Artwork by Geoff McFetridge
REFERENCES & INSPIRATION
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- Rose, A. (Director) & Leonard, J. (Director). (2008). Beautiful losers [Documentary]. United States: Oscilloscope Entertainment.
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DIY / Street art
- Bengtsen, P. (2013). Beyond the public art machine: A critical examination of street art as public art. Konsthistorisk tidskrift/ Journal of Art History, 82(2), 63-80.
- Gude, O. (2008, Fall). Aesthetics Making Meaning. Studies in Art Education, 50(1), 98-103.
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- Nguyen, Q. (2012). Art as socio-political voice: Feminist and graffiti art.
- Riggle, N. A. (2010). Street art: The transfiguration of the commonplaces. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 68(3), 243-257.