graffiti

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Synonyms for graffiti

a rude decoration inscribed on rocks or walls

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The group will have to pull it together to get their community project done--the opportunity to create a reputable piece of graffiti art.
gt;The stolen graffiti art tribute to boxer Muhammad Ali
It became popular during the graffiti art boom of the early 1980s, and has been used by artists to communicate with the public outside the perceived confines of the formal art world.
KUWAIT, Nov 5 (KUNA) -- Graffiti art is no longer restricted on the walls but has gone a little further ahead to include empty oil barrels to carry an artistic message of peace.
Andy says: "I paint graffiti art, commissions and run art workshops across North Wales.
Summer party with graffiti art, skateboarding and more.
The graffiti art, created at a series of workshops, is currently being displayed at Wallasey Youth Hub.
EXCLUSIVE by JILLY BEATTIE GRAFFITI art depicting a crying boy has appeared on the wall of the notorious former Kincora boys' home.
For these visitors, Surtex worked with Crewest Studio, which represents a group of artists, to create the Crewest Studio Gallery Showcase, which spotlighted graffiti art produced by the studio's artists.
It's a 'must have' not just for photography and arts collections strong in graffiti art productions, but for any social issues holding.
Periods covered include Pop art, Minimalism, Conceptualism, Arte Povera, environmental art, performance art and graffiti art.
With 13 artists and under the direction of Mohammed Khaled, the exhibition explores themes of intimacy and relationships through graffiti art and ties to Love Matters' mission to address sexual health in Egypt.
Graffiti art is a singularly performed art that leads the public to question their perception of the cliched truth transmitted through official media.
Supporters of public art in New York City, ownership collaborated with Art Battles to bring graffiti art into the recently renovated retail ground floor to showcase the space and ceiling heights.
He refused to pay an on-the-spot fine and sign a police statement agreeing to refrain from public graffiti art.