Incredible Graffiti Artist ‘Live’ – Watch This

Advanced, Featured, Graffiti, Spraypaint | 16 Sep, 2012

Now I’m no graffiti expert but this video demonstrates some absolutely quality ‘graf’ work. The video is separated into a series of different graffiti designs and highlights parts of this finished design to allow the viewers to see what has been achieved.

It’s all done ‘live’ and the graffiti artist has no room for error, so he works with haste and professionalism with his style and technique. This is definitely at the more advanced end of graffiti and he appears to have been established for quite some time. His designs are varied but centralise around the core focus of lettering and his hand work and control with the nozzle allows him to maintain strait uniform linear graphics.

His color range and blending skills are second to none and should be admired by many. how do you feel about graffiti in public? Art form or vandalism? It would be nice to hear your views. Take a seat and enjoy some truly fascinating graffiti styles!

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    1. oh a, this is wonderful. you did a great job of taping and editing..like ‘being there’..and the gaga tracks w/the audio track. perfecto! especially love the yellow/orange at the beginning. heavenly! i was struck by the exactness of their strokes…like a fine brushstroke or pencil sketch. no hesitation and so right on…. i’m happy you did this one, thank you, a!! :Dze lizo 🙂

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    2. …das hat mir auch richtig spaß gemacht…hab die “artists” gefragt ob ich filmen darf…das war ok…einer wollte gar nicht zu sehen sein(LEXIE)…und das ist auch OK …die sind richtig gut… !!! ich mag das auch…lg a

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    3. aha muß ich nochmal nachsehen nach YF….es gibt nochn graffiti-film aufm kanal…und den “trashbuilding” würde ich noch empfehlen der ist ganz “am anfang” drinn ….also “ganz unten”…und auf ZEMTRASH gibt´s nochmal nen “trashbuilding”….check …yo a=USF

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    4. ohh man klar jetzt seh ich das erst richtigich hab irgendwie porit-ze gelesen ….pardon ….alles klar po-ritze….hätte ich die zensieren sollen…so mit schwarzen balken…wär schon auch lustig….geht aber auch so durch …durch die zensur…hehehe

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    5. BOMB ASS HATS. keep up the good work.I myself am triyng to do a hat project as well. But i am not sure what kind of medium i should go with. What do you suggest? Acrylic paint? what did you use to make these hats? thanks man. i am triyng to do a stencil on a hat

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    6. I have a love/hate relationship going on with gtfafiri.I hate the gtfafiri vandals. They’re a pack of little hoodlum/animals running around pissing on walls to mark their territory. I’m with Richard, MPN, Donna and K when it comes to taggers/vandals.But when it comes to Graffiti Art, I’m with Mario, Jobot, and Alonso.It’s usually done in neutral, marginal or blighted areas and has an attitude of reclaiming a neglected or abused urban site for art’s sake. If you think it’s easy or anybody can do it, go try it and see. Artistically it’s an expressive graphic style of abstraction (similar to cubism as Alonso points out) that has a temporary,’ urban installation/environmental art quality to it. In addition to its aesthetics, Its hard work! It’s like painting in plein-air, but instead of a little 8 x10 piece, try painting an 8’x10′ mural in an urban environment. It’s really an extreme-sport of painting! Then add the deadline pressure, the turf pressure, police pressure, junkyard dog pressure and you really have a young-man’s game goin’ on.While I like working very-large outdoors and getting physical, I also like to get paid for my work, which is why I haven’t indulged in this painting genre.So just yesterday I’m painting a Mascot for an elementary school in L.A., a 12′ x 12′ mural on an exterior wall, when these two young vatos come up and are admiring my work and asking questions How much do you charge? Can we hire you to paint something for us? sure, what do you want? We want something, really bad! do you want it for your room at home? No, we want it outside. Like on the street what? On your garage or the side of your house? No, not on our house. … well, you have to own the wall. I can’t paint on your neighbor’s wall, unless you get permission. No, not on our neighbors’ wall where then? (in unison) Down on the River!! OH! You want to hire me to paint something for you down on the River!? Why don’t you go paint it yourselves? We’re not good enough! Sorry, boyz, I can’t help you, but keep on practicing and one day you can do it!I’m not worried about them becoming Graffiti Artists. They’ll probably become Art Directors for come big studio and farm-out all the backdrops to some factory in Thailand! -RQ

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    7. jaylake, thanks for the pics. One day I’ll make to Melbourne for a look. In the right place, and with some aristtic skill, these look great. James, there are books, eg’Graffiti Women’ and ‘Graffiti World’, I’ve seen in my local library. There is some nice graffiti out there.Artistic graffiti can be good, tags etc are usually rubbish. Like all styles of art, Sturgeon’s Law seems to apply. Those with skill need to be encouraged and given a place to show off their artwork. Melbourne is an example of that being successful.

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