graffiti

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  • noun

Synonyms for graffiti

a rude decoration inscribed on rocks or walls

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Non-conventional perception and (trans)formation of urban space: the study of Vilnius graffiti writers, Topos 1: 170-182.
Vilniuje uzfiksuotu graffiti darbu fotografiju duomenu baze.
Paciu gatves pieseju naujoji graffiti tradicija dazniausiai ivardijama gatves meno (angl.
3) Tiesa, ne kiekvienas graffiti piesejas is karto tampa miesto erdves profesionalu--tam reikalingi ilgi piesimo ir miesto kaligrafijos treniruociu, praktinio miesto erdves patyrimo metai, per kuriuos igyjama kompetencija kritiskai analizuoti urbanistine erdve.
4) Kadangi yra uzfiksuota neformaliame graffiti etikos kodekse: zr.
5) Daugiau apie specifine graffiti pieseju miesto erdves percepcija zr.
8) Jeff Farrell praleido penketa metu kaip aktyvus graffiti piesejas, o Robertas D.
Post-graffiti tradicija atitinkanciu ar politinio turinio graffiti darbu nebuvo uzfiksuota nei centrinese, nei periferinese Naujininku rajono dalyse.
Known for their line of urban wear and hip hop music, Omar and Mohamed specialize in Arabic graffiti, and in the early 2000s, they say they created "calligraffiti.
We started graffiti before the Arab Spring," said Omar, one-half of ASHEKMAN.
We are always studying Arabic calligraphy, so we can keep on evolving and creating new graffiti," Omar said.
ASHEKMAN's graffiti mainly express political or social messages.
The duo believes graffiti can be the best way for the youth to express themselves, since it is isolated from political parties and militias.
Spanish graffiti artist Andrea Michaelsson (aka Btoyglitch) uses mainly stencil art in her works -- which can be seen around the Mar Mikhael neighborhood.
Btoyglitch believes in censorship when it comes to graffiti, but she feels that everything regarding graffiti becomes public art.