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A1one: 1st generation Graffiti in Iran

Article in PingMag magazine about the Iranian graffiti scene including an interview with one sprayer. This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Kingdom Hearts DS: It’s a Wonderful World Japanese trailer

Kingdom Hearts+ DS+ graffiti+ Japan= Huh? This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Naughty Graffiti in Google Maps!

Yes, that’s what it is all right! This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Aircraft graffiti art

Although rarely seen by the travelling public, aircraft graffiti are very common and almost every commercial airliner is tagged in some way, most often in the cargo hold………Very Cool![19 Pic] This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Awesome pictures of graffiti art on trains.

This stuff must take some serious work. Beautiful, for what it is. This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Nice Graffiti Painted School

On Saturday December 2nd Gompers Middle School opened their campus to local and international graffiti artists. Over 32 artists showed up coming from areas of Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Arizona, and Canada. This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

Video: Spit Art

Video: Spit Art Artists tend to be eccentric. This guy draws with spit. Yes, spit. highlighted by Victoria Revay | Fri, 01/19/2007 – 2:04pm Original post by Victoria Revay

interactive-architecture

Interactive Architecture is an illustration of the concept that digital projections can interact with the surfaces upon which they are projected. G.R.L. is proud to introduce Agent Watson; specializing in British ninja tactics and particle systems.graffitiresearchlabfilm via nickellis @ youtube This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

REVIEW: Nina Gordon – Bleeding Heart Graffiti

Anyone remember Veruca Salt? Here’s the pop-half…”Her songs, which are stuffed with shimmering, radio-friendly melodies, come together to form a conceptual work that traces the trajectory of a relationship from its beginning to its end.” This piece of news is part of an original article posted on Google News

“Kilroy Was Here” Origin

Kilroy was here is an American popular culture expression, often seen in graffiti. Its origins are unknown, but recognition of it and the distinctive doodle of “Kilroy” peeking over a wall is almost ubiquitous among U.S. residents who lived during World War II. This piece of news is part of an original article posted on […]