Jetsonorama Creates Realistic Portrait Graffiti in Urban and Rural Spaces

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Jan 24, 2010   Updated: Apr 3 2011 • References: speakingloudandsayingnothing.blogspot & blog.vandalog
Artist Jetsonorama does amazing things with the otherwise overlooked medium of graffiti. His pieces aren’t just letters spray painted on a wall, they’re realistic, photograph-quality artwork that demands attention. Jetsonorama’s photographic graffiti looks just as amazing in urban and rural settings.

Jetsonorama shows poodles, cowboys, school children, and bicyclists. All of Jetsonorama’s graffiti blends beautifully into the surroundings.

Implications - Though the art of graffiti has received a bad reputation over the years, some artists recognize it as the most genuine form of self expression. Graffiti does not generate profit and is often done anonymously, with imagery ranging from the dark and dangerous to the sweet and familiar, like that of Jetsonorama. Stats for Photographic Graffiti Trending: Older & Mild
Research: 5,955 clicks in 329 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Photographic Graffiti
Related: 82 examples / 63 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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