Here are some Graffiti Art Prints In Production in the studio this week.
The print I have been making is my Happy now smiley print. This print will be available to buy soon on my website. This print will be available in A2 and A1. If you have any questions please get in contact with me.
Graffiti (singular and plural) and the uncommon single form "graffito" are both derived from the Italian word graffiato ("scratched"). In art history, the term "graffiti" refers to works of art created by scratching a design into a surface. "Sgraffito" is a phrase that refers to scratching through one layer of colour to reveal another underneath it. Potters typically utilised this method to glaze their products and then scratch a pattern into them. Graffiti was once etched on walls with a sharp tool, however chalk or coal were occasionally used. The term comes from the Greek v—graphein, which means "to write."