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yegbailey:  Life and Death by Meggs San Franciscololshtus:Epic Street Artist In Brazilspraydaily:  New York 80’s smurf!———————#graffiti #SprayDaily #граффити #Grafiti #spraycanart #sprayart #Graffity #Instagraff #Graff #nycgraffiti #graffitinewyorkzeds:  Rone mural in Wynwood, Miami, 2013zeds:  Rone mural in Wynwood, Miami, 2013zeds:  Rone mural in Wynwood, Miami, 2013mk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artmk2501:  Movies related Street Artartmoi:  @0707art in London / photo by @globalstreetartslutmobvillain:Saber/Revok by Dan Rawe Photography on Flickr.sanpiano:  fafi…youdidwhatnow:  Gaia: Endangered Harlemelladastinkardiamou:  Athens..58th primary schoolLittle Red Riding Hood. Mural art by Fikoswww.fikos.grautopsiart:  James Cochran (@akajimmyc) : “Painted live in the Adelaide Parklands for a new project by @PeterDrewArts Peter Drew Arts, this is a portrait of Monga Khan who immigrated to Australia from Afghanistan in 1916 to work as a cameleer. Find out more about the project here http://www.pozible.com/project/203532”soupmagazine:  Street art in RomeArtist Alberonero Photo Alfredo Facchini https://www.instagram.com/streetart_in_rome/streetartnews:L7m - Hummingbird, Sao Paulowww.arteymuros.com#art #mural #graffiti #streetarturbanartlab:  Work by Smatesurbanartlab:  Friday by CLETmercedesbenz:  Street art.The Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé captured by Andres Tarido ‪#‎MBPhotoPass‬ via Mercedes-Benz USA.urbanartlab:  Some magic from Smatesstreetartnews:  Findac - Wynwood (Miami ) arteymuros.com‪#‎art‬ ‪#‎mural‬ ‪#‎graffiti‬ ‪#‎streetart‬zeds:  Miss Van mural in Detroit, USAzeds:  Miss Van mural in Detroit, USAzeds:  Miss Van mural in Detroit, USAzeds:  Miss Van mural in Detroit, USAzeds:  Miss Van mural in Detroit, USAjustanotherjrd:  Street Artstreetartnews:Mantrarea www.arteymuros.com/#art #mural #graffiti #streetartzeds:  More Hulazeds:  More Hulazeds:  More Hulafarfetch:  A change may be just around the cornerspidermoneyart:  SPIDER.MONEY ( PORTFOLIO I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE )An Artist from Thailand best known for her unique technique of contrast style of Black and White colors made by thousands dots, as she called her technique ‘Dot-Drawing’.spidermoneyart:  SPIDER.MONEY ( PORTFOLIO I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE )An Artist from Thailand best known for her unique technique of contrast style of Black and White colors made by thousands dots, as she called her technique ‘Dot-Drawing’.spidermoneyart:  SPIDER.MONEY ( PORTFOLIO I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE )An Artist from Thailand best known for her unique technique of contrast style of Black and White colors made by thousands dots, as she called her technique ‘Dot-Drawing’.spidermoneyart:  SPIDER.MONEY ( PORTFOLIO I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE )An Artist from Thailand best known for her unique technique of contrast style of Black and White colors made by thousands dots, as she called her technique ‘Dot-Drawing’.spidermoneyart:  SPIDER.MONEY ( PORTFOLIO I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE )An Artist from Thailand best known for her unique technique of contrast style of Black and White colors made by thousands dots, as she called her technique ‘Dot-Drawing’.picchu:  Icy&Sot. 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NYCskush-uk:AsendMore Asendsoupmagazine:  Kobrastreetartnews:  Julia Volchkova - Penang (Malaysia) www.arteymuros.com#art #mural #graffiti #streetartautopsiart:  NO Rules ON the Street! de Mr.THOMS (@misterthoms) - Mister Thoms 2016 Shot by Giordano Quaresima #norules #misterthoms #walls #street #arturbanartlab:  Li-Hill latest wall at Naguasoupmagazine:  KobraBy musiconwallsstreetartnews:  Martin Ron-Tallinn (Estonia) www.arteymuros.com#art #mural #graffiti #streetarturbanartlab:  Work or photography by Santiago Tobónspraydaily:  Mega burner by @k3rupt ———————#graffiti #SprayDaily #граффити #Grafiti #spraycanart #sprayart #Graffity #Instagraff #Graff #k3rupt #graffitiaustraliastreetartglobal:  