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About the Street Art Report

Get an expansive and in-depth look at the colorful world of graffiti in our Street Art Trend Report. Urban art has skyrocketed in popularity thanks to prominent artists like Banksy and the Space Invader, as well as films like Exit Through the Gift Shop, which details the back-story of art from the streets. By using our report, users will gain valuable insight into how digital street art, green graffiti and other techniques are being used to capture consumer attention.

Who It's For

This valuable collection of street art trends is ideal for a variety of companies, from major advertising agencies trying to decipher emerging patterns in youth culture, to smaller design firms.

Our crowd-sourced research will give companies the tools to inspire innovation based on one of the most creative fields in the public sphere.

The Street Art Trend Report, last published on Jun 12, 2015, includes 32 PRO Trends and 160 examples of street art market research and street art consumer trends related to: graffiti, urban art, design, painting, artists and street art trends.

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Our street art research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced street art articles and 2,452,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 32 Street Art PRO Trends = 32 Powerpoint Pages Street Art PPT Report
• 160 Street Art Examples

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• 22 Street Art Videos (Online) Street Art Videos
• 960 Street Art Images (Online) Street Art 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 Street Art Pro Trends

Each Street Art PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online street art articles, videos and images. Examples:

Urbane Child Kids fashion brands develop products featuring a metropolitan aesthetic Implications - Fashion labels with clothing and accessories for children are taking on an evident urban aesthetic. The spread of these youthful motifs touches on the rise of metropolitan lifestyles among city-dwelling families who prefer the look and feel of downtown-inspired goods and services on all fronts, as a way to communicate sophistication and status.
Urbane Child
Kids fashion brands develop products featuring a metropolitan aesthetic
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Sophisticated Collaboration Everyday brands pair with couture in an attempt to boost branding Implications - The digital consumer will take any opportunity to communicate their prestige, calling for more sophistication and novelty from all products. Everyday brands are pairing with higher-end brands as a result. The attempt to turn even food products into prestigious items speaks to the blurred lines of "status," despite the demand for seemingly luxurious products.
Sophisticated Collaboration
Everyday brands pair with couture in an attempt to boost branding
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Cultured Play Toys go from kitschy to sophisticated to create cultured kids Implications - Being born in the digital age grants today's adults the ability to think deeply about personal branding; a gift passed onto their children. This ushers in an age where a child's identity is as important to Millennial parents as their health, prompting the release of culture-centric toys for early play.
Cultured Play
Toys go from kitschy to sophisticated to create cultured kids
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Street Art Sentimentality Seeking public reaction, artists target consumer emotions for impact Implications - Moving beyond shock value and anti-establishment sentiment, street artists are using romantic imagery to draw emotion from viewers. Referencing themes like love, artists are using public spaces to send a more heartfelt message to viewers.
Street Art Sentimentality
Seeking public reaction, artists target consumer emotions for impact
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Elderly Entertainment Seeking to maintain excitement, aging consumers turn to youthful activities Implications - While old age often comes with connotations of being a stage of life that lacks excitement, a shift toward more positive views of retirement has consumers seeking out new ways to maintain a thriving social life. Activities like online dating and gaming events combine entertainment with a desire to maintain aspects of one's youth, even in old age.
Elderly Entertainment
Seeking to maintain excitement, aging consumers turn to youthful activities
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Couture Hacking The ubiquitous nature of designer goods becomes a marketing tool for artists Implications - As the luxury becomes ubiquitous, artists and imitators are reinterpreting trademarks as a way to feed off of pre-established infamy and appeal to consumers unable to afford such products. Legal issues surrounding trademark and intellectual property have become skewed in the Internet age and the web has also given rise to a culture of remix. Brands who embrace crowd-created expressions of their logos and iconography, will appeal and connect to digital natives more that than brands who choose to staunchly protect the proliferation of their labels.
Couture Hacking
The ubiquitous nature of designer goods becomes a marketing tool for artists
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Affordable Couture Seeking to broaden appeal, designers turn to collaborations to entice consumers Implications - With high-end fashion often marketed to a very niche and restricted market audience, efforts to expand consumer interest has prompted couture labels to move toward more accessible marketing tactics. In an effort to broaden overall market appeal, haute fashion labels are turning to collaborative projects to create more affordable designs that people of all classes can enjoy. The merging of high and low-end designs allow brands to expand beyond traditional buyers, combining sophisticated aesthetics with the need for more affordable everyday goods.
Affordable Couture
Seeking to broaden appeal, designers turn to collaborations to entice consumers
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Lyric Obsession A fascination with popular bands and songs results in meme-like products Implications - Playing off of consumers' desires to communicate a niche interest or passion to the world, products that integrate popular lyrics are gaining a strong following. Being integrated into a huge variety of products, from home decor to clothing, the desire to express one's musical interests takes on many forms.
Lyric Obsession
A fascination with popular bands and songs results in meme-like products
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 26 more Street Art PRO Trends and 160 examples!



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