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help a brother out!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_sofarok, Jan 19, 2002.

  1. I'm currently doing a dissertation for my degree on graffiti and the way that it has been influenced/appropriated by mainstream culture (design, advertising, art).

    I would be grateful if you take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire, forgive me if some of the question are rather trite and you have heard them before.

    Age: 16-21 / 21-30 / 30--40 / over 40.

    rough geographic location:

    Occupation:

    What level of education have you received:

    Are you/ have you been a graffiti writer:

    has graffiti influenced any creative work you have undertaken, if so how:

    is there a difference between a Œcreative¹ with a graffiti background using graffiti in commercial work and a non writer doing the same, if so explain:

    what are your views on graffiti¹s aesthetics and techniques being used in main stream media, art, fashion etc:

    how do you feel about Œpseudo graffiti¹ finding its way into the media etc:

    How would you differentiate between Œgood¹ graffiti and Œbad¹ graffiti:

    can you cite any examples of bad or good appropriation of graffiti:

    what does graffiti mean to you:

    Anything you like to add:


    Thank you for time.
     
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