By @pichiavo in Tenerfie / Photo by @D7606 (http://globalstreetart.com/pichiavo) https://www.instagram.com/p/BBYPuH4AEL4/artmoi:  roa in bankok / photo by roa, found via @halopiggfunk-stars:PANThttp://funk-stars.tumblr.com/https://www.facebook.com/Grafffunkspraydaily:WWW.SPRAYDAILY.COMkeyframedaily:  Space Cowboy by Concepción Studios.quinnmil:😂 #streetart #hilary #trump (at Chicago, Illinois)bizarrebeyondbelief:  Insane street art work by mural artist Van Saro (@vansaro). #vansaro #streetart #graffitiartmoi:  @crashone in new york / photograph by @djcatnaphappoart:  Graffiti (D*Face), East London, England.East London Rebels. http://ift.tt/20H0IR2needmore-snkr:NICE KICKSwww.need-more.demutespottah:  - 0082 - / Pinksoupmagazine:  London - Leake Street Tunnelbig:  via @bitformsrap-pal-barrio:  Detail Does 6 by Ironlak on Flickr.Detail Does 6soupmagazine:  Kobramoregraffzine:  MORE - GRAFFITI FANZINEBlog: moregraffzine.tumblr.comStore: moregraffzine.bigcartel.comrussian-bomber-style:DUSTO/BLUD CrewSaint Petersburgbrimtatscru:  Up in the Bronx ..With SHANE125 ….Hand painted subway canvas collection..weigeltw:  Happy 60th Birthday Mr. Lydon! @dotdotdot @nuartfestival #nuart #johnlydon #streetart #urbanart #urbanwalls #mural https://t.co/BjalgG2JKZzeds:Fin Dac and Christina Angelina mural in Denver, USA, 2013zeds:Fin Dac and Christina Angelina mural in Denver, USA, 2013zeds:Fin Dac and Christina Angelina mural in Denver, USA, 2013artmoi:  @_faith47 in jersey city / photograph by @impermanent_arttheveiledvisage:  Stephen Jamesstreetartglobal:  Awesome piece by @cloakwork #globalstreetart http://globalstreetart.com/cloakwork https://www.instagram.com/p/BBN-stmAEEb/originalgiantcontent:  “Attraction”, 18x24″, permanent marker and pencil on fine drawing paper, 2015. Available Feb 12 from FFDG.p4int-the-w0rld:  xnoblestrain:by jimh_7spraydaily:  WWW.SPRAYDAILY.COMtaketokeofthemarjiuanasmokeblog:  Fuck the police1337tattoos:  Shabara Projectbizarrebeyondbelief:  Graphic mural work by @theartofchase in Santa Monica. #theartofchase #streetart #illustration1337tattoos:   Matt Webblittlelimpstiff14u2:  Love it :)funk-stars:  Swethttp://funk-stars.tumblr.com/funk-stars:  Chashttp://funk-stars.tumblr.com/paintedtrains:  Regram @semorthemadone #belgiumgraffiti #paintedtrains #traingraffiti #graffititrain #benching #bombing #panel #trainbombing #trainart #railwritershappoart:  Graffiti (Pegasus), East London, England. http://ift.tt/1NFTQtUfresh-hood:Taki 183. #graffiti #oldschool #taki #writing #train #bombing #vandalism #theorigins #history #newyork #freshgraffedwardnightingale:  Kid Crap, Hamburg 2015streetartsociety:zeds:  Hula aka Sean Yoro mural in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand Street art blog here!!streetartsociety:zeds:  Hula aka Sean Yoro mural in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand Street art blog here!!streetartsociety:zeds:  Hula aka Sean Yoro mural in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand Street art blog here!!fruit2fruit:Bondhappoart:Graffiti (Juse One), South London, England. http://ift.tt/1OSe6wwambitiondeficitdisorder:Generations: Vito and Michaelhookedblog:Spotted in Hackney Wick by @vibes_ldn:—http://www.hookedblog.co.uk—#Hookedblog #graffiti #Streetart #Streetart_daily #wallporn #muraldaily #murals #graffitiart #typography #hackneywick https://www.instagram.com/p/BBAjWjAMGF6/funk-stars:Avert http://funk-stars.tumblr.com/Sourcedesolateputoface:🚖🚕🚖🚕🚖🔫🔫 +:)autofocusco:Family portrait 😎✌️🚆 #autofocusco #yardromance #swisscheesebizarrebeyondbelief:New work by @r_o_n_e for Re.Discover Bunbury 2016 festival. #rone #streetart #mural #rediscoverbunburybizarrebeyondbelief:Innovative new GIF mural by Croatian street artist Lonac. Details here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3ribizarrebeyondbelief:Innovative new GIF mural by Croatian street artist Lonac. Details here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3ribizarrebeyondbelief:Innovative new GIF mural by Croatian street artist Lonac. Details here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3rihookedblog:Elephants, cats and more in this mural by @cernesto:—http://www.hookedblog.co.uk—#Hookedblog #graffiti #Streetart #Streetart_daily #wallporn #muraldaily #murals #graffitiart #throwbackthursday #tbt #cats #elephants #NewYork https://www.instagram.com/p/BBFTdvUsGIL/grog-eu:@utah_ether X Grog Squeezer 05 FMP #grog #grogsqueezer #grogfmp #utahether #handstyle #graffitihandstyle #hongkonggraff-n-girls:  www.graff-n-girls.tumblr.comfunk-stars:SURE!http://funk-stars.tumblr.com/banksyarts:  Naked Man,Banksyp-aganismo:  k-a-m-p-f:k-n-o-x-v-i-l-l-e://instagramb&wimpermanent-art:Eduardo Kobra does Hamlet for the Canvas Outdoor Museum Show. 