Street art has matured over the last decades, constituting a local artists group whit high quality
which shows a confluence of different forms of popular culture: punk, comic, counter-advertising, and above all, the graffiti.
This artistic expression arises from the need to reclaim public space as a place of popular production and social identity. Under the premise of bringing art to the streets, the passer, bankruptcy with institutional and moves toward a playful side, rebellious and, above all, public.
Street art has crossed that stage of secrecy, from the “bombing” on the streets where the need to make visible the name (or tag) on the one hand led to progressive styling signatures, forming a closed code exclusively addressed to a specialized audience; to become an generator aesthetic, and a movement, bordering a visual expression that results in a distinctly urban and global art, but taking elements of each city where it develops. Representing this ephemeral present and immediate, street art offers a huge dynamism and visual impact.