Nychos Designs Cheerfully Morbid Cartoon Graffiti Art

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Feb 11, 2013 • References: & illusion.scene360
Utilizing the bright colors and bold outlines of classic cartoon designs, artist Nychos gives his morbid cartoon graffiti art a playful twist.

His signature style of graffiti art involves happy cartoons that have been torn apart, exposing their inner skeletons and anatomy. This imagery serves to show the gruesome and creepy side of the cheerful characters and also gives them a more realistic portrayal, bringing them to life through the exploration of death. Anyone who is familiar with Nychos and his style of street art will be able to identify his works due to the way he effortlessly blurs the lines between mortality and vivacious life.

The skeletal cartoon graffiti art is reminiscent of old nostalgic comics blended with the modern desire for macabre design. Stats for Skeletal Comic Street Art Trending: Older & Average
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