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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by GeSuS_KRiST, Aug 29, 2008.
Here's some really good inspiration for all you bombers out there.
I'm not saying that my work is inspiring, but didn't know where to put this and taking a look at where I've come from has inspired me to push on at least. First S is 12th August 2014, and the last 3 weeks ago. The changes and/or tweaks to my letters have generally been gradual, with no full re-invention, so at times I have felt stuck in a rut or bored with what I bring to Graffiti. Now I cant wait to look back in 2021 and see where I'm at.
What? Dude clearly not.
Beautiful graffiti! But my inspiration come to me after using some ganja
This is my all time favorite peice from a battle(Sunie) on an old graff forum, mindgem. this isnt mine obv, holy shieet i had to share, this shits beatuiful. to this day. its still is something i look forward to become and evolve it my way. His/her fills are fucking dank
some black and white sketched i found on pinterest.com
I love this style of art
heres some inspiration like a motherfucker
its like he or she was tripping and just looked at the wall and drew what he or she saw idk how people do shid like this
Here's some not-quite graffiti or non-graff stuff but it keeps my motor running...
I have so much more in my collection of inspirational art I could easily fill my own thread so I am just giving you highlights.
South Bay, California
Thats what I call a "Wild Style". Masterful! Here is my contribution showcasing the work of Justin CORO Kaufman..
Ive always looked at Graff as much more than placing your name on a wall. And altho when I was much younger I did partake on the "vandal" side of things it never quite felt right... So, I focused on the "artistic" side of this art genre and in doing so I began to explore unconventional ideas and styles... To me graff has always been "hood art" but, just because it's hood doesnt mean it has to be rudimentary... With that being said.. Here is an artist that dances on the cusp and pushes traditional fundamentals into the abstract and obscure.
Graffiti raffia I couldn't c ur picture
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