What is it about graffiti that separate it from all other art forms? First, it's done outside. The element of danger adds to the piece, making us appreciate the elusive artist's work even more. Next, it's usually done in a specific place – carefully selected, so that the context becomes just as relevant as the piece. Finally, when you add in an illusion, it takes on a three dimensional view. We experience the art on a deeper level.
Carnation Revolution, Portugal