Graffiti Automatic translate
Graffiti is, in fact, drawings, images or inscriptions that are scratched, written or painted with ink or paint on a wall, fence or any surface suitable for this. Absolutely any style and type of street art in which the walls are painted can be attributed to this direction.
In such drawings you can find almost everything: from the simplest words to perfectly perfect and exquisite drawings. It is worth remembering that historical science interprets this symbol for a long time, but in narrower definitions. When it comes to ancient and antique epigraphic monuments, two concepts are distinguished: “dipinti” and “graffiti”. Dipinti are inscriptions in paint, and graffiti are scratched inscriptions. The term comes from the Italian verb "scratch" - "graffiare". Today, so-called spray art, in other words, drawing graffiti using ordinary spray paint, has become widespread. Apparently, from the same root the word " airbrushing "- drawing a drawing on a car body.
Graffiti and graffiti are derived from the Italian word "graffiato". The name of the direction of art in the history of art is often used to refer to drawings scratched on the surface. A similar and related concept is the word graffito. It means removing the pigment layer by scratching the surface so that the second layer below it appears. This technology was previously used by potters, who, after they finished work, cut out their personal signature on the product.
In the old days, graffiti was applied to the wall with the help of some sharp object, often coal and chalk served as this object. Wall inscriptions have existed since ancient times, they were discovered in the Ancient East, in Rome, in Greece. The concept of this expression can refer to any graphic that has been applied to the surface and regarded by society as an act of vandalism.
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