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American Graffiti Essay Examples

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Understanding What Constitutes a Graffiti
Douglas Barmore What constitutes as graffiti? Grafiti is defined as any type of writing on a surface of any type. If that is the case, then would a cave mans drawings be considered graffiti? If it is considered graffiti, then what is different about then and now that would change the worlds views about graffiti. Why is gra...
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The Description of the Graffiti and Its Use in Passing on Messages
GRAFFITI: A VISUAL DIALOUGE Graffiti: term applied to the arrangement of institutionally illicit marks in which there has been an attempt by an individual or group of individuals (usually not professional artists) to display upon a wall or surface that is usually visually accessible to the public. Even if one has never see...
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Evolution of the Graffiti Art and the History of Its Origins
Graffiti was used primarily by political activists to make statements and street gangs to mark territory. It wasn't till the late 1960s that writing's current identity started to form. The history of the underground art movement known by many names, most commonly termed graffiti begins in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during...
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Graffiti as a Form of Art
“A wall has always been the best place to publish your work.” -Banksy Walls and Piece There is no denying graffiti has become a highly influential art movement in the late 20th century. It is both rebellious in nature and illegal in practice however this does not necessarily disqualify it as a form of art. In this paper...
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A Debate on whether Graffiti Is a Form of Art or an Act of Vandalism
When discussing the topic of graffiti, the main question most people have is whether graffiti is art or vandalism. Before we can answer this, there are many more questions that must be answered. What is art? What is graffiti? What is vandalism? Is there a point at which graffiti becomes vandalism, and if so, who decides whe...
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A Discussion on Graffiti and Its Forms
In the late 1960's, graffiti became more than just a political statement or gang mark, it became a hobby and an art to some. But this past time required breaking the law and vandalizing others property. It was widely seen by society as a nuisance and problem. However, to the youth behind this movement, it was the only way o...
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The Art of Graffiti
Art comes in many different forms. Art has lots of different forms. However, its evaluation has become especially problematic since the twentieth century when controversial art forms such as graffiti became popular. Although graffiti is often regarded as a new form of art worthy of display in galleries, its value is still h...
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The Different Purposes that Graffiti Serve in the Society
The value of any message or work of art, whether it is hanging on the wall of a gallery or a subway, lies on the intensity of the artist’s or vandal’s beliefs. Graffiti is an uncertain issue in respect to its virtue. While the voice of the individual must never be lost in a society of shouts growing larger and louder every...
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The Life of George Lucas and His First 1973 Film 'American Graffiti'
George Lucas Unless you have lived in a cave all your life, you have probably heard the name George Lucas. Lucas, the man behind the Force, totally renovated special effects in movies. He is known for such movies as Indiana Jones, American Graffiti, and his most famous achievement is the Stars Was Saga. George Lucas J...
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An Analysis of the Film "American Graffiti"
American Graffiti Can you recall the very last night that you spent with your high school buddies before packing your bags up and leaving for college? The film American Graffiti can help you revisit this night by recreating both the terrible and great times you once experienced. The film is based around a closely kn...
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