Graffiti is a fantastic medium for expressing human emotions. Traditionally, graffiti has been regarded as a violation of public property, but the photo-realistic graffiti featured here can easily be recognized as artistic genius.
These spectacular, surreal images may just be still pictures, but each tells a story of the human condition.
Featured here is artwork by Spanish Street artist Belin, Ma’Claim and Tasso of Germany and Neve from Milan, Italy. Also seen is work from London-based Trans and finally, Berok of Barcelona, Spain.
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