Graffiti Posts


The artworks by Chicago based illustrator David Cuesta blur the line between alternative comics, graffiti and vector art. His illustrations transport you to an urban fantasy world full of mad professors, love snipers and street kings – a healthy dose of street attitude and humor added.

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Graffiti is an artistic form of urban expression and these street art vectors are the real deal, as they do not loose quality - even when magnified to infinity. Download this colorful graffiti vector pack by Panos Vassiliadis aka Pixelicious in Illustrator ai, eps, pdf or svg and create your own graffiti design. The vector art set contains hip-hop cartoons, freestyle characters and typography, splatters and many more useful design elements.

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Sicksystems was established in 2003 in Moscow, Russia by three graffiti artists; Aske, Kola and Kio. It hasn’t taken long for Sicksystems to extend their creative arms to graphic design, vector art, illustration, identity, typography and calligraphy. In 2009, Sicksystems became the personal project of its most active member, Aske. The Sicksystems style is an inspiring blend of contemporary cubism, geometric shapes and modern typography infused with wildstyle graffiti lettering.

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We’re very excited to present you a new free vector art pack by Defying Background. Download these free musical vector graphics for your next flyer, concert poster or website background.

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Niark1 is a Paris based graphic designer whose distorted imagination brings depth to his work. From his amazing vector art and illustration portfolio we can conclude that Niark1 is not only very talented, but he’s also very busy designing t-shirts, CD covers, flyers and working on editorial illustrations. Niark1 had his work featured in international magazines as Computer Arts, Belio, Semi-Permanent, Modart, Edtn, Joia, Rugged and De Fish.

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French street art heroes 123-Klan started as a graffiti crew in 1992. Today, Scien and Klor run 123-Klan as a creative studio in Montréal, Canada, specialized in vector art, character development, toy design and advertising. With prestigious brands and companies as Lamborghini, Coca Cola, Stussy, Sony, Nike, adidas and even Nasdaq on their client list, it becomes clear how graffiti style and vector illustrations have infiltrated the maintream martket.

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