When it comes to art is does not require any specific medium to be showcased and portrayed and when it comes to common men were relying on or buying expensive canvases and other display sheets for painting and drawing is impossible. A perfect example of this is seen in the form of street art artists and 3D street art itself. Street art history originates from 1970’s when people were desperate for expressing their talents in a subtly attractive and cheap way. 3D street art or let’s say street art is a special form of visual arts which is done in open public spaces like parks, streets etc. by common people or professional street art artists. Here it is to be notified that these street art artists are not paid necessarily and such 3d street art ventures are usually not sponsored by governments. In fact usually such street art artists and pieces of 3D street art work on their own.
On digging out street art history we find that this form of 3D street art started off in 1970’s with small caricatures, images and scriptures which were done by common men while some were done by professional street art artists on streets, walls, parks and other open public spaces that had no particular restrictions of not giving permission of such activities unlike private property. Since 3D street art was and is done on open public spaces it gained more popularity. Mass amount of public came to view it or at least noticed this and sometimes the street art artists as well which increased its trend.
The earliest traces of street art history or earliest forms of 3D street art were seen on caves, monuments and walls of ruins which were rediscovered. Dates of such instances of early 3D street art have been recorded as being as old as about 30000BC which tells us that it’s not our modern day trainings and professional education on 3D street art which has produced street art artists. In fact it is the vibe, talent and spark present inside people who make them special street art artists or any other artists. Inscriptions on stones and caves are also seen as examples of earliest form of 3D street art.
Taking forward the street art history this art has been carried forth by street art artists in the form of 3D street art which is commonly known as Graffiti. When it comes to this modern version of 3D street art we see few common elements in all the examples we come across in our daily lives. Street art artists which do this modern 3D street art we come across pieces on themes and issues like abolition of private property, education, culture jamming, adjusting, subverting things.
This aspect of 3D street art shows that how good and effective plat form it is for common people and especially street art artists to express their opinions and take on any particular issues like causes like abolition of private property etc. Furthermore street art artists and any advertisers do not need to invest heftily in it while the purpose of propagating and promoting any products and services can be easily and effectively achieved with a perfect stance. Many street art artists report that they use 3D street art for expressing themselves and voicing community concerns without any need or pressures of including bias elements in it and this is supported by examples from street art history in the form of poetry written in stone tablets. Furthermore 3D street art is popular and an effective way for street art artists to give away information or impart information about any issue to the public instances of which are also seen from the street art history in form of information scribed on caves’ walls and that on excavated ruins.