Monday, August 27, 2012

7 Best Graffiti Art Mural Face of Juseone

 7 Best Graffiti Art Mural Face of Juseone. Seventh choice faces cool graffiti on the wall according to new-graffiti. See the photos below:

Graffiti murals on the walls of a woman's face. Graffiti creator juseone

Is Graffiti Art?

You can travel almost anywhere in the world, and you will probably see graffiti. Although graffiti art is usually more common in big cities, the reality is that it can occur in almost any community, big or small.The problem with graffiti art is the question of whether it's really art, or just plain vandalism. This isn't always an easy question to answer, simply because there are so many different types of graffiti. Some is simply a monochrome collection of letters, known as a tag, with little artistic merit. Because it's quick to produce and small, it is one of the most widespread and prevalent forms of graffiti.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Cool Graffiti 2012 Version NewGraffiti

Cool Graffiti 2012 Version NewGraffiti. The new year was greeted with graffiti in 2012. See the pictures below regarding graffiti graffiti in 2012. There are some on the walls, trains, tagging letters, there is also the creator of graffiti.

Graffiti creator with a skateboard
2012 graffiti art star style.
Banksy graffiti in 2012.
Graffiti street art in 2012.
2012 Spit graffiti letters.
Graffiti tag 2012.
2012 train graffiti.

Banksy's Influences - Who Inspired Banksy?

Banksy is a pseudo-name for a well-known British graffiti artist. He is believed to be born around 1974 in Yate, South Gloucestershire. He was first involved in graffiti during the great Bristol aerosol boom on the late 1980s. The style of his artwork is mostly satirical piece on topics such as culture, ethnic, and politics. Technique wise, the way he combines both stencil and graffiti is very similar to a French artist Blek Le Rat. His art that appear in cities around the world was first born out of Bristol underground scene involving musicians and artists. His prints are popular with celebrity and singer Christina Aguilera and actor Brad Pitt.
When it started, Blek Le Rat took inspiration from New York's graffiti scenes. It is from this scene that he created his own style by continuously painting stenciled rats around the streets in Paris before going nationwide to Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse.
Banksy has also recognized Blek Le Rat influences in his artwork while also being a big fan of Blek's work. In one of his quote, Banksy said "Every time I think I've painted something slightly original, I find out that Blek Le Rat has done it as well, only twenty years earlier."
On the other hand, Prou admitted that he sees Banksy as a son of his movement in addition to crediting Blanksy for raising his profile while providing him with increased publication that resulted in increased commercial success. In his interview with Sunday Times, Prou said "I consider him like my descendant. He took some ideas. But he changed them. And he took the movement to a huge level all over the world."

How To Write Graffiti Fonts With The Cans

How To Write Graffiti Fonts

How To Write Graffiti Fonts With The Cans? Provide tools to make graffiti letters or graffiti alphabet fonts. Examples of such tools can be to create graffiti. Tool is not dangerous, so do not require masks or masks. Simply write on the wall or anywhere you want to write graffiti fonts. You can write graffiti fonts with your name. Use graffiti style you want. Examples bubble graffiti, graffiti alphabet, graffiti letters, and others.

Thursday, July 19, 2012


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How to Draw Cool Graffiti Art
Learning to draw great graffiti art requires lots of skill and practice. There are several genres of graffiti art, but usually, graffiti art will mostly:

-- be painted in vivid colors, to create emotive images and grab attention

-- include graffiti style lettering with letters that overlap and are drawn in 3D

In particular the use of the bold style lettering is really distinctive to graffiti art. The images themselves will usually be hard hitting, and be painted in stark colors utilizing strong shadows and outlines to add depth and definition. Images usually depict social or political issues close to the artist's heart.

Before you start a piece of graffiti art, you should draw a small scale version of the large piece you want to create first, then when you begin your actual piece, its a simple task of just scaling up your graffiti sketch.

If you need ideas for a graffiti font to use, there are plenty of sites online that have examples for you to copy. For the outlines, use a fine marker pen. In order to produce a 3D effect, shade around the letters you've outlined with a different color. Then use permanent markers to color in your letters.

