The title is not an exaggeration. This is literally (and quite easily) the greatest graffiti timelapse video ever produced.
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Banksy’s Better Out Than In exhibition came to an end today. Here are the final 5 pieces from the series.
Elusive street artist Banksy is utilizing the entire city of New York for his month long Better Out Than In exhibit. Banksy has been revealing a new piece of work every day this month via his website and Instagram. The traveling exhibition has been receiving a lot of attention lately from both supporters and opponents of Banksy’s work. If you haven’t been keeping up with the on-going exhibition, here are all the new pieces from this past week (Oct 14th – Oct 19th).
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any new work from the mysterious Banksy. The street artist recently took to his website to unveil his latest piece, “Better Out Than In”. The stencil is located in Los Angeles and utilizes the natural surroundings to depict a graffiti artist throwing up flowers. Hopefully this is just a preview of a larger project to come.
Street art is the new modern art.
Graffiti Artists, Sat One & Roids, recently spray-painted a Boeing 737 as a part of The Hanger One Project. This is the second installment in the project, and it’s called ICARUS_13. I think it turned out extremely dope.
Brazilian graffiti artist Luis Seven Martins — alias L7m — beautifies the streets of Sao Paulo with these extraordinary works of art. L7m began working with spray cans when he was just 13 and has truly become a master of his craft.
Remember when graffiti was socially unacceptable?
Amazing Street Art from around the world.
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This is some of the craziest looking graffiti that I’ve ever seen. It has your typical graffiti feel to it blended with some amazing 3D action. These were all done by Italian painter & writer, Manuel Di Rita.