GRAFFITI GENERAL Characters

By GRAFFITI GENERAL

Clown and rasta, Unknown, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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To embellish their works, graffiti artists sometimes add characters – indeed, some artists specialise in this discipline. The building is home to an extremely wide spectrum of characters, especially on the exterior doorways along the gangways or on certain interior walls, ranging from comic book heroes to realistic portraits, with some highly primitive styles thrown in along the way. 

Clown with yellow teet, Unknown, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Realistic characters, Unknown, 2010, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Character writting, Unknown, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Pepé the Pew, Inconnue, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Characters in a primitive style, Unknown, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Zorro, Inconnue, 2012, From the collection of: GRAFFITI GENERAL
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Conservation des oeuvres des Magasins Generaux de Pantin—







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