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About the Graffiti Report - Trend Hunter's Graffiti Trend Report takes us through the world of street art. Not only an art form found in alley ways, graffiti is modernizing the use of spray paint with innovations in graffiti font, clothing and culture. We’ve seen a rise in graffiti artists like Banksy who appeal to consumer emotion, and more corporations using street artists and graffiti art as part of their marketing efforts. Large, personalized murals and graffiti-inspired décor have also made their way into homes.

Who It's For - Whether you work in the art & design industry, or need insight for your next big marketing, fashion or design project, you will benefit from our research. Don't underestimate graffiti art. Use our Graffiti Trend Report to understand the changes in this creative culture to uncover new opportunities within your industry.

You might also consider our CUSTOM Graffiti research - For as little as $500 per custom deep dive, our team will curate custom Graffiti reports for your project, customer segments and brand. Each custom report is roughly 70 pages with 300 examples, including more specific lists and examples than our off-the-shelf Graffiti trend report. [Learn More]

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The Graffiti Report
Last published on Apr 29, 2014, the Graffiti Report includes 18 PRO Trends (18 Pages) and 130 examples of graffiti market research and graffiti consumer trends related to: art, street art, murals, art galleries, spray paint, graffiti font, graffiti artists, street artists, and graffiti trends. The report includes all of our Graffiti research collected over the last few years.

What You'll Get:
• 18 Page / Slide Presentation Graffiti PPT Report

Contents:
• 18 Graffiti PRO Trends
• 130 Graffiti Examples
• 18 Graffiti Videos (Online) Graffiti Videos
• 780 Graffiti Images (Online) Graffiti Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Art Deco, Art, Bed, Museum, Contemporary Art, Storage, Fantasy, Lighting, Mirror, Tattoos, Paint, Street Art, Photo Editing, Business Card, Sculpture, Sofa, Paper, Chair, Restaurant, Flowers, Bath, Dining, Digital Art, Lamp, Graffiti, Bookshelf, Lawn Furniture, Jack-O-Lantern, Candle, Sink and more!


Sample Graffiti Pro Trends - Each Graffiti PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online graffiti articles, videos and images. Examples:

Digital Graffiti Revolutionizing street art through digital mediums Implications - You can do much more with digital art software than you can do with a can of spray paint. While most infamous street artists are happy to stick to their traditional mediums, other artists, as well as many consumers, are taking to virtual and digital tools to create graffiti art. Whether it is light graffiti or simulated street art via a projector, digital graffiti is changing the traditional definition of street art, and encouraging the participation of those who may have otherwise struggled with a real spray can.
Digital Graffiti
Revolutionizing street art through digital mediums
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Street Artvertising Urban guerilla art prevails as a means for marketing and awareness Implications - As a channel of communication that tends to draw instant attention and viewer engagement, guerrilla street art is affecting various forms of marketing. Unique urban art is becoming an avenue for all areas of promotion, including artist self-marketing, social awareness campaigns and corporate brand building.
Street Artvertising
Urban guerilla art prevails as a means for marketing and awareness
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Mega Murals Large-scale artwork goes beyond community viewership Implications - Traditional outdoor graffiti murals intended for the general public are making their way into home decor and design concepts, a reaction to the consumer demand for larger-than-life—literally—pieces of bewitching art. For both the community and interior design, mega murals make the most of the materials that are readily available by having paint applied directly onto flat surfaces.
Mega Murals
Large-scale artwork goes beyond community viewership
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Branded Graffiti Street artists join forces with brands for an ironic twist on fashion Implications - Graffiti used to be a form of self-expression and commentary; now, it may be a commercial force to be reckoned with. Recognizing the cultural phenomenon of graffiti, major brands—especially footwear brands—are collaborating with popular and infamous street artists on designs, providing customers with items that speak to rebellion, individualism and expression. The purpose of graffiti may never have been to sell products, but that is exactly what it’s doing.
Branded Graffiti
Street artists join forces with brands for an ironic twist on fashion
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Organized Graffiti Products that bear surfaces intended for doodling encourage creativity Implications - Defacing public property is a taboo act that most of the population would never dream of doing. Consumers now, however, can indulge in products that were made intentionally for destruction through doodling. Some of the most practical, humdrum products now bear surfaces to draw on, which permits any rule-abiding consumer to delight in a little bad behavior.
Organized Graffiti
Products that bear surfaces intended for doodling encourage creativity
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Street Artvertising Using graffiti-inspired campaigns to capture attention Implications - Last year, Trend Hunter noted how shoe brands are teaming up with famous street artists to create eye-catching and unique graffiti-like designs for their products. Now, brands are going one step further and taking street art into their own hands, creating large public displays that take on stunning visual effects or look as if they could have been executed by Banksy. This method of artvertising allows a brand to align itself with street culture, appealing to consumers who love public art statements and tend to ignore more traditional branding and marketing displays.
Street Artvertising
Using graffiti-inspired campaigns to capture attention
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 12 more Graffiti PRO Trends and 130 examples!



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