Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Making Murals: Graffiti Design on the Homefront

If I were to draw all over the long white western wall of my living room, I would take inspiration from the great graffiti artists from Bristol to Bondi. With a thin black marker, drawing in one continuous line, I would illustrate the details of the tropical garden just outside my window. Then on top of the vegetation, I would paint giant green cicadas smoking cigars dancing with purple care bears wearing slogan T-shirts emblazoned with the words 'Hot diggity zappo, baby, can you dig it?'

1. Meow: graffiti apartment in Copenhagen; via homedit.com
2. Artist Tilt has created Panic Room inside the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France; via auvieuxpanier.com
3. Shannon Crees with the artwork she painted for interior designer Melissa Collison. Photo by Marco Del Grande; via shannoncrees.com
4. Contemporary credenza with urban graffiti by Californian designer Ilan Dei; via ilandeistudio.com or ilandeivenice.com
5. Jon Burgerman’s Artwork Neatorama; via jonburgerman.com

Decoration for kids rooms and indoor playgrounds; via mysiadziurka.pl


Black and white pipe bathroom mural; via adcyoungguns.org


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