Two students from the minor Trends in the Media dive deeper into the meaning of street art. We express our clear opinion and show you brand new developments.
Pride may be taken literally, we define Urban Pride as “Stadse trots”
“Urbanization remains one of the absolute mega trends for the coming decade. Today, half the world’s population lives in urban areas. Close to 180,000 people move into cities daily, adding roughly 60 million new urban dwellers each year.” (Source: Intuit, October 2010)
How will this change the consumer arena? Trendwatching.com: Firstly, the urban consumer tend to be more daring, more liberal, more tolerant, more experienced, more prone to trying out new products and services. In emerging markets, these effects tend to be even more pronounced, with new arrivals finding themselves distanced from traditional social and familial structures, while constantly exposed to a wider range of alternatives.
How do people react to street art? How do people see street art? What is street art excellently? Why do artist make street art? There are so many questions that we have about this topic.
This blog tells you everything about the developments of urban pride in big cities: Urban Pride may be taken literally, we define Urban Pride as “Stadse trots”. With our focus on street art we dive deeper in the underground scene of Amsterdam and other cities and the relation between artists and the commercial and political world.