graffiti vs mural by jason hurtado

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graffiti vs mural by jason hurtado

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL ECUADORFACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA LETRAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS JASON HURTADO
  2. 2. Graffitti vs muralThe wall is the book of the people… FSD
  3. 3. What is Graffiti? Its called graffiti (taken from the Italian plural word graffiti, graffire) or painted to various forms of inscriptionor painting, usually on street furniture. The Royal Academy of Spanishdesignated as "graphite" graffiti particular, and its corresponding plural is "graffiti". Also called graffiti to the inscriptions onwalls that have remained since the time of the Roman Empire.
  4. 4. Characteristics The result of painting signs on the walls, often political or social content, with or without the permission of the owner of the property, and the sign or set of signs of that naturethat have been painted in one place. Graffiti expression is also used to refer to the art movement of the same name.
  5. 5. CharacteristicsIts origin in the twentieth century.It was a movement started in 1960 in NewYork, or, accordingto literature sources referas getting from the underground, inPhiladelphia.Graffiti is one of the four basic elements of hip hopculture, which is called graffiti graphor a specific type.It has brillant colors and tags.
  6. 6. TaggingA tag or taggers ("tag") ispractically a signature or anacronym of a person or a groupofpeople, usually Crews.For tags with the name of the Crew are commonly usedabbreviations or simply acronyms. Althougha tag comprises much more than just a signature, is away of expressing a own style with a nickname or alias.
  7. 7. In many parts of world the street art is illegal, and inmany cases do not finish to realize graffition their entirety, that is when the tag enters utility, aquick and little rough style to express a moment of "spraypaint". This is how you identify a "graffiti"
  8. 8. What is a mural?A mural is an image used as a wall orwall support. Is produced withbackground, detailsand characters. Type or graphic pictorialcomposition performed on a wall, can be al fresco,tempera, acrylic,etc.. Painting or relief made ​inthe wall. The murals are pages thatillustrate thelife of the protagonists of the story.
  9. 9. The mural is a form of expression and communication thatachievesimpact entire communities becausethese directly to indirectly, relate toissues whose content isclear and deeply cultural. The murals areperpetuated situations, characters to symbols that identifywith the traditions and cultural traditions of peoplesto peculiarities of everyday life with which people identify.
  10. 10. CharacteristicsMural painting usually hasa decorative nature ofarchitecture, but alsoserves educational purposes.Unlike the billboard, themural should contain anarrative.Therefore, is said to be like afilm still.Monumentality, whichnot only is given by the size ofthe wall butcompositional imageissues
  11. 11. The human figure is not shownin the drawings but full-length cut and viewedfrom different points. The size ofthe main human figures of the composition isno less than the height of a normal (smallfiguresmonumental and lose no physicalrelationship to the observer). The compositionof the mural is linked to the viewers vision,which may be mobile or static depending onthe character of the site.
  12. 12. GRAFF
  13. 13. MURAL
  14. 14. Thanks

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