Christmas Graffiti. Month of December, precisely on December 25. Christian congregation will celebrate their special day is Christmas. Days where the Christmas tree, Santa and accessories are always there at the moment. And every year do not forget to celebrate graffiti as well, on every wall street is filled with ornaments and paintings with a beautiful Christmas theme. Christmas greetings in graffiti, maybe it's the right theme for this time. Try to see some pictures we got from the streets, how to make street artists and graffiti painting special for you during Christmas.
Some graffiti is simple. The point is to tag and run. These spray paint tags started in NYC and Philadelphia but now are found all over the world. Tags are not always about gang markings. It is a debate among many if graffiti is a form of street art or vandalism. From sweet or funny tags to more sinister Christmas works, urban walls and trains are common places for graffiti writers to leave their holiday message.
This wall was photographed and posted as Evil Santa. This particular wall can be found in Greece. With a project this large, the undertaking is much less of a tag and more of a celebrated work of art. Graffiti in all forms can be found spray painted in all corners of the planet. It is one more common bond that makes us all united, as is celebrating this holiday season.
Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin was once a large department store but now is run by artists. The exterior has huge, colorful graffiti-style murals.
The “legal wall” of Madison Event Center was recently made festive and bright by graffiti artists DEXTER, PAGE, CRE, BLAME, APHEN, GNES, SREK, AREA, SERP, and DOSE. Dexter wants her to eat his candy. Dose created a vicious snowman. Besides legal graffiti like Nightmare Before Christmas, Page adds detail to Santa’s machine gun. Srek also sends his Merry Christmas.
This limousine was tagged after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The Christmas graffiti occurred after Wal-Mart was looted. Even in the midst of disaster and bad times, street artists who some consider vandals still tried to offer peace and season’s greetings.
Trains are an extremely common place to find graffiti. Street artists tag trains and send their graffiti on its way to chug through an endless path of cities and towns. Trains are a popular target all over the globe. Many graffiti loving people post their artistic finds such as candy-cane train, the blue famous freight train painted end-to-end with Christmas graffiti, and the Merry Christmas tag on the bottom train.
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