For decades graffiti has been a long and profound artform with its strong/rich history. The subculture surrounding graffiti has existed for quite some time and, just like when the art form first appeared, it’s still going strong. Graffiti artists (or “writers” as they prefer to call themselves) are passionate, skilled, community-oriented, and socially conscious in ways that profoundly contradict the way they’ve been portrayed as common criminals and vandals.
Check out our list of the best graffiti artists of all time.
With a graffiti career spanning three decades and several continents, EGS has had a major influence on the European graffiti scene and inspired many younger writers.
Katsu has adapted his graffiti for the digital age, reproducing his iconic skull tag in a variety of different ways.