With street art, random public spaces have become the canvas. What began as tagging and street graffiti has evolved into a new art-form — a way for those on the fringe to make a statement.
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[127, Psyri District, Athens] Another dimension of Europe's increasingly vibrant urban scene was "street art" — art that's public, out of the galleries, and spilling into the streets. With this, Europe's art world was reaching beyond the privileged and wealthy.
[128, street art in Glasgow, Athens, Plovdiv, Berlin] Street art included everyone in the broader community and gave voice to the voiceless. It generally comes with a social message as it offends, angers, inspires and amuses — often at the same time.
 Random public spaces have become the canvas. What began as tagging and street graffiti has evolved into a new art-form — a way for those on the fringe to make a statement. For example, the remains of the Berlin Wall have become the world's longest art gallery.
 Cities from Glasgow to Athens are turning streets into virtual galleries — preserving and even commissioning the art…art that's bringing life and color to otherwise dreary neighborhoods, and providing a creative outlet for the community.