Pixel Pour concept by Kello Goeller is investigated in order to determine the significance of pixelated art forms in the street arts or the applied arts. There is minimal use of colours palette typically two or three colours, there is a lot of subject for interpretation. There is simplistic lining used to explain the visual elements in the art. This art form is considered to be the newer version of abstraction. Current time pixel art is an interpretation of the modern day concepts of abstractionism. There are a number of gaps in this design. This is for the viewer to fill in the gaps and create a relatable content with the viewer or the audience.
Through street art and graffiti a number of new perspectives in art forms were developed. This is an act of challenges the societies with art tools. It is questioning the authority and a form of rebelliousness. Street art is considered to be acts of vandalism. It is to challenge the society where the artists try to express their antagonistic views towards the society. This particular street art is to improve the aesthetic quality of the street. There has also been a change of definition of the street art. Artist has managed to remove the negatives associated with street art through this representation. At the same time challenged society in a very unique way. The point of this research is not to preach the act but in essence take into account some interesting factors of street art.
These street arts make mundane roads and bridges interesting. Using this concept of street art number of new artistic representation has taken place in the modern era. Essence of art is to question people and challenge societal conformities. Pixel pour is also in many ways a challenge to the traditional representation of art forms (Reale, Liu, Yin & Canavan, 2013). It challenges the notions connected with street art. Has managed to remove some negative publicity of street art and has also added the functionalities of abstractionism in its form. It is because of this analysis it is considered in this research. This pixel pour had managed to combine many elements in its minimalistic portrayal.