Graffiti Art Styles by Lisa Gottlieb download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Spend a bit of time colouring it and the results are even more eye-catching. Although many consider the spray-painted pieces a nuisance, graffiti has been gaining recognition from the art world more and more as a legitimate form of art. The thicker letters provides the opportunity to enhance further the name.
One well known New York City street artist goes by the name of Swoon. Aiming and keeping a handstyle steady in this form of tagging is very difficult, usually coming out wavy and sloppy. Graffiti developed over several decades but this relatively short time span when compared to other art forms does not seem to affect the richness of their stylistic expressions. Their paintings and sculptures are today being sold through auction sales and fine art galleries around the world. Cof was inspired by the marvelous illustrations and stories in this periodical, which prompted him to create his own cartoon worlds on the walls of Buenos Aires.
Thickedy Grunge Thickedy Grunge is free only for personal use Another great font that looks exactly as its name suggests. Thinning, stretching and contorting of letters is extreme, which often renders these works to appear violent, aggressive and forceful.
The artist's intention is to produce a work of art, and that must be taken into account when considering street art's legitimacy. From initial struggles to perhaps the most prevalent art form, graffiti developed in different styles following the initial dominant forms of tagging and throw-ups. Stowers wrote that based on aesthetic criteria, graffiti has to be considered an art form.