Street art.. most beautiful decoration on the common alleys, concrete buildings, river bridges, railway stations, trains.. And it can be found allover the world. Street art comes in vary shapes and forms, from sculptures to“yarn bombing”,  and contains everything from graffiti fonts family to windows display and far more.

Here follows part 1 of the most popular graffiti around the globe:

1. Cryptic

Cryptic is an artist based in Los   Angeles and he’s known for his calligraphic approach to street art. Most of this work carry origin from the ancient sacred writings and eastern philosophy with a hint of geometric patterns that consists in the Muslim art and architecture. It is rendered with perfect street art twist, making bland of ancient and modern. His main aim is to help humanity to open towards greater understanding and awareness.  

This work in New York’s lower east side translates to ‘Love thy neighbor’

2. Kobra

This is portrait of David and it’s work of the  artist Eduardo Kobra, who is Brazilian street artist, to be exact from the south parts of São Paulo. The design of this piece is made directly onto marble in Carrara, Italy, where Michelangelo and many other artist used this type of marble for their own sculptures.  Kobra has been a graffiti artist since he was a teenager but the twist in his  career is in 2016 when mural for the Rio Olympics  gave him a record fro world’s biggest mural.

That record today still stand unbroken.

This colorful David is painted directly onto the marble in an Italian quarry

  3.  D*Face

Dean Stockton (also known as D*Face) is an artist from London, UK. He creates works that are inspired by things that he loved as a child, like skate graphics, album art and cartoons. Definitely, some of his work is indebted to pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Such example is one of his pieces called “Behind closed doors” (on the pic.). This work represent an epic piece of street art made on the side of the “Plaza Hotel” in Las Vegas.  The design itself very cleverly uses the shape of the building giving the mural adequate sense of depth.

This epic street art by D*Face’s covers the side of a Las Vegas hotel

  4.  Reskate Studio  

The amazing“Herman Project”, designed by Reskate Studio, that uses glow-in-the-dark paint to crate street art with unbelievable hidden depths. Each piece in these series shows one graffiti during daylight and another during night. Their intention is to light up dark corners of cities, encouraging the citizens and people of the world to interact with the wall, the painting that illuminates at dark. This piece is called “Chili Queen” and it’s located in San Antonio in Texas.

This is the “ChiliQueen” located in San Antonio in Texas

   5.  Dulk

Antonio Segura Donat, more known as Dulk, during his childhood was copying illustration of exotic animals from His folks encyclopedias and he never split up wit his sketchbook, he would take everywhere with him. As the years passed he studied in detailed the illustration design and graphic design. Today he works as multidisciplinary artist tackling drawing, painting, sculpturing and advertising, but his large-scale street art is always featured by surreal creatures in imaginary landscapes,that really are standing out.

Dulk’s street art is populated by surreal creatures

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