A video made by word famous graffiti artist Banksy!
Epic and impressive battle with a happy end.
There are many abandoned buildings in San Francisco. Here are the photos of some of them which were taken by photographer Joseph Schell. Judging from all the graffiti, apparently all these places continue to have visitors from time to time although they have long been vacated. I'd love to visit some of them.
These amazing photos are by Alexandre Orion from Brazil. This is where graffiti meets photography. The mix of the two arts makes a person have to look twice to determine which art form it really is. This is the first time I have ever seen this type of art and it is really incredible.
It seems that Ukraine has its own Banksy graffiti artist (Banksy is the pen name of a British street painter who is well-known for his artistic pranks in different countries). Ukrainian Banksy is also fond of satirical street art. His identity remains unknown except for his nickname “Sharik”. This is how he signs his works. Sharik’s street art is amazing. His graffiti drawings are clever and often hilarious. They are all worth seeing.
These original light compositions are just beautiful and unique.
The Australian designer Tigtab creates them using techniques invented by her. She was influenced by new graffiti current. Normally, designers of this current try to decorate the urban environment. The artworks of Tigtab are quite different from traditional graffiti, even though she was influenced by it. To create her light panels she uses stencils, foils of different colors as well as camera flashes. Let’s look at these beautiful creation of hers.
These graffiti portraits are simply stunning.
Cities all over Europe have a wild collection of animal street graffiti all over streets, buildings and practically anywhere a street artist can get to with his paint brush or spray can. Although they were obviously done by different artists, they all have one thing in common; They are all huge and they all look real.