Conclusion on street art and graffiti designed for the global track

The intended audience for the pieces in this chapter is not the public on the street but rather the public on the internet, the Bored At Work Network. Who cares if anyone ever sees any of those pieces in person? And yet, these pieces were done by street artists and graffiti writers and include elements that are generally consistent with street art and graffiti.

What unites these 21st century artists is not just the knowledge that the internet is now where most street and and graffiti is seen, but the willingness to run with that knowledge and let it inform their art practices. These artists do work on the street and document it, which is nothing new, but they have also begun to use the internet like they have traditionally used the street.

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