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Expressing Through Street Art

This street in Lewisham is colourful and artistic.

This street in Lewisham is colourful and artistic.

The culture of street art is a fast-growing emblem of free-spirited lifestyle. An artistic subculture, which aghast the yesteryears when conservative view is more of the norm. However, the ever-changing values, which are closely related to the present generation’s belief where freedom of expression begets a more liberated philosophical ethos, has construed another form of “artistic freedom”.

It may be an interpretation of the inner creativity together with whimsical elucidation of political and social beliefs; but street art captures a more intimate reflection of what our society is of today.

Here are some of the street art that expresses what our generation thinks of our present society. A society, which we think is fused with creativity and freedom. Two most cherished idea that depicts a plethora of democracy.

A professional street artist makes his masterpiece in Glebe.

A professional street artist makes his masterpiece in Glebe.

Street art is a culture in Melbourne. This is taken from Chinatown.

Street art is a culture in Melbourne. This is taken from Chinatown.

A street art in the suburb of Summer Hill.

A street art in the suburb of Summer Hill.

Street art in a building in Katoomba depicting the famed Three Sisters.

Street art in a building in Katoomba depicting the famed Three Sisters.

*Most of these were captured when we wandered on different suburbs and towns.

 

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4 thoughts on “Expressing Through Street Art

  1. Absolutely gorgeous! Malaga in Spain now has a reputation for some wonderful street art (I’m delighted to say!) 🙂

    Posted by Marianne | June 26, 2014, 1:38 AM
  2. Beautiful scenes.

    Posted by Valent Lau | August 21, 2014, 11:40 AM
  3. I see this is your most recent post. Hope all is well with you and yours.

    Posted by Russel Ray Photos | October 28, 2014, 11:38 AM

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