Imagine the visual arts. I am sure that everyone in your head at once flashed a beautiful canvas painted in watercolor or oil. Someone came up with the paintings of Monet, another - Aivazovsky.
But, very few people have thought about the mural.
Who and what puts the house in street clothes?
Moore’s art - it is a modern street art art. Declared itself in late XIX-early XX century mural rapidly began to decorate the high-rise buildings around the world, and our country is no exception. The canvas outer walls stand for this type of art buildings and technical facilities, which are reserved for the artists create their works - it sprays from different nozzles, acrylic paint dries quickly, and hand to perform small picture details.
In contrast to his «brother» on street art - graffiti - mural is the official and legal form of art, because the local authorities give permission to artists to perform works on the walls of the city buildings. To obtain this permission needs to submit a letter of appeal to the city council, as well as drawing and sketch of your portfolio - and the artist has documented the existence of secured future «canvas.»
It is also important to have a patron of the arts, which will provide funds for the creative process.
The expression «Meet on clothes» can be applied to the walls of buildings: the master’s hand is not touched them and created a «dress» the house and will remain invisible, and the streets do not acquire the artistic charm.
What paint street artists?
Conversation palette Muralov diverse. It reflects the original style of the author, his feelings and emotions, hidden between drawing elements.
Some artists use in their work animalism, that is the theme of wildlife. Fitting with a brush and paint the animals in the streets of the rhythm, the artist tries to show the public how closely people coexist with nature. With Muralov can even promote the sport.
However, the mural can perform not only an aesthetic function, but also have an allegorical meaning, represent the important topical issues, on which the author wishes to draw the attention of society. This may be a problem of global warming, political events, and so on. D. Reproducing the political and social issues in their images, muralisty remind the public that the problem needs to be solved. This «cry from the heart», for which the artist’s hand is applied workshop and well-chosen place - great wall of buildings in full view of the population, so that it does not forget about social issues.