Sunday, October 31, 2010

Naaila Best Banksy Graffiti Alphabet 2010

banksy graffiti

Banksy is a street graffiti artist living in England just outside of London. His graffiti art has brought him worldwide acclaim … in the last few years his work has been exhibited around the globe and he is now internationally recognised as the king of graffiti art!

Banksy Is The World’s Most Wanted Graffiti Artist Article on the street artist called "Banksy".

You can see graffiti in every country in the world. It often defaces walls, poles, trains and the fronts and sides of buildings. Graffiti is considered undesirable vandalism to its victims who spend time and money to paint over or wash it off their property. Indeed, graffiti painting is an ongoing problem in many subway stations and on public walkways, signs, cement walls, and other locations.

However, on the streets of the United Kingdom near London, an artist called Banksy continues to gain international recognition and fame for his graffiti. The fact is that Banksy’s "street art" has become immensely popular with both pedestrians and private art collectors alike. In the last several years, there have been a number of exhibitions and auctions of Banksy’s art work as his popularity has soared.

The growing popularity of his art is in evidence in the secondary market where a painting titled "Space Girl and Bird" sold for $575,000 in an auction event last year (2007). In fact, Banksy’s art can now be found in many private art collections worldwide. Banksy has also produced leaflets and books on art and has his own website. He self-published his first three books, "Existencilism," "Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall," and "Cut It Out."

His latest book called, "Wall and Piece," was published by Random House and has already sold more than two hundred and fifty thousand copies. Nevertheless, Banksy continues to keep his real identity secret to avoid arrest and prosecution. His anonymity is said to be born of a desire to be a "quality vandal" and to elude the police. He once said, "Imagine a city where graffiti wasn’t illegal, a city where everybody could draw wherever they liked, where the street was awash with a million colors and little phrases. . . . A city that felt like a party where everyone was invited, not just the estate agents and barons of big business." He has a unique view of the art world as well. He has said, "The art world is the biggest joke going. It’s a rest home for the over-privileged, the pretentious, and the weak."

Banksy’s graffiti began appearing on trains and walls around Bristol, England in 1993. By 2001, his street art could be seen all over the United Kingdom. His art has a distinctive style which makes it easy to recognize. It features attention to detail and uses layered stenciling and spray paint. Banksy uses familiar images and his pictures contain dark humor and are often controversial. His art is often focused around anti-war, anti-establishment, and anti-capitalism themes. Sometimes Banksy’s works have a pro-freedom message.

Banksy uses rats as images in many of his pictures. His most famous street paintings are a series of black-and-white stenciled rats. Many of these rats are created to be larger than life. The rats have become immensely popular with London pedestrians. A "gangster rat," painted on a wall near the Smithfield market, wears a peace-sign medallion and carries a sign that says "Welcome to Hell." Another rat holds a sign that reads, "Please love me."

Other Banksy art features the image of two policemen kissing painted on a public wall. In another picture a military helicopter is adorned with a pink bow. Winston Churchill has a Mohawk haircut in another. He has even produced revisionist oil paintings such as Mona Lisa with a yellow smiley face, and a pastoral landscape surrounded by crime-scene tape. Banksy, dressed in a disguise, installed them in the Louvre and the Tate.

Banksy often uses public walls as a background to display his art. Although recently he has been creating art on canvas as well. In addition, Banksy sometimes enters museums and galleries to add his own art to the museum collections. In the last several years, Banksy’s street art has been seen internationally. It has been found in the Middle East on Israel’s West Bank barrier, and in various countries worldwide including Spain, Palestine, Germany, and the United States. He painted the security fence at Bethlehem with a scene of a hole in the concrete barrier. The hole revealed a glittering beach on the other side.

Banksy is viewed by people in many different ways. To some he is an anti-hero who touches the public conscience. Others think of him as an anti-social rogue who vandalizes public property. Some people who have done business with him consider him to be both a genius and a madman. Many view him as unique and irreverent.

On his website Banksy states that he has bought a taller ladder to use in his work. So there can be no doubt that his graffiti ("street art") will continue. For their part, the authorities in the United Kingdom will continue to try to identify and subsequently arrest Banksy, the world’s most wanted graffiti artist.

James William Smith has worked in senior management positions for some of the largest financial services firms in the United States for the last twenty five years. He has also provided business consulting support for insurance organizations and start up businesses. Mr. Smith has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Boston College. He enjoys writing articles on political, national, and world events.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Naaila Graffiti Alphabet Skateboard 2010

gaffiti skateboard

So if graffiti is cool, and skateboarding is cool, a skateboard decorated with graffiti must be ultra cool! For many years, skateboarding, just like graffiti was seen by many people as being anti-social. When skateboarding is mentioned, the perception of many that springs to mind is that of pedestrians been harassed on the pavements by young tearaways, and likewise, mention graffiti art and most people think of properties vandalism with spray paint! People generally fail to see beyond these perceptions, they fail to see the talent that exists in many graffiti artists and skateboarders.

