What makes it good?
//Provides the process of creating street art
The process involved in creating a piece of visual street art requires specific tools to do so; without them nothing could be created.
Who would find it good?
//Creatives who want to try a different medium to work in
Artists are constantly wanting to venture into the unknown and explore new mediums; with the knowledge of how others do it via their tools, they can then apply this to their own work.
Who wouldn't find it good?
//Creatives who do not know of or how to use the tools of a street artist
A creative who doesn’t necessarily know of or use the tools of a street artist may be unsure on how they could be used to benefit they’re work.
What is it better than and why?
//In studio work
Street art is produced and left in the public eye ...gets appreciation and recognition (where wanted) whereas work which doesn’t ‘get out there’ into the real work and sits in a drawer in a studio will receive no recognition or feedback from real life people.
If your good was a profession what would it be?
The street art produced by the tools may be used for advertising purposes (guerilla advertising).
If your good was a celebrity who would it be?
A highly skilled DJ who combines best bits into one solid mix using his own unique style, in the same street artists combine different tools and mediums.
If your good was a place where would it be?
A place with a buzzing street art scene.