graffiti artist


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graffiti artist

nGraffitikünstler(in) m(f)
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Every year Graffiti artist can paint a wall on a factory building on a length of 400 meter.
Eastern philosophy, Western penmanship and modern street sensibility collide at the new exhibition of Taiwanese graffiti artist Creepy Mouse.
It would be the creepiest place you can imagine," said the group's tour guide, Pierre, a French graffiti artist living in Beirut who goes by the moniker "Meuh" for the sound a cow makes in French.
Ailyn Agonia DOHA FRENCH painter and graffiti artist Cyril Kongo is all praise for the vibrant art scene of Qatar and expressed his intent to be a part of the city and the people through his works.
In 2002, in an apparent effort to manage the graffiti murals, the owner even put a prominent graffiti artist in charge as the de facto curator.
by Salim Al AfifiOmani graffiti artist Abdulmalik Al Maskri
Graffiti artist Justin Rollings, 34, said spray painters attempt to get their "tags" in tricky spots to get maximum recognition.
The graffiti artist's signature (left) is on the east side of the Berlin Wall section.
He was the first graffiti artist to create a conceptual collection on canvas and revolutionised portraiture in popular culture globally with his The Good Die Young collection in 2002.
On the High Level Bridge's support, one particularly cheery graffiti artist has left a message "find what you love then let it kill you".
However, for Medo El-Rayan, a graffiti artist from Alexandria, the main objective behind participating in this initiative was spreading the idea of graffiti in rural places and convincing people that graffiti is not just about some random colours on the wall.
Graffiti artist Alex Lucas said: "The product is brilliant at acting as a varnish to protect the work.