Graffiti Art and Professional Communication: Where Art and Communication Conventions Converge and Diverge
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This thesis describes professionals in the areas of art and professional communication and their text and interview discussions of the professional presence of graffiti art influence in social media, marketing, and advertising. A review of these interviews coupled with field research creates a third space of professional communication where graffiti art becomes it's own genre of art and communication when used professionally. I will describe the contexts of art, professional communication, and graffiti art; their differences and discourse from professional interviewees on the subject, and the explanation of a new third space-or genre-of professional communication through graffiti art.
Miner, Rebekah, "Graffiti Art and Professional Communication: Where Art and Communication Conventions Converge and Diverge" (2016). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 581.
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