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  • Street art is not vandalism. However, it is often interchanged with territorial graffiti which is considered as vandalism. Vandalism can be defined as the destruction of what is beautiful.
  •  Jose Tence Ruiz’s mural
  • Street art

    1. 1. ☺It is a form of visual art developed in public spaces usually in the streets.
    2. 2. Forms of Street Art
    3. 3. Graffiti Artwork
    4. 4. Street Sculpture
    5. 5. Brief History
    6. 6.  Graffiti has existed since the dawn of time as the cavemen painted pictures of animals, battles and themselves on the walls of their homes in the caves of Africa and Europe. These writings were on topics of religion, politics, and romance. It is considered as the earliest form of journalism
    7. 7.  Graffiti is from the Italian word graffiato which means scratched. Modern day graffiti started in New York City as a part of the Hip Hop culture in the US in the late 1960s and early 70s.
    8. 8. Filipino Street Artist
    9. 9.  Amado Guerrero “AG” Saño is a Filipino commercial photographer, former landscape architect, and a street artist. An advocate of marine life preservation especially of dolphins.
    10. 10.  Established the Dolphins Love Freedom Network World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF- Philippines) recognized AG Saño as its 15th environmental hero.
    11. 11. Issues
    12. 12.  Is street art considered as vandalism?  Does street art encourage vandalism? What are the objectives of street artists?
    13. 13. Street Art along EDSA

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