Jazmin is our language assistant. She is from Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, USA.
I invited her to tell us something about art in her country and she chose Californian Street Art. You really had fun with her presentation! Thanks, Jazmin.
By the way:
Look these "graffities" by Nomerz and how they take advantage of the support they are on.
DO NOT FORGET:
- A "PINTADA" IS NOT A GRAFFITI. Pintada in English is "thrown up". Do you know what "thrown up" means in Spanish? Vo m i t a d o. Ahhhh!
- You have to be respectful of others' property. As Jazmin has shown us, if you are fond of Graffiti, you can find many ways to practice in a legal way.
Some days ago, Jazmin told me about this sculpter:
Robert Carston Arneson (September 4- Benicia-California, 1930 – November 2, 1992) was an American sculptor and professor of ceramics in the Art department at UC Davis for four decades.
A new way of street art: Sticker Art