New Graffiti style mash up prints now available on the website.
I have been very busy in the studio in the last few weeks and I have made this fin spray can print called Wild Style. At the moment it is only available in A2, but other sizes will be available soon.
The title comes from a hip hop film called wild style. Charlie Ahearn directed and produced Wild Style, a hip hop film released in 1983. Fab Five Freddy, Lee Quiones, Lady Pink, The Rock Steady Crew, The Cold Crush Brothers, Queen Lisa Lee of Zulu Nation, Grandmaster Flash, and ZEPHYR all make cameos in the film, which is regarded as the first hip hop motion picture.
Graffiti art originated in 1970s New York, when young people began spray painting and other materials on buildings and the sides of subway trains to create pictures. Graffiti may take many forms, from colourful graphic pictures (wildstyle) to stylized monograms (tag).
Graffiti is rarely seen in galleries or museums, yet its style has been integrated into the work of artists. The French artist Jean Dubuffet, who integrated tags and graphic patterns into his paintings, and the New York artists Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, who may be considered street art pioneers, were early proponents of graffiti in art.
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