Street Art Analysis Worksheet

This worksheet was prepared in January 2011 by Max Darby



Step 1.


Make a simple list of everything you can see in this Street Artwork.



Step 2.


Analyze how you think this Street Artwork has been designed (that is, how it has been arranged and the planned use of such things as colours, lines, shapes, pattern, balance, repetition etc.).



Step 3.


Describe the skills and techniques you think might have been used when painting the Street Artwork?



Step 4.


Describe what materials, tools and equipment might have been used in making this Street Artwork.



Step 5.


What do you think were the intentions of the artist in making the Street Artwork (can you find any possible meanings or messages?).



Step 6.


What do you think is good or bad about this Street Artwork?




Step 7.


What do you like or dislike about this Street Artwork?


Street Artwork No. 1.

Foundry Lane, Abbotsford, Melbourne




What clues tell you that this work was legally made?



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4 Responses to “Street Art Analysis Worksheet”

  1. I think that everything wrote was actually very reasonable.Thanks. Brandon

  2. You actually make it appear really easy together with your presentation however I’m finding this matter to be actually one thing which I feel I might never understand.
    It kind of feels too complicated and very broad for me. I’m looking ahead in your next submit, I’ll try to
    get the grasp of it!

  3. SprayArtist says:

    it doen’t look legal at all. If it was legal, at least a bulb may have been set

  4. Arts Education Guru great wesbite

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