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Today impromptu, free-handed graffiti art has found its way off overpasses and buildings and onto pillows, walls, tile and fingernails.
With unconventional color, and an abundance of urban attitude, “interior graffiti” pays homage to both modern urban life and our tireless obsession with youth-oriented culture.
As the stigma associated with street art, street food, street music, and street fashion rapidly fades, it’s been replaced with a new found respect for the artsy, edgy, imperfect, industrial aesthetic. Graffiti is no longer considered low-end or unsophisticated and in fact quite the opposite.
The extemporaneous format of graffiti reaches young and old alike. In the same way its street-art relative, “rap music” crossed over to main street, graffiti art celebrates spontaneous creativity, taking risks and expressing yourself in a colorful, un-edited way. Bad in the good way.