Hilariously Polite Graffiti

It’s nice to be nice. When protesting or tagging a wall, remember to be like as polite as Canadians! Continue reading »

This Graffiti Artist Makes Walls Appear Transparent Using Nothing But Spray Paint

Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes, better known by his nickname “Vile”, is a graffiti artist from Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal, whose art will seriously mess with your perception. Using nothing more than paint cans and his talent, the artist can make any wall appear transparent. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos Of Keith Haring’s Unconventional Canvases On Vehicles


1962 SCAF/Mortarini Mini Ferrari 330 P2 in 1984

Born 1958 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Keith Haring was an American artist whose pop art and graffiti-like work grew out of the New York City street culture of the 1980s. Continue reading »

Pregnant Woman Is Painting Graffiti All Over This Australian Town, Trying To Reach The Father


Frankston Community Noticeboard

The 21st century could easily be dubbed as the age of technology, don’t you agree? We are all attached to our phones 24/7, spending most of our free time scrolling through social media instead of going outside and living some of that sweet life we see Instagramers filling our feed with. Continue reading »

Graffiti Artist Jimmy Swift Turns Beach Stone Into A Great White Shark

If you’ve ever seen a picture of a shark, you know they’re terrifying – just look at all those teeth! But despite the scary appearance, people are gladly taking pictures in front of one on the shores of Palolem Beach, South Goa, India. Now, you might think they’re crazy but relax – the shark isn’t real. It’s actually a beach stone cleverly disguised as a great white shark by American graffiti artist Jimmy Swift back in 2015. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Has Left His Mark In The Most Unexpected Places Across The Country And Beyond Its Borders

Twenty-nine-year-old Stanislav Komissarov, aka Slava PTRK (an abbreviation of the word “Patriot”, his alias in computer games), is a street artist from the Urals. Nowadays he lives in Moscow and travels across Russia and Europe, leaving ‘mementos’ in different cities in the form of graffiti and installations that, by and large, deal with burning social issues. He has been doing street art for about 10 years, and has been very successful in the process: The artist has gone on to win many Russian and international prizes. Continue reading »

Facebook Users Are Choosing The Graffiti For The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

The turbine island of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant will get graffiti soon. Facebooks users are now choosing a design from 24 options, but the final decision will be made by the jury. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Pokras Lampas Takes Over Times Square New York

Pokras Lampas was born in Korolyov, Russia.

He is one of the most distinguished representatives of contemporary calligraphy in the world. He started creating graffiti in 2008 and shortly after was inspired by the ‘Calligraffiti’ movement. Later, Pokras Lampas was invited to become an official Calligraffiti ambassador whilst working on his self-developed ‘Calligrafuturism’ style and technique. He is particularly involved in street art projects, exhibitions and other related projects since 2013 and regularly works with major Russian and international brands. Recently, Pokras Lampas started to collaborate with high fashion brands and developed a menswear collection. Continue reading »

“Season’s Greetings”: New Banksy Artwork Discovered In The City Of Port Talbot, South Wales

Wales has been Banksyed – with the world famous street artist revealing that he is indeed behind a new piece of graffiti which appeared on the side of a garage overnight. Speculation that the anonymous artist was behind the mural in Port Talbot, South Wales, had been mounting, with residents convinced it was his. Continue reading »

Expressive Text Loops, Folds, And Ties Itself In Knots In 3D Murals By Pref

British graffiti artist Pref transforms words and sayings into visual interpretations of their meanings or messages—forming the word “undo” into a knot, or layering the phrase “all over the place” on top of itself to take up as much surface area as possible. With added shading and perspective the words appear as if they are 3D, like his piece “It Is,” which forms a a narrow grey cube when the letters are stacked. Continue reading »

Inspired By Graffiti, Superb Illustration Artworks Of Stu Mason

Stu Mason is an artist, designer and illustrator sharing some super stylish projects on Instagram. I don’t have much more information besides his/her Instagram profile. There isn’t any link to other web site so bear with me because the illustration work is totally worth the feature. I especially like the black and white style alongside with the always dark background. It has this noir look mixed with graffiti. Continue reading »

Fascinating Letterring Graffiti Art By Ernest

There are many reasons to paint or to keep painting. But often the best ones are the ones you feel when you slow down or stop for a while. French artists ERNEST can probably relate to this more than most. For years as a young man his graff life was as much of his life as life itself. Skipping classes to empty Montana BLACK or Montana GOLD cans is the norm when graffiti feeds you, just as the food you eat. But at some point life kicks in and the food you eat can change. Graphic Design can be that change in diet, so designing logo’s on a screen everyday can syphon the time and desire to create your own logo’s on urban surfaces. Continue reading »

“Cats Like Plain Crisps”: Brilliant Photos Of Great Graffiti In 1970s London

Roger Perry’s photographs of graffiti in 1970s London were compiled in the 1976 book The Writing On The Wall. Perry (1944 – 1991), a photographer whose work regularly featured in Time Out, The Sunday Times, Vogue and Nova, captured a side of literary London when the city was hit by recession, poor housing and urban decay. Continue reading »

This Is What Happens When You Peel Off 30 Years Of Graffiti

Paul De Graaf recently shared an amazing photo album that shows the layers of paint that have formed on a famous Dutch graffiti wall over the last 30 years. Continue reading »

Anonymous Hero Is ‘Protecting’ Graffiti Penises By Painting Condoms Over Them

An anonymous street artist is doing a noble service to the many graffiti penises of London – by spray-painting condoms on top of them. It’s pretty hilarious, but it also sends an important public health message which we’re sure even the original authors of the graffiti would be cool with.

Protect City Cocks, as the campaign is now known, started when an art director (whose name is undisclosed) noticed the shocking amount of unwanted penis drawings scattered across London’s walls. Continue reading »