Brick walls across the world have been adorned with beautiful video game graffiti.


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The famous Jackie Robinson statue outside of MCU Park on Coney Island has been vandalized. Spray painted swastikas and racial slurs cover the monument of the baseball Hall of Fame inductee.

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What is ‘reverse graffiti’? According to Wikipedia reverse graffiti is a method of creating temporary or semi permanent images on walls or other surfaces by removing dirt from a surface. AKA art from dirt! Check these awesome examples.

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After several neighbors filed complaints about Chris Brown’s graffiti back in May, the city of L.A. finally sent him a bill to take it down. But, he uses the first amendment to defend his artwork!

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Time for some classic baby bathroom humor. Bring on the inappropriate jokes!

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Brush up on your Latin gossip and trash talking with 20 real examples of ancient graffiti.

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The worldwide web got trolled again.

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San Francisco’s Clarion Alley is home to a constantly revolving set of street art that has to be seen to be believed. So much variety, so much style, so much color – all packed in a narrow, block-long alley.

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Rock Fresh is an electrifying documentary on the world of the graffiti artists. The first of its kind; the film presents a raw and gritty snapshot of artists who literally have their backs against the wall. Watch the full documentary.

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Banksy is the pseudonym of a British graffiti artist, political activist and painter, whose true identity is unknown. He has made a big splash in the art world in recent years – see the best of his street art.

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Banksy is the pseudonym of a British graffiti artist, political activist and painter, whose true identity is unknown. He has made a big splash in the art world in recent years – see the best of his street art.

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For the street artist called Swampdonkey, or Swampy, the world is a studio. His various creatures and tags appear all over: street signs in his hometown Oakland, roll-up doors in Brooklyn, building sides in Atlanta, and even train cars in Ciudad Juarez in Mexico. Here is some of his work.

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It takes a lot for bathroom graffiti to make me laugh. This one did the job.

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A little vandalism never hurt anybody, and a lot of vandalism is pretty awesome. So check out our gallery of the 20 awesomest graffitis.

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Good God I love a good bathroom in a dive bar. Graffiti everywhere. The stupid random ideas and tags and stickers that every random person felt like scrawling on the wall. An unadulterated, raw stream straight from the sick and twisted minds of the drunks…

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