This year's graffiti trends demonstrate the extent to which pop culture and art have come together like never before. From television to film and literature, this year's graffiti reflects pop culture's most iconic and irresistible characters and personalities -- both present and past.
Artists have transformed popular television characters such as Walter White from the the hit series Breaking Bad to massive wall murals in dense urban centers. Other characters to be splashed, painted and strewn across walls are classic Disney favorites. These characters, however, are represented in slightly darker and more twisted ways than their on-screen versions.
When discussing this year's most popular graffiti trends, one has to mention the interactive elements now incorporated into today's street art. Many artists now create drawings and illustrations that require an audience to be complete. Some artists are also creating pieces that change based on the angle from which they are being viewed.
For more insight -- and inspiration -- check out our Graffiti Trend Report where you will discover everything you need to know about contemporary street art and artists.
Stats for Top 100 Graffiti Trends in 2013
Trending: Older & Popular
Research: 145,486 clicks in 124 w
Interest: 4.1 minutes
Concept: Graffiti Trends
Related: 852 examples / 655 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 312 similar articles, including: violent princess street art, provocative superhero graffiti, and paint splattered furniture.
Top 100 Graffiti Trends in 2013
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By: Jaime Neely - Published: Jan 5, 2014