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Photo Alfredo Facchinip-aganismo:b&wtxmbx:  Bracs TomboWSDM •16•#doggie #loquillo #woodie1337tattoos:   Paul Vander-Johnson1337tattoos:   neotattoosgraffvandal:  Found In Down Town West Palm BeachBy: Greg Mikegraffvandal:  Found In Down Town West Palm BeachBy: Greg Mikegraff-n-girls:  www.graff-n-girls.tumblr.combig:via @alexmdcbig:via @alexmdckamamore: Street Art by the brilliant @pejac_art, using that iconic wave…hookedblog:  Detail from the new #Banksy in London :—http://www.hookedblog.co.uk—#Hookedblog #Streetart #Streetart_daily #wallporn #muraldaily #murals #banksy #banksyart #stencilart #Calais #londonstreetart #lesmiserables https://www.instagram.com/p/BA8eBq8sGCX/redditfront:  Han Snowlo - via http://ift.tt/1S4j1ypsomethingtoseeorhear:  Adidas Stan Smith Leopard Pony Hairhighsnobiety ignow-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016now-youre-cool:  Braving the Blizzard to Go to the Bar, Brooklyn, NY, January 23rd, 2016http://shop.graffitikings.co.uk/productshttp://shop.graffitikings.co.uk/productshttp://shop.graffitikings.co.uk/productshttp://shop.graffitikings.co.uk/productsstreetartglobal:Remarkable train by @artofbust - http://globalstreetart.com/bustart#globalstreetart https://www.instagram.com/p/BA4Cv59AEGM/spraydaily:WWW.SPRAYDAILY.COMstreetartglobal:‘Caution, Graffiti Area’ by @artofbust - http://globalstreetart.com/bustart#globalstreetart https://www.instagram.com/p/BA4RDGOgELs/spraydaily:WWW.SPRAYDAILY.COMbackpacksandfatcaps:BRIDGE THE GAP- VIBES by JOHN19701970 on Flickr.BRIDGE THE GAPabidingsurfer:Irony is the artistabidingsurfer:Kevin Ledo is the artistabidingsurfer:Vhils is the artistabidingsurfer:Sam Kingabidingsurfer:Pawski is the artistabidingsurfer:  XAVabidingsurfer:  XAVlustik:gggreatwhite:Good thing I have that BFA! Happy Halloween! #dog #costume #snake #grabyerbackhoe #dogsofinstagram #rattlesnake #dogcostume #halloween  Emily White.Etsy Shop.Artists on tumblrwatchback:Tunemadebyabvh:Original illustration by Daan Botlekmadebyabvh:Original illustration by Daan Botlekbig:via @watts.onghettofever:  NETANJAHU fuckin’ wit uzGet your limited copy now @http://ghettofever.bigcartel.comghettofever:  GHETTOFEVERghettofever:  GHETTOFEVERbrimtatscru:  brimtatscru:COOL GRAFFITI TATTOOShttps://www.etsy.com/shop/urbanNYCdesigns?ref=hdr_shop_menubrimtatscru:  brimtatscru:COOL GRAFFITI TATTOOShttps://www.etsy.com/shop/urbanNYCdesigns?ref=hdr_shop_menubrimtatscru:  brimtatscru:COOL GRAFFITI TATTOOShttps://www.etsy.com/shop/urbanNYCdesigns?ref=hdr_shop_menubizarrebeyondbelief:  Typography based mural by @BenEine in Santa Ana, California. More here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3qAbizarrebeyondbelief:  Typography based mural by @BenEine in Santa Ana, California. More here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3qAbizarrebeyondbelief:  Typography based mural by @BenEine in Santa Ana, California. More here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3qAbizarrebeyondbelief:  Typography based mural by @BenEine in Santa Ana, California. More here: http://wp.me/p2dpFM-3qAoceaniccunt:Lolbazookajodeci:  oldnewyork:  nycnostalgia:  Trains.OP tagged #1980sSent blockbuster under all that garbage. Few sash tags creepin too.taaantrum:The 13th Floorkayci-10:Let’s break the surface and make a little happy messmatthewgaley:Full scan of my #MFDOOM piece, for a clearer viewInk, color pencil, and paint pens on mix media paper#doom #hiphop #underground #music #videogames #art #artwork #drawing #illustration #illustrator #instaart #instaartist #ink #colorpencil #mixedmedia #rhymesayersmeow-retrogasm:What is your idea of perfect happiness?Bowie: Reading. (photo by Steve Schapiro, 1975)ghettofever:GHETTOFEVERspraydaily:WWW.SPRAYDAILY.COMredditfront:My university has to lock the toilet paper because broke college students steal it - via http://ift.tt/1U9hXGJimpermanent-art:Emilio Ramos in Wynwood.spraydaily:HELLO MY NAME IS: DAISMini interview and 20 more pictures over here:www.spraydaily.com/hmni-daisstreetartnews:Jade1- Lima (Peru)arteymuros.com#art #mural #graffiti #streetartspraydaily:HELLO MY NAME IS: DAISMini interview and 20 more pictures over here:www.spraydaily.com/hmni-daishandstyler:Steel Back styles by Jayer (@jayersteel) 🚧. #jayer #handstyle #graffititwixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/twixnmix:Keith Haring painting the National Gallery of Victoria mural in Australia, February 1984.  In 1984 during a three week visit to Australia, New York artist Keith Haring undertook a number of public art events. The artist’s willingness to create a deliberately ephemeral work at the NGV, on glass, accorded with “Haring’s desire to devaluate a presumed superiority of individualistic drawing on paper or canvas over other kinds of cultural artefacts, considering all surface as having equal worth.”Haring first set up the small ghetto-blaster he carried everywhere, which was decorated by artist Kenny Scharf. John Buckley recalled him at work:“With his beaut little Kenny Scharf radio that he brought over with him from New York, that was blasting away the whole time. He loved the scissor-lift. He was like a kid with a new toy, because he had never been on a scissor-lift before, andhe just had the best fun with that. [Before too long] he was a pro with it; he knew how to manoeuvre it in the finest possible way.”Haring had been brought to look at the window only a day or two before he began the mural. Without any template or grid-lines he painted porportionally without any hestiation or mistakes. Haring painting constantly at eye level, not needing to move the cherry picker back to judge how the whole might be coming together. As Haring himself observed at this time:“One of the things I have been most interested in is the role of chance in situations – letting things happen by themselves. My drawings are never pre-planned. I never sketch a plan for a drawing, even for huge wall murals.”  Haring was also happy to be interrupted at any point, frequently stopping his painting to talk to visiting schoolchildren, sign autographs and quickly sketch souvenir drawings for curious new fans of his work – returning to the mural after each of these intermissions without missing a beat.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/youtube:That’s one way to wash your bricks.fuckyouinthegarden:shainamccoy.com“Hey Dirtayy”Ig:wallflowermccoyfuckyouinthegarden:shainamccoy.com“eazy duz it”ig: wallflowermccoyourwalls:  NYCHOSourwalls:  JRourwalls:  TRISTAN EATONwalls-of-nyc:  #Repost @oohwanderlust・・・These cool kids. #nycdogs #dogsofnyc #dogsofinstagram #nycart #nycstreetart #lowereastsidenyc #walls_of_nyc #walls #wallart #urbanart #streetart #streetartnyc #streetarteverywhere #instagramnyc #instagood #tv_streetart #muralsdaily #dsb_graff #dopeshotbro #ihaveathingforwallsmalautomat:SNOW + SNOOPY = “ SNOOWPY “redditfront:  On my way to work today in Frankfurt, germany. They did it right next to the courthouse. - via http://ift.tt/1SspPp6bizarrebeyondbelief:  @moveslow thinking about the next step & will also be showing this Saturday at @le_sino in Montreal. #mozy #fineart #tattoo #flashtattoo #bbbbookmtl #bizarrebeyondbelief #lesinostreetartglobal:  By @themeataxe in Melbourne, 📷 Sam Neumann - http://globalstreetart.com/clap#globalstreetart https://www.instagram.com/p/BAoqg6UgEAr/leimailemaow:  This while outfit is in the sale on my webstore www.toromai.com ✌🏻️😬@trm.toromai #toromai #lemaow #menswear #coachjacket #utility #cargo #pant #streetwear #6panel #white #navyhypno13:TheGhettoblasters with @bobbyanalog173 #theghettoblasters #hypno #bobby #gbr #13ers #takos Thx @montanacans

