Commercial Street Art: Opportunities for tourism

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Commercial Street Art: Opportunities for tourism.

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Pompeya. UNESCO 1997 15000 BC 78 AD PETROGLYPH. Lascaux, France. UNESCO 1979.

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”Unauthorized writing or drawing on a surface in a public place”.

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Josef Kyselak 179 8 -1831. ('4b' eum.

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1939-1945 World War II. “KILROY WAS HERE”. Mexican Revolution. 1910-1917.

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La historia del graffiti moderno 60 39 s 70 39 s ttamayo com.

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Jean Michel Basquiat 21 El Blog de Apartamento para tres.

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Upfest street art festival 2016 Europes largest Foto editorial en stock Imagen en stock Shutterstock.

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“Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better-looking place.”.

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In case of the effect on pricing by intercalating art, we can give an example of one case that happened in 2008. The Whitehouse Pub in Liverpool was valued at £ 495,000. Banksy spray-painted a large ray on the wall of this pub. After Banksy became the world-famous street artist and put up his rat the price of this bar more than doubled and amounted to 1 million pounds..

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With many of its buildings covered in recognizably valued works of street art, Shoreditch in recent years has similarly experienced an overall rise in property values. housing prices in Shoreditch surpassed central locations in London after experiencing a 46 per cent increase..

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cool piece of street art spotted in the Financial District - Imgur.

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Government Programs Street Art. Minnesota Legacy Funding Art Institute of Chicago Urban Canvas Pilot Program Arts Council of England International Artists Fellowship Program European Central Bank (ECB).

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Broken Window Theory. James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling (1982).

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Flyers attached to bikes Order condition (no graffiti at the wall) Number of flyers on the floor Disorder condition (graffiti at the wall) Number of flyers on the floor.

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Tour oficial de Wall Wynwood Walls por parte de propietarios y operadores | Miami | 2021 - Viator.

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Relations society and space. Post-industrial abandoned place creative youth people create something unique The place become famous: Turns into a brand Prices for real estate rise immediately Creative intellectuals are “squeezed out”- Looking for a new unknow and cheap place The district became a tourist attraction place.

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”DOMESTIC TOURISM: THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME”. Chart, bar chart Description automatically generated.

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