Literary Graffiti Around The World
Street art comes in many forms. These are the best examples of author and book themed graffiti, from around the world.
Kafka Street Art – Kafka-esque
Hunter S. Thompson Quote – His most famous quote, from a 1974 Rolling Stone Magazine article.
The Great Gatsby – A tribute to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”, with a rendering of one of its most famous symbols.
Sylvia Plath Street Art – Photograph from Oregon.
Ayn Rand Street Art – A reference to Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged”.
Poe – Poe street art in Baltimore, his hometown.
Shakespeare and Salinger – What Shakespeare might have said and what Holden Caulfield did.
Sartre and Beckett – In Paris and London.
Rousseau – The opening lines of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s “The Social Contract”.
Alice in Wonderland – Alice re-interpreted.
Alice In Wonderland
The Mad Hatter – More Alice in Wonderland street art.
Isaac Asimov – A tribute to the science fiction great, in graffiti form.
Toni Morrison Urban Art – In Spain.
Ginsberg and Vonnegut – Street art with lines from Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” and Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five.
Virginia Woolf Art – On a London wall.
Nobody – From the Emily Dickinson poem of the same name.
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