Tom Bob's Graffiti Makes Use of NYC's Many Different Features

 - Aug 11, 2017
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Tom Bob is the name of a talented graffiti artist whose work can be found around the streets of New York City, where he often takes advantage of the infrastructure that's already in place by highlighting the details of it which are usually overlooked.

A few examples of some of his most recent works include a tribute to Ringo Starr of the Beatles, a series of long-limbed crabs that are made using a series of pipes, and a crocodile that's made to look like it's crawling out of the sewer due to Tom Bob's use of three-dimensional techniques.

Although all graffiti artists use urban landscapes to their advantage in some degree, Tom Bob's use of small details to generate playful creations out of different types of infrastructure shows that even the most seemingly ordinary structures can be made into something great.