Will urban art be the next interior design trend?

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November 24, 2021 // Reading time: 25mn
Street artists vietnamiens avec Dominique MOUREY de DRIP'IN

Dominique, fondateur de DRIP’IN,  avec les artistes vietnamiens en lice pour le premier concours d’art urbain de Saigon.

Will urban art be the next trend in interior design? Urban art and graffiti were born on the street and made for the street. However, over the last decade we have seen more and more urban art and graffiti artists move from the streets to art galleries. Urban art embodies creativity, and so should your personal space. Let’s understand if urban art is now ready to conquer the home. The growing popularity of urban art. Street art has remained popular over the past decade, and many famous street artists such as Banksy, Eduardo Kobra and Alec Monopoly have become household names in the art community. Among them, the anonymous graffiti artist Banksy has created works that have been sold at auction for millions of dollars. Speaking out on everything from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to Black Lives Matter to Brexit, Banksy’s talent knows no bounds. His famous works include Napalm (2004), Love is in the Air (Flower Thrower) (2003) and Girl with Balloon (2002). Banksy’s Game Changer (2020), a tribute to health care workers and frontline heroes, has been praised by artists and art lovers alike. With the recent political conflicts and social unrest around the world, street art has gained more attention and will continue to do so again this year, and is ready to cross another frontier.   Hotels and interior design companies are taking it up Urban art is the biggest art trend of the early 21st century. Having been recognised by gallery owners and collectors, it is now clear to us that urban art is a new element of decoration. Famous interior design companies and hotels are redesigning interiors by adopting urban art, as the Pullman resort in Maldives with MadC 1 and Miaja Design Group.  This technique is known to modernise a space and give it a trendy look. It gives vibrancy and freedom to the space by bringing an urban touch to the decoration of any room. Urban art allows me to live surrounded by colour and art, which is very important to me,” says Natalia Miyar (designer), “because urban art and its colours can have a strong impact in your home. The trend will quickly be adopted by homeowners who can afford the latest and most fashionable pieces.
Stunning realist mural by Mate at DRIP'IN's House of Paint
[From Left to Right] Outside reception view, Winter Lounge – ©Yellow Cap concept in close collaboration with DRIP’IN
The benefits of urban art in your home Bright and vibrant colours, asymmetrical and geometrically shaped furniture, or lots of funky patterns are the main artistic elements of urban art. In fact, creating interiors with an urban vibe always requires a good dose of creativity and artistic indulgence, whether it’s a piece of art, a piece of art, bright colours or a bold pattern. Urban art offers people endless possibilities to make their interiors interesting, more youthful, more appealing and, most importantly, unique to their taste. And don’t forget that a piece of urban art or graffiti in your home will be the perfect icebreaker for any gathering. Breaking codes Urban art has become popular and has made its way to our doors. No longer are there just a handful of well-known urban artists selling their work, but there is now a plethora of artists producing art of all kinds to be used to enhance people’s interiors. Brightly coloured artworks with a profound message. Conclusion Urban art has already crossed our doorstep and is poised to become the next big trend in interior design. The options are sure to appeal to all homeowners as they include all price points, themes and types of objects. Whether you commission a graffiti artist to paint your bedroom wall or a mural in your garden, whether you buy a canvas or an upcycled piece redesigned by an urban artist, you are sure to find something that will inspire you and make your home modern and trendy. Visit our shop to discover our urban art pieces that are sure to find their way into any of your rooms.

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Graffiti has always been a part of man, no matter where these traces of man for man originate.

Graffiti origins

Graffiti have been part of urban culture since ancient times. While some consider cave paintings or cave art as the first graffiti in history, it seems more appropriate to consider the many examples dating from Ancient Greece or the Roman Empire as historical evidence of graffiti.

Art and decoration

What place for art in decoration? What legitimacy can decoration have within artistic movements?

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Street art cities in the world

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The winners of the Urban Arts Jam April 2021

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Urban Arts and Solidarity Engagement with the UN – Jam April 2021

A great success for this first Jam under the banner of solidarity with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

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