Aerosol art is a fast growing form of recognised artwork throughout the world. When produced properly and in the right place it can be a very visually satisfying treat to look upon and can be appreciated and admired not just by the youth of today but by all ages.
A good workshop should last up to 5 hours; this gives sufficient time for participants to be thoroughly introduced to the many different aspects of the culture.
The elements we explore are drawing and developing a design, looking at classic styles and techniques, transferring the design in large scale to a wall, fill in patterns, background effects and characters. Participants are encouraged to investigate their own personal style but group work is encouraged when it comes to transferring the final design to the wall. All techniques and materials are fully explained with step by step instructions by professional aerosol artists.
Standard Length of Performance: A workshop usually takes 5 hours a day.
¶ Artwork recognised worldwide
¶ Visually satisfying
¶ Can be appreciate by all ages
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Here’s what Richard – Graffiti Artist’s clients said:
“Rik was great onsite today – please pass on my huge thanks for his professionalism and creative work! It worked a treat! He not only came up with a simple but effective JCCV inspired tag but also really got into the spirit of the day by sporting hard hats and hi vis jackets! A great find and we’d definitely use him again. Also, Rik got a personal mention at the end of the ceremony so he should be pleased!”
“Richard completed a number of youth workshops for us and we were extremely happy with the services provided.”
”What an amazing job you have done today with the group of year 3’s. Their class teacher couldn’t believe how engaged and enthused they were. The feedback from staff has been brilliant and even my husband who was a non believer in graffiti loved it when I showed him after school.”
Richard – Graffiti Artist’s Previous Clients:
Wiltshire County Council
Bristol City Council
Bristol Clean and Green
Stroud District Council
Wotton Youth Center
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