Monday, 6 August 2012

News Graffiti Part 4

Taxonomy of Parisian Graffiti
So you want to learn to Graffiti? There are a number of different places you can start in the streets, at home in a sketchbook, online, in street art classes your options are literally endless.

From its origins in the urban streets of the 1970s to where it is now graffiti has developed from a form of expression for street kids to a globally recognized art movement. It's no wonder more and more people are looking to learn to graffiti.

You're probably reading this article because you want to become the next Banksy, Shepard Fairey or even possibly Taki 183? But to many people, Graffiti is about much more than finding fame and glory. Whether you want to learn to graffiti to attain fame or to solidify your name in the streets, the main principles of graffiti writing still apply.

Graffiti Writing
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