Italian artist Manuel Di Rita (aka Peeta) has a unique style for the ways of graffiti. In fact, his style is so well executed, it goes way beyond the realms of traditional graffiti. The 3D graffiti appears to be hovering above the surface, rather than just be a 2-dimensional paint on a wall.
Fighter jets and aircrafts have something of a glamorous life, but once they are out of the air they sit rotting in some ‘graveyard’ probably reminiscing the days gone by. The Arizona desert houses one huge cemetery like this, but the planes there have some hope of salvation with the Boneyard Project.
Sometimes you need to go beyond the conventional and get hold of something so unconventional as this glow in the dark spray paint. A wee bit of talent and we see graffiti get a whole lot impressive with something like this. Costs $20.
Graffiti of War is a project started by Iraq war veteran Jason Parsons who found interest in graffiti by US soldiers in the mideast. When he returned to US and faced bouts of PTSD, Jason decided to create a book documenting the graffiti he had seen. Jason now uses the platform to support the troops [...]
Rather than covering walls with paints, some artists appear to be cleaning dirt off the walls, creating these amazing images they call reverse graffiti. Apparently, this was all made for a marketing campaign by Clorox. Via: knewdrew, Reddit
This creative and intelligently crafted design by London-based graphic designer Benoit Ollive. That truly is all you need to know about graffiti. Via: CMYBacon
We’ve known for quite a while that the innocent Disney Princesses aren’t really that innocent. While she was singing and doing all that fairy tale stuff, we’d say Snow White quietly move to corners for a quick snort. The cocaine snorting Snow White made an appearance at the Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour. Via: RGS
The work of graffiti artist Peeta looks less like graffiti and more like intricates sculptures built onto walls. All of these are hand-painted on indoor and outdoor walls by the artist. Via: Illusion
Put alone, Alexandre Orion‘s graffiti would look interesting, but it is only when it gets context that the work shows its true and impressive colors. Blending photography and street art, Orion gives life to his work. After painting the graffiti the artist stays waiting, camera at the ready, to capture the action at the right [...]
Austrailian street artist Shida has a very interesting way of telling stories. The artist will have his solo exhibition “Crystals of the Colossus” at the Until Never art gallery in Melbourne. Checkout the mix of graffiti and stop-motion story telling. Via: Until Never, PSFK
Originally built in the 13th century and remodeled in the 16th century, Kelburn Castle is one of the oldest castles in Scotland, and has been continuously inhabited by a family for a long time. One fine day, the Earl of Glasgow was told that the concrete facings were in bad condition and would have to [...]
Belgium-based street artist ROA goes around town, depicting the urban wildlife. The artist creates paintings of animals and birds on walls on buildings and other structures, depicting these animals and showing how they’ve adapted to city life. Via: GreenDiary
The 700Wall could be called the most “massive and detailed concept walls.” It’s nearly 640 square meters of area. And when it is just one person painting the wall, you can expect a lot of work going into the creation. MadC started planning and sketching in January this year, but it was only a few [...]
This mural/ graffiti is a proof that the grim reaper can be scary and badass even in Lego. Also, someone really needs to convert this into a LEGO piece. Image from DROP HPC-ANC on FlickrLaughingSquid
Designer Kim Young-suk’s concept is quite interesting, plausible, and probably quite helpful for a colorful graffiti. This refillable spray can has four chambers containing colors of the CMYK spectrum (cyan, magenta, yellow, and key black). Dials on the can may be rotated and tweaked to create a balance of these colors, which in turn means [...]