Once you are ready to paint your sketch on to your larger canvas or wall, you need to draw a reference grid over your small drawing. Sketch a full size replica of the grid on to your wall or canvas that you are using for your scaled up graffiti piece. Use either chalk, charcoal or diluted paint to draw the large grid. To make marking the grid out easier, the simplest thing to do is to use a piece of string.


This writing is a whimsical indulgence for me. I have much work ahead, most of it school, the rest a typical weekly retinue of postings/responses to my personal Social Media campaign. But in this moment, it is the very early part of the day's beginning, I have a full belly, and the medications I took before eating are working their magic, making me feel (almost) human (for the sake of clarity, I should note that these drugs are far from recreational, and only just therapeutic; unless one finds it desirable to feel as though they are experiencing a 3 second time-delay of everything happening around them, they are to be avoided unless prescribed - I suffer from psychosis, bi-polar syndrome, and must choose between being bug-nuts or zombified - typically, it is the latter). I therefore give flight to my creative muse, and ponder the above question - why do we love Social Media?


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The Land and People of Free Palestine
Many of the Palestinians of the Middle East consider the region of Palestine to be "occupied" and renamed as Israel. To them it is the land of Free Palestine. They are the indigenous people of this ancient land. Human remains have been found there dating back to 6,000 B.C.! In Jericho, the earliest communities date back many thousands of years in the place once known as the land of Canaan. Free Palestine lies on the western side of Asia. The country is bordered by Lebanon and Syria. On the west side of Palestine lays the Mediterranean Sea. Jordan lies to the East and the Gulf of Aqaba and the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula to the south. It is populated by a people who are mostly Muslims, yet are religiously diverse to include Christian, Jewish, and Druze neighbors. Most Palestinians are multi-lingual. They speak English, Hebrew and French. Arabic is the official language.
Today the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is what defines the situation for the people of Free Palestine. This issue is volatile. No other single issue has ever generated more United Nations resolutions than this one. Indeed, this struggle between the Israelis and the Palestinians is one of the most explosive and long lasting conflicts in all of history. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire following World War One, Palestine came under western occupation as a result of a "Mandate" of British design. This mandate imposed political and geographical controls over a region that had not seen such things for more than 2.000 years. The resulting political upheaval gave rise to the Palestine Liberation Organization or the PLO. The PLO has been internationally recognized by most governments since 1974. Israel, the United States and some of its allies do not recognize the PLO as a legitimate representative of the Palestinian people. These discrepancies are the source of much political unrest in the region of Free Palestine.


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Methods to Crack Down on Graffiti

Graffiti is a big problem in towns and cities across the UK and there have been many attempts to prevent the recurring problem. The main issue is the divide in public opinion as to whether graffiti is an art or a crime. Many public authorities see it as a crime as it is defacing public property whereas some local residents enjoy the street art. Here are a few ideas towns and cities have come up with to try and conquer graffiti artists.
East Cambridgeshire District Council recently released new portable 'graffiti removal kits' to be the forefront of their campaign to rid the district of graffiti. The Council are hoping the kits will enable graffiti to be removed before it's even seen by the public.
Councillor Tony Parramint said: "The portable kits are simple to use and highly effective so we are very pleased to offer them to Parish Councils in our district and provide them with training."
Removing graffiti quickly contributes to a reduced fear of crime in an area, as it reduces the likelihood of a place looking rundown. We all want East Cambridgeshire to look as good as possible and these kits will help to make a real difference."
The new kits cost £1500 and were paid for by a grant from the Accelerated Neighbourhood Partnership Fund. They will be available to every parish and town council within the district. Schemes like this have been trialled in the UK before in places such as London, Bristol and Brighton. They have been a proven success. East Cambridgeshire Council hope that they can cut the use of community service workers whom they employ once a week to remove graffiti.
The kits contain non hazardous chemicals that are fruit based to quickly remove graffiti. It is hoped that the quick removal of graffiti will deter repeat offenders to continue their graffiti splurges. Other councils across the UK have reacted in a different way by applying anti graffiti coatings and anti graffiti paint to public areas which is also a proven success. These councils have employed commercial cleaning services to cover particularly bad areas that also suffer from littering. London has regularly used street cleaning services in an attempt for cleaner streets.


