Contest graffiti in Cergy during the 100Contest Festival
Girl running out of the debris
Cute Sponge Bob character graffiti
Graffiti art found in Hasselt (Belgium), artist Hertkore
Gory graffiti at an abandon place in Berlin
Russian graffiti artists da536, from Essentuky town of Russia.
Another graffiti from da536.
Bansky graffiti in Bethlehem
Miss Van's Graffiti
Trees on the background complements street art in the foreground.
Graffiti in brighter and colourful shades.
Mirror reflection of car.
Graffiti at Catherine Street near Place des Arts in Montreal.
Ador's graffiti on a car
Cartoon pigeon graffiti in a littered environment.
Banksy's graffiti in London.
New York City - Traffic light in the foreground is camouflaged with the building.
Grafffiti in yellow tones
Banksy - Hope
Banksy - Soldiers
Graffiti animals - Athens, Greece
Angel - Athens, Greece
Graffiti for a marketing campaign
Black and white graffiti in England
Graffiti of a Geisha in San Fransico
Street Art at Orlando
Graffiti art in Liverpool
Graffiti-Style Snazzy Art in Cincinnati
As you can see from some of the above images, the recognition of graffiti art or street art as art through social, political, and economic influence of the art world helps to increase the awareness and overall understanding of the art form. This recognition prevents the sweeping generalisation that all graffiti is vandalism and therefore something that always should be removed.
What's your thought of graffiti or street art? Have you seen any other cool graffiti or street art?
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