Lately, graffiti artists are taking to the streets with some serious skills that have inspired us to bring their work into our home. Check out today’s coolest graffiti and how to recreate the look (without spray painting your walls!):
Banksy is one of the more well known grafitti artists in England. In addition to his unique stenciling technique, Bansky is known for the wit, satire, dark humor, and social commentary that he brings to his art. Here, his work plays off of an opening scene from popular TV show The Simpsons.
This labyrinth of a piece could be a play on a computer chip, a blueprint, or even a subway system.
Tats Cru “The Mural Kings” is an art collective in NYC that was originally founded in the in 1980s by Wilfredo “Bio” Feliciano. The Cru is known for their graffiti art, and is a dynamic authority in street art both artistically and commercially. Here, their tags are seen on a wall in Coney Island:
Reminiscent of both pop art and cubism, this unknown graffiti artist’s piece brings life to an old brick wall.
Hua Tunan, a Chinese artist graffiti artist, pulls from the past to create unique and beautiful graffiti. Following Chinese tradition, Hua produces his art while listening to the beat of a drum and employs a splatter technique that is similar to abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock’s. Pictured here, Hua starts a graffiti painting by throwing art, followed by the finished product, complete with a fully-painted Volvo van.
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