URBAN WALLS AND STREET ART IN YOUR HOME

For the house, Urban Walls creates a variety of removable Wall Decals and Chalk Decals. Wall decals are less costly than wallpaper and are simple to apply and remove without causing damage to your walls. Renters would love it!!! Matte, Eggshell, Satin, or Semi-Gloss Paints work well for wall decals. Installing on a surface with heavily textured concrete/stucco or a drywall/primer finish is not recommended.

GRAFFITI WALL ART STICKERS

Do you want some cool graffiti wall art to decorate your home in a modern way?  If you are into the urban scene then these graffiti stickers are ideal for you! Choose from a range of cartoon style designs of graffiti style lettering and images. Or why not choose a design from the King of graffiti himself; Banksy. We have a great selection of Banksy stickers, so you can add some popular and cultural artwork to your walls.

WHAT IS A STREET ART STICKER?

Although the public’s perception of street art has shifted, most street artists still depend on speed. They should finish their work before allowing themselves to get into trouble for a variety of reasons, including to avoid conflicts with the law and conservative passersby. They often succeed, and sometimes they don’t, but the secret to every job in street art is striking a balance between the amount of time spent and the outcome.

Every strategy is useful for different things and has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Many who consider street art to be a type of painting in the conventional sense typically use spray paint and their walls as canvases. You can never underestimate the value of freehand spraying and painting, but the problem is that it normally takes much too long. Then there are stencils, which have had a significant effect and are extremely useful for a variety of purposes – they are relatively simple to use and can be made easily. Finally, sticker painting, also known as sticker bombing, is one of the most effective methods in street art, but it is nevertheless underappreciated when opposed to murals and stencils.

SPEEDY STREET ART, EGG SHELL STICKERS

Street art is ephemeral by nature, and unless you’re a world-famous street artist, your work will most likely be replaced or painted over at some point. Things seem to be much less permanent when it comes to pasting stickers. The stickers will eventually decompose or be removed, regardless of how you handle your paper or what kind of glue you use (which is, by the way, not that easy as it seems). But there are so many other advantages of using stickers! First and foremost, if you’re creating your own line of cutout stickers, you can create as many as you want. Repetition works, as Shepard Fairy said, and stickers are an excellent tool for demonstrating this theory. You can make thousands of them, and you can even print them using a standard printer and cut them out with a scalpel – it’s that easy.

STICKERS IN THE POST

If you don’t have a printer or don’t want to do it in a printing shop, you can purchase postal service or name tags, which is a very inexpensive choice that many artists enjoy using. Over time, this became a street art classic. The name tag’s empty space is used as a small canvas for a freehand painting, a tag, or even a stencil. The transportable postal stickers, which were invented for a completely different purpose but were cleverly adapted by street artists as a useful tool, are extremely difficult to remove and are thus favored by many artists. It’s a harmless ruse, just another tiny triumph over mundane tasks, and the best part is that it’s barely illegal.

STICKING THEM WHEREVER YOU WANT

If you don’t have a printer or don’t want to do it in a printing shop, you can purchase postal service or name tags, which is a very inexpensive choice that many artists enjoy using. Over time, this became a street art classic. The name tag’s empty space is used as a small canvas for a freehand painting, a tag, or even a stencil. The transportable postal stickers, which were invented for a completely different purpose but were cleverly adapted by street artists as a useful tool, are extremely difficult to remove and are thus favored by many artists. It’s a harmless ruse, just another tiny triumph over mundane tasks, and the best part is that it’s barely illegal.