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Graffiti Kings App OUT NOW on iOS & Android
Graffiti Kings App OUT NOW on iOS & Android

Everything Graffiti Kings is here – daily updates on Graffiti & Street Art news from around the world. Featuring the worlds best artists, discuss if you like, dislike or simply hide back in darkness & be blown away by the artwork on show. You can also…

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History of Banksy Graffiti Art (Infographic)
History of Banksy Graffiti Art (Infographic)

Here we have a quality infographic all about the legendary graffiti artist Banksy. The 1st part of the infographic provides illustrations and information about some of his most iconic works of art including Gorilla in a Pink Mask, Hope Girl, Pulp Fiction, Well Hung Lovers…

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David Bowie painted by Graffiti & Street artists
David Bowie painted by Graffiti & Street artists

Today the world lost a REAL icon & hero David Bowie. Here is some great Graffiti & Street Art pieces of the legend David Bowie. NEW David Bowie Lets Dance 2016 AMAZINGNEW David Bowie Lets Dance 2016 AMAZING Posted by Graffiti Kings on Monday, 11…

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UK Hip Hop / Grime & Graffiti Kings
UK Hip Hop / Grime & Graffiti Kings

Open mic session at the Graffiti Kings studios with Peoples Army in 2010 & the artwork we produced for Wretch32 video. time does fly Footage from the Peoples Army Show (filmed by the BBC) at the Graffiti Kings HQ. Hosted By Big Cakes And Logic…

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@JustinBieber showing some #love for #StreetART & @GraffitiKiNGS
@JustinBieber showing some #love for #StreetART & @GraffitiKiNGS

    Justin Bieber just dropped 19 Graffiti walls all over the world, each graffiti wall was the title of a track on his new album Purpose, he commissioned Graffiti Kings head honcho Darren Cullen to paint the artwork for track 2 & WOW how a K.A.F was…

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Star Wars Graffiti & Street Art From Around The World
Star Wars Graffiti & Street Art From Around The World

