Guerrilla Art, a form of street art evolved from the graffiti art culture in the United States. A form of Public Art, it is not “moveable” but more “environmental” in that the surface used to create the art work is an integral part of the artwork. Street artists encompass many media and techniques such as wheatpasting, stickers, stencil graffiti and mosaic tiling. The most important development in the movement and the reason for its 'guerrilla' tag is the adoption of guerrilla marketing techniques over traditional artistic methods. Many guerrilla artists hijack major branding for their own publicity and identity, often at odds with the brand itself. Guerrilla Art Street Art Public Art Visual Arts Arts.
- Wikipedia: Guerrilla art is a street art movement that first emerged in the UK, but has since spread across the world and is now established in most countries that already had developed graffiti scenes. It owes much to the early graffiti movement so much that in the United States guerrilla art is still commonly referred to as ?post-graffiti art'.
- Culture jamming - Culture jamming is a tactic used by many anti-consumerist social movements to disrupt or subvert media culture and its mainstream cultural institutions, including corporate advertising. It attempts to "expose the methods of domination" of a mass society to foster progressive change.
- Street installation - Street installations are a form of street art. While conventional street art is done on walls and surfaces street installations use three-dimensional objects set in an urban environment.
- Subvertising - Subvertising is the practice of making spoofs or parodies of corporate and political advertisements. Subvertisements may take the form of a new image or an alteration to an existing image or icon, often in a satirical manner.
- Statue of Edward Snowden - The statue of Edward Snowden, called Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument 2.0 by its creators, was an ephemeral, illegally installed public statue of Edward Snowden, an American whistleblower who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency and was charged with federal crimes as a...
- Culture jamming
- Graffiti and unauthorised signage
- Art genres
- Group d-i-n-a www
Group of five artists, d-i-n-a, activists and researchers who organize public events about mixing of art, communication and social issues. Information on conferences and links to study subjects. d-i-n-a.
- Mr. Ankrom, Richard www
Mr. Richard. Ankrom discusses what drives him to create his performance art. Ankrom, Richard.
- Aims Konrad, Michael www
Aims to facilitate communication on an interactive and informative level through subversive intervention into public space. Konrad, Michael.
- A The Praxis Group www
A clandestine group of underground performers staging site-specific, Praxis Group, unsanctioned, and unsolicited projects within privately owned public spaces. The Praxis Group.
- Exploring Innocence www
Exploring branding and consumerism with billboards, Innocence, a supermodel, and product launches by Peter Burke, Julie Hunt, Robin Hely, Sue Moss, Cath Barcan, and Amanda Morgan. Innocence.
- Aims Urbanize.org www
Aims to reclaiming cities from corporate rule through subversive art. Urbanize.org.
- Online Art Crimes www
Online journal examining attacks on art and the influence of iconoclasm. Art Crimes.
- Flash Yahoo! Groups: Flashmobs www
Flash mob discussion group. Yahoo! Groups: Flashmobs.
- Analysis Peculiarities of Cyberspace: Flash Mobs www
Analysis of the conditions, Cyberspace: Flash Mobs, forms and consequences of flash mobs and the future of smart mobs by Dr. Albert Benschop of the University of Amsterdam. Peculiarities of Cyberspace: Flash Mobs.
- GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand Guerrilla Girls Broadband www
GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand formed in 1999 to tackle the primordial discrimination of our technologized world. Girls Broadband. GGBB.org, pioneers interactive activism through online feminist quizzes, streaming video, and other projects which take advantage of digital media. Guerrilla Girls Broadband.
- A Guerrilla Girls www
A group of female artists, Girls, writers, performers, and other arts professionals who fight discrimination through humor, activism, and the arts. Guerrilla Girls.
- Political Robbie Conal's Art Attack www
Political posters, Conal's Art Attack, guerilla postering guide and QuickTime movies. Robbie Conal's Art Attack.
- Features Beautiful Angle www
Features letter-pressed and wheat-pasted posters with the work Tacoma area writers and designers. Beautiful Angle.
- American Mat Benote www
American artist with theory that instead of forcing communities to pay exuberant prices for a piece of art, Benote, artists should "gift it" to them. Mat Benote.
- Street Byeeee www
Street art sculptures, Byeeee, graffiti, and other artworks by Byeeee.
- Alexa: Guerrilla Art Street Art
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Guerrilla Art Street Art
- DMOZ: Guerrilla Art Street Art
dmoz.org Directory: Guerrilla Art Street Art