There are a handful of cities you have to visit if you really love graffiti. London is one of those cities and Laughing Squid has the proof.
As geek culture becomes more and more prominent, you start seeing it in more and more places -including the world of graffiti. Here are 24 great works of Star Wars graffiti.
WebUrbanist has some amazing graffiti artists that don’t limit themselves to a small canvas, but instead take advantage of huge buildings.
Artists Janna and JS wanted to make their graffiti interact with the viewers in any given city, so they started painting each other holding cameras. While seeing these artworks in person is pretty cool, it also results in even more amazing photos, where the art looks like it is taking a picture of a passerby as someone else just happened to snap a picture of the action. Check out more of these great designs over at WebUrbanist.
I love Mario, which is why it’s so darn refreshing to get to see him wandering the streets in real life. These Super Mario street art pieces are simply too fun to ignore.
Here’s some cool street art that won’t leave you deflated. I’m sorry, it was just too easy to resist.
When a real estate agency painted over the great mural above, I doubt they expected someone to get revenge like this.
May the force be with your street with these 32 awesome Star Wars graffiti pieces.
While much great modern graffiti is based around political discourse, love has classically been an equally important inspiration to artists around the globe. These paintings on Environmental Graffiti prove that graffiti made from love is no less wonderful than graffiti made for politics.