'Shriimp: Graffiti on Girls' Forgoes Walls for Women as Canvases

By: Meghan Young - Jul 15, 2010
References: shriiimp & trendsnow.net
For the love of graffiti, some artists such as New York collective Shriimp: Graffiti on Girls have found a less controversial canvas for their work. Or perhaps it's more controversial, you be the judge. All I know is that by using scantily-clad women as a canvas, the website's portfolio is doubly eye-catching.

Although it's not clear whether or not the Shriimp: Graffiti on Girls website represents the collective's portfolio or an open portal for other artists to showcase their work, the featured collection is not only impressive, but also incredibly extensive.