Monday, June 18, 2012

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  • sin94
    03-30 04:35 PM
    Question do we have to stop working upon receipt of the denial and wait until receipt of MTR? What are work options when a situation like this occurs

    I have used ac21 and moved to a new employer and although my former employer have indicated that they will not revoke the approved I-140 (485 pending since Oct 07) if they do and USCIS does the same situation as described above for me & wife would I be out of status from that period?

    Me being the primary applicant and wife the derivative are not using our H1's (I have 9 months remaining of my 6 year period and wife 3 years) I accepted a full time invoking Ac21 with the new company and joined using EAD. My wife has accepted a contract position using her EAD

    I read somewhere that if you get a NOID and its the 485 gets rejected (even upon providing supporting documents) are we allowed to work during any of that period? what happens if we respond with MTR? how long will it normally take to respond?

    Violet Blue Graffiti Rap (HIP HOP) Wallpaper

    Violet Blue Graffiti Rap (HIP HOP) Wallpaper

    Rap Graffiti Wallpaper interesting with a mix of purple and blue colors easily. Purple color as a design that gives effect to the main design, the shape of the bubble effect as the colors used. The letter RAP was still HIP HOP character. A work of graffiti art that combines the freedom and HIP HOP music styles.

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

    Street Art vs Graffiti

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    Evaluations, debates and comparisons between “Street Art” and “Graffiti” have been waiting for a long time to be explored. In this article I’m going to try and examine the main difference between Street Art and Graffiti, both as art forms and as communities of artists and viewers. Now, when talking about ‘Street Art’ I’m referring to a new movement of outsider art that has risen in prominence over the last decade. It’s more of a heterogeneous movement than Graffiti (which has come to be defined fairly narrowly), and includes a few mediums and styles - stencil Graffiti, sticker art, wheatpasting / street poster art, and street installations (often together). The term ‘Street Art’ is typically used to differentiate this new movement from Graffiti, vandalism, and corporate art.

    From the position of Graffiti artists, there has been a lot of apprehension towards Street Art. In one sense it is disappointing to have this perception of dichotomy between ’Street Art’ and ‘Graffiti.’ However the differences between these styles and the tribal politics of Graffiti have rendered some level of competition inevitable. It is very important to recognizse that these differences are major, and that behind them is a vast difference in ideas, aesthetic approaches, culture and history. As far as this blog is concerned, the mystique and techniques behind Graffiti cannot be competed with by any other contemporary art form.
    Street Art vs Graffiti

    Yet there actually is a high amount of cross over between the two forms. I’ve seen wheatpastes and stencils from Graffiti crews, and tags from Street Artists. In fact it was Graffiti writers in the 90s (and maybe earlier) who pioneered the use of hand written stickers as a form of tagging – a form now taken on by Street Artists. Many Street Artists are writers who have turned their efforts from Graffiti to Street Art. This cross over in medium is natural for anyone who’s going to be placing any kind of art up in as public domain as the streets: visibility, durability, striking colors, mind-grabbing images and direct text. Ultimately Graffiti is just one particular art form and culture, and it was never expected to appeal to everyone anyway: the streets and trains are big enough to hold more paint. Whether through Graffiti or Street Art, it’s awesome that so many people are able to find a way to express themselves through illegal public art.

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    Sunday, February 5, 2012

    More Valentine Graffiti 2012

    More Valentine Graffiti

    More Valentine Graffiti

    More Valentine Graffiti 

    THE BALLAD OF ST VALENTINE: graffiti and apartments

    I took these photos yesterday while at they have nothing to do with Valentines Day at all! I will try to take a "valentines" photo or two....whatever that may be?!.....but it seems like a younger person's thing...full of meaningless whimsy and extravagance.....a retail anchor day....LOVE.....maybe I'll hit the sex-toy store on my way home tonight....or I'll just drive around with a king can taking fotos....just remember kids: it's not a real holiday....