissioning a piece from a famous artist or creating a co-branded product. Both show a commitment to the arts and a willingness to think outside of the box. Both will attract attention from interesting consumers.
Street Art Heads Indoors for an Edgy Design Touch
1. Urban Street Art - Opportunity for businesses to incorporate urban street art in their interior designs for a unique and edgy vibe.
2. Graffiti-inspired Home Decor - Emerging trend of using smaller household items like lampshades or pillows as canvas for graffiti-inspired designs.
3. Mainstream Acceptance of Graffiti - Increasing recognition of graffiti and street art as a celebrated genre, allowing businesses to tap into its popularity for branding or co-branded products.
1. Interior Design - Opportunity for interior designers to incorporate urban street art into their designs for clients seeking a unique and edgy aesthetic.
2. Art Galleries - Art galleries can showcase graffiti and street art pieces as part of their exhibits, attracting a wider range of visitors who appreciate this genre.
3. Home Decor Retail - Home decor retailers can offer graffiti-inspired products such as lampshades, pillows, or toothbrush holders, catering to customers looking for a bold and colorful style.