Sep 21, 2020
Unless you live in Singapore, graffiti is pretty much a common fact of life. On fences, on walls, and even sometimes, on cars and animals. It's a form of art, although not that many of us will appreciate it. It is also a form of communication – an expression of both good and bad.
For most of us though, it is just ugly. It puts blemishes on public spaces, and has no sense of cohesion or relevance to our everyday lives.
That’s why I love initiatives that bring graffiti to a new level – one of appreciable street art. In Malaysia, we have Ernest Zacharevic, who decorates our streets with amazing portraiture representing simple, every day life scenes. Just this morning, I came across yet another example of a talented artist, helping to clean up our world – this time in terms of legibility.
French artist Mathieu Tremblin takes walls of existing ‘artwork’ and makes sense of them as text – translating if you will, the scrawls into legible words so that the everyday person can not only understand, but perhaps even appreciate.
Read more at: https://orchanpr.blogspot.com/2020/09/is-writing-still-on-wall-for-graffiti.html
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