Yesterday’s colourful post put me in the mood to share some graffiti with you. Today I’ll be showing you some examples of paper graffiti
– where the art has been applied to paper, which in turn has been pasted onto walls, doors, etc. Enjoy!
The first two are by B-Toy for sure. Can anyone confirm if the 3rd one is also by this artist?
Two ladies in sepia tints – I like how newspaper excerpts have been used as a collage for the one below.
I wonder who this sharp dresser with the blood shot eyes is by? Does anyone know? Feel free to let me know by commenting below…
Three cute examples in black and white. I find the repetitiveness of the lucky cat quite interesting.
The intricacy of the bird (above) and heart-in-hands (below) and the similarity in their style make me think these were done by the same artist. What do you think? Do you know who it is by?
One with a clearly signed name: kenzostreetart (above) which I presume must be Kenzo Street Art. The illustration is very good, I think.
This is the first time I’ve seen Pez graffiti on paper. As always, the grinning fish makes me smile.
An alternative use for a cake doily – the result is very kitsch and rather naïve, but I think it’s quite cute.
The door below is so full of all kinds of graffiti (lots of it in paper form) that it’s hard to decide what to focus on. I leave you to study it and decide which part you like best… Fins demà!