Graffiti In Everyday

Graffiti to me is an artist way of conveying positive and negative messages to the community.

This is an old school bus that we typically are use to seeing. The graffiti on the bus seems to be like building blocks, and it goes together because school is a building block to life.
This photo is an emotional piece of graffiti to someone, they're remembering someone who must of played a big role in their life. They have it on the side of the building that the person must of owned
I chose this photo because it looks so real and natural in some parts. Its a painting of a subway train with graffiti on it. There seems to be someone doing the graffiti in the picture as well.
This was interesting to me because it reminds me of todays society. The look of the man in this art looks like many african american males today. Its unusual because this male is being eaten by a fish
This piece of graffiti was just cool to me. They took the coke symbol and through graffiti in the mix and it just really has a relationship to the coke symbol.
This is another piece of art where an artist has shown there work on items that we might see in everydays life. The white trucks seem to be work trucks with art on them now, that stands out.
I chose this because it is quite ironic to me. The artist of this say "graffiti is gay" but at the same time this person uses graffiti to convey their message.
This was a neat piece of art where the artist has painted what looks like a bees nest with leaves and a snail on the side of this parking garage wall.
This was one of my favorites because it shows so much, but its the separation of two people in a whole. Such as being married means one, well in this picture its the splitting of that one.
Anoter cool piece of art, its as he took graffiti to a whole different level. Putting the painting in his room and making it unique to blend in with the turns in the room. It also has a floating look.
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