I found it interesting that when I asked top travel bloggers to share photos of their favorite Canadian and American street art, nearly all sent photos of people. Is this a trend in North America, or simply a coincidence?
I am a huge fan of street art, generally preferring the colourful and fun over the political, but really I like it all. Street art tells a story in images, something we can all understand, or at least ponder over for a while.
Canadian and American street art are the second in my series of Street Art Around the World. If you want to contribute to future editions, please contact me.
Canadian Street Art
American Street Art
Canadian and American street art is the second in a collaborative series of street art articles. The first being European Street Art. If you have images you would like included in the next of the series, I am still accepting art for Brazil, Asia, Argentina, and Australia (however Melbourne and Sydney are closed). Please email me or use the contact sheet.
Often larger than life, creating street art takes a certain set of skills. If you’re thinking about becoming a street artist, this “cookbook” might be useful: Street Art Cookbook: Street Art Cookbook: A Guide to Techniques and Materials.
Do you see a style difference between the Canadian and American street art? Do you have a favorite?
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