Single Serve Street Art is Cult 33’s reaction to and commentary on the state of street art as it is today.
Street art emerged from the underground and became a mainstream phenomenon and has gone from meaning unsanctioned art in public places to a style of art that can begin and end on canvas.
What makes a street artist and what makes street art authentic? Is it years spent perfecting your craft on the streets? Is it adhering to a specific style or medium in order to create your work? Is it the tools you use to create your art? Is a street artist’s validity based on their presence on the streets or on social media? Is a street artist deserving of credit because of how hard and long they’ve worked in the streets or how famous they are, to begin with? Who has the right to validate a street artist? Other artists? The art appreciators?
Single Serve Street Art invites you to answer those questions. Creating a shoplike environment in which any aspiring vandal can come and purchase a street art kit, Cult 33 equips you with the tools to decide for yourself.
A comment on the commercialism of street art and the vague line that exists on what makes a street artist, Single Serve Street art offers an interactive shopping experience to be taken seriously or with a chip of paint.