So with the many links between skateboarding and graffiti, it’s not surprising that skateboard graffiti has become so popular with boarders. Creating great graffiti designs for skateboard decks is a great use of an artists talents. Painting graffiti on your deck (grip) is also known as "grip graffiti", As a skateboarder, you’ve got three choices: paint your own deck (grip graffiti); pay an artist to paint it for you; or buy a skateboard with a printed graffiti deck ready done.

Let’s go with the first option, creating your own graffiti design and painting your own skateboard deck. The best skateboard deck manufacturers are: ATM, Black Label, Gringo, Dog town, Z Products. Once you’ve chosen a blank deck, you need to draw and paint your design on it. If you need to know more about how to draw graffiti letters and characters, take a look round our site for lots of instructional resources.

If you’re not a graffiti artist yourself and you don’t want to learn, you could find yourself a graffiti artist via Google to do it for you.

Finally, if you just want to buy a graffiti skateboard, take a look at these boards below, they’re pretty cool!

"Bomb-It!" Screening in Tel Aviv w/ Director Jon Reiss

"Bomb-It!" Screening in Tel Aviv (by ! INSPIRE Collective !)
Director Jon Reiss will be in the middle east in a few weeks and he's asked INSPIRE Collective if we could set up a screening of his movie "Bomb-It!" We're thrilled to be able to help him out with it:
By now, a large part of the international graffiti/public art world has seen his film, “Bomb-It!” An incredible introduction into the global dedication of public vandals and artists alike, “Bomb-It!” presses the viewer to open their minds to the art-forms & lives of graffiti/street artists as they do their thing. The film seems to go straight to the heartbeat of this international subculture & as the public art movement progresses around the world, Jon Reiss travels to many different areas, and next month he’ll be in Tel Aviv! We’re honored to host a screening of the original film, “Bomb-It!” live with Jon...see above image for screening details also visit for more about the film &Jon Reiss’. Bomb it!!!

Friday, October 29, 2010

Seak - most famous german graffiti artist

Seak - most famous german graffiti artist

Best Naaila Graffiti Alphabet Letters K

graffiti alphabet, K
graffiti alphabet, K
graffiti alphabet, K
graffiti alphabet, K
Collection of graffiti art by displaying one letter alphabet, used the example here is the letter K is so attractive to the design and decoration of all kinds, please your tooling with the letter K to inspire you to be a reliable work of graffiti art.

Multiplicity Graffiti Alphabet 2010

graffiti 3D, bubble letter alphabet, modern designs
graffiti 3D, bubble letter alphabet, modern designs
graffiti 3D, bubble letter alphabet, modern designs
graffiti 3D, bubble letter alphabet, modern designs

Right now there are all kinds of graffiti art alphabet so much, they named the proficiency level in these works according to the manufacturer desires, it is progress in the year 2010 is indeed a work of art is growing so rapidly, the diversity of art work will add weight to the quality of the art.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Cool Colors In The Graffiti Alphabet 2010

graffiti art, graffiti alphabet, decorative
graffiti art, graffiti alphabet, decorative
graffiti art, graffiti alphabet, decorative
graffiti art, graffiti alphabet, decorative
graffiti art, graffiti alphabet, decorative
All kinds of colors that is so attractive about graffiti art alphabet on top of this, the colors are made very very sharp and interesting, so it is very feasible if graffiti alphabet was included in the high-level artwork.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

SUE & BELIN in Tel Aviv

BELIN in Tel Aviv, originally uploaded by ! INSPIRE Collective !.

SUE in Tel Aviv (by ! INSPIRE Collective !)

Alphabet Graffiti In an Art Bubble 2010

3D, graffiti bubble letters
3D, graffiti bubble letters
3D, graffiti bubble letters
3D, graffiti bubble letters

With a model of a bubble alphabet graffiti art apparently has its own attraction, because it is very clearly visible once the bubbly letters that look so funny.

Tel Aviv Street Art / Graffiti: Neromonga

The work of NeroMonga on the streets of Tel Aviv. See more Neromonga art here:
For more Tel Aviv graffiti/street art:

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Chinse Type Graffiti Letters

chinese type, letter, alphabet, graffiti
chinese type, letter, alphabet, graffiti
chinese type, letter, alphabet, graffiti
chinese type, letter, alphabet, graffiti
In the form of letters or use of china type the works of graffiti art is perfect and so powerful, can be made on a shirt, bridges, shoes, and so forth, perhaps using the letter type of Japanese, Indian, Arabic and others that have the feature letters typically will also produce a spectacular graffiti art.

Funk (Rio) Style > Malandragem Carioca

The Funk Carioca is a mix of Freestyle, Miami bass and Funk of James Brown and so.

it's lyrics is often about crime, sex and forbidden themes, but they have a...

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