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I was evaluating a submission for a sign of a business that was created using an artistic graffiti.
I skipped that one as I am not sure if it can qualify as a graffiti
we would need a picture to rate this
I want a general rule. If it is done in an artistic way, would it qualify?
If in an artistic way id say it may be passable as a business mural. If its a permanent thing i wouldnt call it graffiti though.
My take on this would be much like other art: if it's unique, then it should qualify on artistic merit. However, if it's "mass-produced" - as in, used all over the corporation, buildings, vehicles, etc. - then I would treat this more as a "print" and no longer unique.
As for categorization, I don't think this can be generalized; this would likely depend on each sign - is it carved? painted? sculpted form? Referring to this one as "graffiti", perhaps it would be a mural?
Its top subjective for a general rule. I would say: "if the art is permanent and not focussed on the company, its eligeble. If the focus is on the company, you need to look whether it is advertisement or art. Ad = generic, art = eligeble"
Don't forget that the sign itself may be an eligible candidate if the business itself meets criteria.