The secrets to becoming a successful street artist

Street art that jumps out

Another massive Meggs piece, Lone Wolf, adorns a big featureless wall in Miami, Florida

In the past few decades we've seen street art turn from vandalism to business as big. Banksy's politically conscious stencils helped propel the anonymous artist into the same pop art circles as the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, while Shepard Fairey's street art became the defining image of Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

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