Inspired by graffiti art, which got created in New-York in 1970, it evolved to using spray paint to “tag” buildings to the use of other material and more stylised image-focused murals. There are no rules in street art and it got first intended as a rebellious, law-breaking form of art. Because of this graffiti was not easily accepted among the art industry and rarely exposed, but its aesthetic is now more and more incorporated into some artists’ work and acknowledged by prestigious museums and galleries. Famous graffiti artists such as Banksy now have their work exposed in commercial places. You can now bring a piece of wild urbanness in your home thanks to new outcoming artists and Artboost!