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Enhanced graffiti


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The next level?

Sink or swim?

Biz

8 comments:

The Almanac said...

swim...

looks ill....

but i dont think it will work as graffiti... its not permanent.....

Anonymous said...

Really nice idea...AND THE POLICE CANT GET PISSED AT THIS RIGHT!!

Booga said...

Sink.
I was bored after about 10 seconds. The music only added to the affect. On the other hand, Blu's graffiti animation is dope, and I like the "clean" or "reverse" graff movement.

SPECKS said...

i really wouldnt call it graffiti... which is why its being called enhanced graffiti. it just doesn't sit right, just as i disagree with 'light writing' being called the new, clean graffiti. sure both are using public space to create art, and by definition when the same public space is used to do graffiti its usually an illegal act of some permanency. this is not...

this is just fancy swirly lights... now if they beamed up some art maybe with more social context, something i'd be interested to look at for a while, instead of just pretty shapes... well, then call it enhanced graffiti. right now call it, sick light projection

its nice nonetheless, and if i were passing by i'd surely stop and watch.

DELS (Kieren Dickins) said...

Swim.

looks sick.

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Anonymous said...

Swim!

Booga said...

@ Specks. Maybe folks are calling the light ish clean graffiti there, but here it's something else entirely. There's one main dude who does it. He takes harsh industrial cleaning solutions to dirty surfaces via a stencil. There is permanance involved, because just like grafitti, it stays there until someone cleans it off, only it's noticable for lack of particles on the design, as opposed to paint adhering. I highly reccomend youtubing "reverse graffiti". ciao

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