With the new Star Wars film hitting the big screen I thought it be a good idea to show how us Graffiti & Street Artists around the world show their love for Star Wars. Graffiti Artist Aroe – NUFF SAID https://instagram.com/aroe_msk Smug https://instagram.com/smugone/ Graffiti Artist SER – Graffiti King Graffiti…

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10 Of The Best British Graffiti Artists You Should Know about
10 Of The Best British Graffiti Artists You Should Know about

Over the last 10 years the public perception of Graffiti has changed from vandalism to art & personally I put this change down to 2 artists, British Graffiti/Street Artist Banksy and American Street Artist Shepard Fairey, yes there is a difference between a Graffiti Artist and a…

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The Rise of Street Art
The Rise of Street Art

Banksy is a global icon. His (or her?) approach has elevated street art to the realms of political commentary and brought contentious issues into public debate. Banksy’s ostentatious and frequently witty street art has earnt him worldwide recognition, but many people wonder how much his…

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The Prodigy & Graffiti Kings
The Prodigy & Graffiti Kings

3 months ago we launched our very own clothing brand GK – from the start it’s gone mental & our very own small printing factory is running 18 hours a day to keep up with orders. Now its about to get even more manic due…

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#DoAnything video for Microsoft Surface & Graffiti Kings
#DoAnything video for Microsoft Surface & Graffiti Kings

We just finished filming this video for Microsoft Surface, their #DoAnything campaign. Check it out its pretty kool Print PDF

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The Loft Bar Canterbury Graffiti Mural
The Loft Bar Canterbury Graffiti Mural

If you was in the Loft Bar Canterbury you would of seen our very colourful & wonderful Graffiti Mural – hope you liked it as much as we did painting it.   Get in touch with Darren Cullen to discuss your graffiti requirements. Tel: 0208 123 0904 Email –…

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INK NIGHTCLUB NOTTINGHAM GRAFFITI MURALS
INK NIGHTCLUB NOTTINGHAM GRAFFITI MURALS

So yes it was us, it was us that gave Ink nightclub in Nottingham its unique & truly great look using the power of Graffiti Art. Get in touch with Darren Cullen to discuss your graffiti requirements. Tel: 0208 123 0904 Email – info@graffitikings.co.uk  Street Art Services we offer:…

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Ministry Of Sound call the Graffiti Kings to pimp their new 1991 room
Ministry Of Sound call the Graffiti Kings to pimp their new 1991 room

So yep the world famous Ministry Of Sound nightclub gets in the Graffiti Kings to pimp out their new 1991 room… DONE     Get in touch with Darren Cullen to discuss your graffiti requirements. Tel: 0208 123 0904 Email – info@graffitikings.co.uk  Street Art Services we offer: Home & Office…

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NOW THIS IS JUST BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK
NOW THIS IS JUST BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK

How about a Graffiti Mural like this on your wall YES PLEASE Print PDF

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Universal Music & their new London offices.
Universal Music & their new London offices.

Universal Music searched UK wide for the best Graffiti team to pimp their new London offices & guess who they found Graffiti Kings artist “SER Darren Cullen the GREAT” & ArtJaz Print PDF

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Nightclub Graffiti – We Have Painted the Best
Nightclub Graffiti – We Have Painted the Best

Graffiti Murals in Nightclub Nightclub graffiti is becoming more popular due to its fresh & urban look. Long gone the days of the 80s black & pink look, the many colours that graffiti can now bring to the venue has now brighten up many a…

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The HRM Queen Elizabeth mural by Graffiti Kings
The HRM Queen Elizabeth mural by Graffiti Kings

A small tribute to our Queen – long live the queen aight   Print PDF

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Marvel Avengers mural – watch the video here :)
Marvel Avengers mural – watch the video here :)

Marvel Avengers graffiti mural featuring the Hulk, Spiderman, Wolferine & Captain America  Print PDF

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Red Bull London Offices Graffiti Mural
Red Bull London Offices Graffiti Mural

What they required: We were asked by Red Bull to provide them with an old skool graffiti hip hop wall at the Red Bull Studios for the launch of the new book: Hip-Hop: A Cultural Odyssey. A hip hop timeline theme with iconic images people…

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Worldwide band Pendulum ask us to paint their new album cover – watch the video here
Worldwide band Pendulum ask us to paint their new album cover – watch the video here

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